IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Computing

Papers
(The H4-Index of IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Computing is 21. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
ArticleCitations
Deep Learning Based Multi-Channel Intelligent Attack Detection for Data Security123
An Integrated Framework for Privacy-Preserving Based Anomaly Detection for Cyber-Physical Systems68
Efficient Privacy Preserving Data Collection and Computation Offloading for Fog-Assisted IoT36
Improved Multi-Order Distributed HOSVD with Its Incremental Computing for Smart City Services33
EDCSuS: Sustainable Edge Data Centers as a Service in SDN-Enabled Vehicular Environment31
Efficient Green Protocols for Sustainable Wireless Sensor Networks31
A Novel Light-Weight Subjective Trust Inference Framework in MANETs29
Estimating Energy Consumption of Cloud, Fog, and Edge Computing Infrastructures29
Secure Automated Forensic Investigation for Sustainable Critical Infrastructures Compliant with Green Computing Requirements28
Cloud of Things (CoT): Cloud-Fog-IoT Task Offloading for Sustainable Internet of Things27
Sustainable Deep Learning at Grid Edge for Real-Time High Impedance Fault Detection25
PEFS: AI-Driven Prediction Based Energy-Aware Fault-Tolerant Scheduling Scheme for Cloud Data Center25
Fog-based Optimized Kronecker-Supported Compression Design for Industrial IoT25
Generalized Outlier Gaussian Mixture Technique Based on Automated Association Features for Simulating and Detecting Web Application Attacks24
ARPS: An Autonomic Resource Provisioning and Scheduling Framework for Cloud Platforms23
Sustainable Multipath Routing Protocol for Multi-Sink Wireless Sensor Networks in Harsh Environments23
Design and Analysis of Energy-Efficient Dynamic Range Approximate Logarithmic Multipliers for Machine Learning23
Deep Reinforcement Learning for Joint Datacenter and HVAC Load Control in Distributed Mixed-Use Buildings22
An Artificial Neural Network Approach to Power Consumption Model Construction for Servers in Cloud Data Centers22
Eternal-Thing: A Secure Aging-Aware Solar-Energy Harvester Thing for Sustainable IoT21
Utility-Aware Charging Scheduling for Multiple Mobile Chargers in Large-Scale Wireless Rechargeable Sensor Networks21
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