Main Research Fields
Areas of interest of this Technical Meeting are closely related to Communication Quality. Its main target is in the areas of general networking and information science, but is also related to such inter-disciplinary areas as psychology, social science and economics. Research targets are placed but are not limited to the following list of areas:
Major Topic Areas Topics
Optimization and Control of QoE/QoS Game Theory, Data Mining, Personalization and Environmental Adaptation of Service, Network Control Considering QoE, Communication Behavior Model and Behavior Modification, Resource Allocation Optimization for Social Infrastructure, QoE and Business Model, User Engagement
Evaluation and Measurement of QoE/QoS Subjective/Objective Evaluation, QoE Estimation Model, Psychological Assessment, Biological Information Measurement, Realistic/Ultra-Realistic, Usability, Crowdsourcing, Quality Visualization
Performance of Information and Communication Services IoT/M2M, Cloud/Fog Computing, DTN/Challenged Network, V2V, Voice/Audio/Visual/Haptic Media, Web Service, Interactive System, Social Network Service
Network Performance Network Performance Indicator (KPI), Quality Measure and Standardization, Traffic Measurement/Planning/Control/Management, Network Tomography, Cross-Layer Control, Green/Energy Saving Technology, Fairness, Reliability/Safety
Assessment, Measurement, and Control of Wireless Communication Quality Communication Quality of Mobile Communication, Communication Quality of Wireless LAN, Communication Quality of Sensor Network, Communication/Access Method, Wireless Resource Allocation, Optimization Control, Signal Processing, Efficiency of Frequency/Energy Usage

CQ belongs to Communication Society (CS)

. Only members of Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE), the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan (IEEJ), the Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan (IEIJ), the Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers (ITE), and Information Processing Society of Japan (IPS) are allowed to submit papers and make presentations at technical meetings.

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