Special Issue: Tactile Internet
Volume 107, Issue 2
Special Issue Papers
This article presents a holistic analysis and classification of the main design principles and enabling technologies for the deployment of low-latency wireless networks.
This article discusses the systems design of ultrareliable and low-latency communications in NR and LTE technologies from the physical and medium access control layer perspective.
This article highlights the importance of software-defined networking and network function virtualization for 5G networks and Tactile Internet applications and presents a holistic testbed as a key step toward creating an infrastructure for 5G systems and Tactile Internet applications.
This article presents novel techniques for Cloudlet-based cyber foraging to project how Tactile Internet interactions could benefit from IoT contextualization.
This article introduces novel physical layer solutions for spectrally efficient ultrareliable and low-latency communication techniques.
This article discusses the feasibility of various multiconnectivity approaches and proposes new solutions to achieve reliability requirements of ultrareliable and low-latency communication.
This article presents opportunities of Tactile Internet concepts that integrate interdisciplinary approaches from control theory, mechanical engineering, and communication protocol design.
This article discusses the concept of Tactile Robots connected with human operators via smart wearables as an essential multimodal embodiment of the coming Tactile Internet.