Handbook of Green Information and Communication Systems gives a comprehensive guide on the fundamental concepts, applications, algorithms, protocols, new trends and challenges, and research results in the area of "Green Information and Communications Systems". It is an invaluable resource giving knowledge on the core and specialized issues in the field, making it highly suitable for both the new and experienced researcher in this area. Key Features: core research topics of green information and communication systems are covered from a network design perspective, giving both theoretical and practical perspectives; provides a unified covering of otherwise disperse selected topics on green computing, information, communication and networking; includes a set of downloadable PowerPoint slides and glossary of terms for each chapter; a 'whose-who' of international contributors; and, extensive bibliography for enhancing further knowledge
Coverage includes: smart grid technologies and communications; spectrum management; cognitive and autonomous radio systems; computing and communication architectures; data centres; distributed networking; cloud computing; next generation wireless communication systems; 4G access networking; optical core networks; cooperation transmission; security and privacy; core research topics of green information and communication systems are covered from a network design perspective, giving both a theoretical and practical perspective; a 'whose-who' of international contributors; and, extensive bibliography for enhancing further knowledge.
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Prof. Mohammad S. Obaidat (Fellow of IEEE and Fellow of SCS) is an internationally well-known academic/researcher/ scientist. He received his Ph.D. and M. S. degrees in Computer Engineering with a minor in Computer Science from The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA. Dr. Obaidat is currently a full Professor of Computer Science at Monmouth University, NJ, USA. Among his previous positions are Chair of the Department of Computer Science and Director of the Graduate Program at Monmouth University and a faculty member at the City University of New York.