IQ2S 2014

The 6th International Workshop on Information Quality
and Quality of Service for Pervasive Computing

in Conjunction with   IEEE PERCOM 2014
Budapest, Hungary, March 28, 2014

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Past IQ2Ss:

    IQ2S 2013 

    IQ2S 2012

     IQ2S 2011

     IQ2S 2010

     IQ2S 2009



The objective of this workshop is to provide a forum to exchange ideas, present results, share experience, and enhance collaborations among researchers, professionals, and application developers on various aspects of QoI, QoE and QoS for pervasive computing in network contexts including wireless, mobile and sensor networks.

Original papers addressing both theoretical and practical aspects of QoI, QoE and QoS provisioning in pervasive computing are solicited. Papers describing experience on real prototype implementations are particularly welcome. Topics of interest addressing the challenging joint aspects of QoI, QoE and QoS include:

  • Joint QoI- & QoS-driven system design and architectural principles
  • Network services (time sync, QoS) for target/event detection, localization, tracking and classification
  • QoI-aware wireless sensor networking
  • Energy-efficient data fusion, sensor fault analysis, sensor data cleansing
  • QoS for task mapping and scheduling
  • Coordinated QoS for cross-layer, cross-application, and cross-node integration (including QoI-QoS integration)
  • Query optimization for event processing in pervasive environments
  • Data and query models for QoI-aware event processing
  • Adaptive QoI and QoS under dynamic environments
  • Trust, security, privacy, and data provenance issues in QoI and QoS
  • QoI characterization, representation, performance metrics, and evaluation
  • QoI and QoS for emerging pervasive computing applications
  • Models of semantics and context in QoI-aware applications
  • Market-based mechanisms to influence QoI
  • Quality of Experience (QoE) issues for pervasive applications
  • Value of information (VoI) and quality of action for sensor/actuator networks
  • Prototype test-bed design, implementation, and field trials