2015
DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2015.312002
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Abstract: The convergence of the Internet, sensor networks, and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems has ushered to the concept of Internet of Things (IoT) which is capable of connecting daily things, making them smart through sensing, reasoning, and cooperating with other things. Further, RFID technology enables tracking of an object and assigning it a unique ID. IoT has the potential for a wide range of applications relating to healthcare, environment, transportation, cities… Moreover, the middleware is a bas… Show more

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“…The collected data is aggregated and routed based on the content. EECBR [13] and ETERNAL [14] are the routing protocols works on the concept of content basedrouting.…”
Section: Content Based Routingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The collected data is aggregated and routed based on the content. EECBR [13] and ETERNAL [14] are the routing protocols works on the concept of content basedrouting.…”
Section: Content Based Routingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…IoT architecture QoS parameters Energy efficient Smart solution Self-organising solution [19] yes yes yes no no [20] yes yes yes yes no [21] no yes no no no [22] yes yes yes yes yes [23] yes no yes no no [24] yes yes no no yes [25] yes yes yes no no [26] yes no yes no no communications for a better use in the smart cities. We exploit the advantages of smart and self-organising systems to consider important communication parameters in the routing process and reflecting as much as possible the real IoT communications.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Given that, a typical IoT device is expected to work in energy saving mode, though providing a required quality of service (QoS). Recent research covers various aspects of energy-efficient IoT network design, such as efficient network architecture [31,32], implementation of efficient routing/clustering algorithms [7,5,29,33] (see also a recent survey [1]). Our application is focused on peer-to-peer type wireless networks, which consist of basic low-price low-powered devices (nodes) which use no (or only basic) centralized management and possess strict energy consumption restrictions.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%