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TheWebConf 2022 (WWW 2022) Workshop


The 2nd International Workshop on Deep Learning for the Web of Things (DLWoT 2022)


In conjunction with


The Web Conference 2022 (formerly known as WWW conference)


April 25-29, 2022, Lyon, France (Online)

  


Scope


In recent years, the techniques of Internet of Things (IoT) and Web of Things (WoT) have been more and more popular to collect sensing data and build intelligent services and applications. Some organizations (e.g., oneM2M, AllSeen Alliance, Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF), IEEE, etc.) were instituted to establish the standards and specifications of IoT for building an IoT ecosystem. These standards and specifications discuss the issues of data models, unique identification of things, service descriptions and dependencies, discovery, trust management, and real-time control and cyber-physical systems. For instance, the AllSeen Alliance and OCF designed discovery and advertisement mechanisms to send multicast packets to find the adapted devices which include the target interface in wireless local area network based on IEEE 802.11 or personal area network based on IEEE 802.15 for building a self-organizing network. The devices can follow the data models and control methods in specifications to control other AllJoyn or OCF devices for IoT applications. However, the communications among the different techniques of IoT standards and specifications are the important challenges. Therefore, the interoperation of services across platforms based on different IoT standards and specifications needs to be investigated. For example, the Interworking Proxy Entity (IPE) was designed to establish the connection of oneM2M, AllJoyn, OCF, and Lightweight M2M in oneM2M's Release 2. The WoT defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) focuses on the web technologies for the combination and interoperation of the IoT with the web of data. Developers can use the techniques of WoT to collect the sensing data and control the devices via different IoT standards and specifications for the applications of agriculture, energy, enterprise, finance, healthcare, industry, public services, residency, retail, and transportation.


Furthermore, Deep learning techniques (e.g. neural network (NN), convolutional neural network (CNN), recurrent neural network (RNN), long short-term memory (LSTM), etc.) have been popularly applied into image recognition and time-series inference for IoT and WoT applications. Advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous cars, for instance, have been developed based on the machine learning and deep learning techniques, which perform the forward collision warning, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, traffic safety, infrastructure management and congestion, and so on. Autonomous cars can share their detected information (e.g. traffic signs, collision events, etc.) with other cars via vehicular communication systems (e.g. dedicated short range communications (DSRC), vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs), long term evolution (LTE), and the 5th generation mobile networks) for cooperation. However, how to enhance the performance and efficiency of these deep learning techniques is one of the big challenges for implementing these real-time applications. Several optimization techniques (e.g. stochastic gradient descent algorithm (SGD), adaptive moment estimation algorithm (Adam), Nesterov-accelerated Adaptive Moment Estimation (Nadam), etc.) have been proposed to support deep learning algorithms for faster solution searching, e.g., the gradient descent method is a popular optimization technique to quickly seek the optimized weight sets and filters of CNN for image recognition. The IoT and WoT applications based on these image recognition techniques (e.g. autonomous cars, augmented reality navigation systems, etc.) have gained considerable attention, and the hybrid approaches typical of mathematics for engineering and computer science (e.g. deep learning and optimization techniques) can be investigated and developed to support a variety of IoT and WoT applications.


This workshop will solicit papers on various disciplines, which include but are not limited to:


Topics

  • Deep learning for massive WoT

  • Deep learning for critical WoT

  • Deep learning for enhancing WoT security

  • Deep learning for enhancing WoT privacy

  • Preprocessing of WoT data for AI modeling

  • Deep learning for WoT applications (e.g., smart home, smart agriculture, interactive art, etc.)


Important Dates:

  • Paper Submission Deadline: February 03, 2022

  • Author Notification: March 03, 2022

  • Camera-ready Submission: March 10, 2022

  • Conference Dates: April 25-29, 2022


Organizing Committee


Steering Committee

  • Prof. Wenzhong Guo (Fuzhou University, China)

  • Prof. Chin-Chen Chang (IEEE Fellow; Feng-Chia University, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Eyhab Al-Masri (University of Washington Tacoma, United States of America)


General Chairs

  • Prof. Chi-Hua Chen (Fuzhou University, China)

  • Prof. Haishuai Wang (Fairfield University & Harvard University, USA)

  • Prof. Qichun Zhang (University of Bradford, UK)

  • Prof. K. Shankar (Alagappa University, India)


Session Chairs

  • Prof. Feng-Jang Hwang (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

  • Prof. Fuquan Zhang (Minjiang University, China)

  • Prof. Chia-Yu Lin (Yuan Ze University, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Cheng Shi (Xi'an University of Technology, China)


Technical Program Committee

  • Prof. Xiao-Guang Yue (European University Cyprus, Cyprus)

  • Dr. Ching-Chun Chang (National Institute of Informatics, Japan)

  • Prof. Chunjia Han (University of Greenwich, United Kingdom)

  • Dr. Doris Xin (Newcastle University, United Kingdom)

  • Dr. Lingjuan Lyu (Sony AI Inc., Japan)

  • Prof. Ting Bi (Maynooth University, Ireland)

  • Prof. Hsu-Yang Kung (National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Chin-Ling Chen (Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Hao-Chun Lu (Chang Gung University, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Yao-Huei Huang (Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Hao-Hsiang Ku (National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Yu-Chih Wei (National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Hsiao-Ting Tseng (National Central University, Taiwan)

  • Prof. Liang-Hung Wang (Fuzhou University, China)

  • Prof. Fangying Song (Fuzhou University, China)

  • Prof. Genggeng Liu (Fuzhou University, China)

  • Dr. Ling Wu (Fuzhou University, China)

  • Dr. Xiaoyan Li (Fuzhou University, China)

  • Prof. Chih-Min Yu (Yango University, China)

  • Prof. Lei Xiong (Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, China)

  • Prof. Bo-Wei Zhu (Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau)

  • Dr. Insaf Ullah (Hamdard University, Pakistan)


Online Submission


The submission URL is addressed as https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=www2022workshopdlwot.


Workshop Proceedings


The proceedings of the workshops will be published in the conference proceedings (companion volume). Workshop papers should not have been previously published, should not be considered for publication, and should not be under review for another workshop, conference, or journal. They should be no more than 12 pages in length (maximum 8 pages for the main paper content + maximum 2 pages for appendixes + maximum 2 pages for references). Papers must be submitted in PDF according to the ACM format published in the ACM guidelines, selecting the generic “sigconf” sample. The PDF files must have all non-standard fonts embedded. Workshop papers must be self-contained and in English.


Journal Special Issues

  • IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems (SCI/EI)

  • Journal of Global Information Management (SSCI)


Contact


Prof. Chi-Hua Chen, Email: chihua0826@gmail.com