Call: "Information Processing and Management for Large & Complex Networks"

Future Internet
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Sunday, February 28, 2021

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***Call for Papers***

Journal: Future Internet
Special Issue: "Information Processing and Management for Large and Complex Networks"

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Submission deadline: February 28, 2021

Special Issue on Information Processing and Management for Large and Complex Networks

 Journal: Future Internet


Network-based models are pervasive in many fields of science and technology, as they naturally capture relationships between entities. The study of relationships emerged as a pivotal addition to standard social and behavioral research, going beyond the single attributes of the social units. Indeed, networks (or graphs) are widely used to model relational data in a variety of application domains, including social sciences, economy and finance, information and homeland security, management, biology, computer networks, marketing, and software design. With the increasing amount of relational data generated every day, processing, managing, and analyzing large-scale graphs have become prominent problems in data science, which pose several challenges ranging from the design of efficient graph algorithms to the development of scalable and effective systems.  

This special issue calls for papers that contribute to the multifaceted research on processing, managing, and analyzing large and complex networks. Interested authors are invited to contribute their original, unpublished work. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • management information systems
  • big network data management
  • large-scale graph processing algorithms and systems
  • parallel and distributed graph algorithms
  • strategic information systems
  • decision support systems
  • graph drawing and network visualization techniques
  • human-computer interaction for network analysis
  • graph benchmarks and generators

Guest Editors

Prof. Fabrizio Montecchiani

Prof. Walter Didimo

Prof. Andrea Fronzetti Colladon