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Mathematics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (1) ◽  
pp. 101
Author(s):  
Barbara Attanasio ◽  
Andriy Mazayev ◽  
Shani du Plessis ◽  
Noélia Correia

The sixth generation (6G) of communication networks represents more of a revolution than an evolution of the previous generations, providing new directions and innovative approaches to face the network challenges of the future. A crucial aspect is to make the best use of available resources for the support of an entirely new generation of services. From this viewpoint, the Web of Things (WoT), which enables Things to become Web Things to chain, use and re-use in IoT mashups, allows interoperability among IoT platforms. At the same time, Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) brings computing and data storage to the edge of the network, which creates the so-called distributed and collective edge intelligence. Such intelligence is created in order to deal with the huge amount of data to be collected, analyzed and processed, from real word contexts, such as smart cities, which are evolving into dynamic and networked systems of people and things. To better exploit this architecture, it is crucial to break monolithic applications into modular microservices, which can be executed independently. Here, we propose an approach based on complex network theory and two weighted and interdependent multiplex networks to address the Microservices-compliant Load Balancing (McLB) problem in MEC infrastructure. Our findings show that the multiplex network representation represents an extra dimension of analysis, allowing to capture the complexity in WoT mashup organization and its impact on the organizational aspect of MEC servers. The impact of this extracted knowledge on the cognitive organization of MEC is quantified, through the use of heuristics that are engineered to guarantee load balancing and, consequently, QoS.


Author(s):  
Tanmayee Tushar Parbat ◽  
Rohan Benhal ◽  
Honey Jain ◽  
Dr. Vinayak Musale

Big data is gigantic measures of data that can do some incredible things. It has gotten a subject specifically compelling for as long as two decades in view of a high potential that is covered up in it. Different open and private part ventures create, store, and break down huge information to improve the administrations they give. In the social insurance industry, various hotspots for huge information incorporate emergency clinic records, clinical records of patients, aftereffects of clinical assessments, and gadgets that are a piece of the web of things. Biomedical examination additionally creates a critical bit of enormous information pertinent to open medicinal services. This information requires legitimate administration and examination to determine important data. Something else, looking for an answer by breaking down large information rapidly gets tantamount to finding a needle in the pile. There are different difficulties related with each progression of dealing with huge information which must be outperformed by utilizing very good quality registering answers for huge information investigation. That is the reason, to give significant answers for improving general wellbeing, social insurance suppliers are required to be completely outfitted with proper framework to produce and examine huge information methodically. Effective administration, examination, and understanding of large information can change the game by opening new roads for present day human services. That is exactly why different ventures, including the human services industry, are finding a way to change over this potential into better administrations and budgetary focal points. With a protected mix of biomedical and social insurance information, present day human services associations can upset the clinical treatments and customized medication.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Aimilios Tzavaras ◽  
Nikolaos Mainas ◽  
Fotios Bouraimis ◽  
Euripides G.M. Petrakis
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2021 ◽  
Vol 8 (11) ◽  
Author(s):  
Joel T. Collins ◽  
Joe Knapper ◽  
Samuel J. McDermott ◽  
Filip Ayazi ◽  
Kaspar E. Bumke ◽  
...  

We present the OpenFlexure Microscope software stack which provides computer control of our open source motorised microscope. Our diverse community of users needs both graphical and script-based interfaces. We split the control code into client and server applications interfaced via a web API conforming to the W3C Web of Things standard. A graphical interface is viewed either in a web browser or in our cross-platform Electron application, and gives basic interactive control including common operations such as Z stack acquisition and tiled scanning. Automated control is possible from Python and M atlab , or any language that supports HTTP requests. Network control makes the software stack more robust, allows multiple microscopes to be controlled by one computer, and facilitates sharing of equipment. Graphical and script-based clients can run simultaneously, making it easier to monitor ongoing experiments. We have included an extension mechanism to add functionality, for example controlling additional hardware components or adding automation routines. Using a Web of Things approach has resulted in a user-friendly and extremely versatile software control solution for the OpenFlexure Microscope, and we believe this approach could be generalized in the future to make automated experiments involving several instruments much easier to implement.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2074 (1) ◽  
pp. 012005
Author(s):  
Luona Nie

Abstract The web of things is an important symbol of the informational age. It has brought a positive impact on the technology market of our society and made the connection between logistics and the Internet increasingly close. Its application has broad development space and value. The web of things has developed into a carrier that can make the current science and technology progress faster and further. This paper analyzes the current situation of the web of things and preliminarily studies the significant influence of the three levels of the web of things on the computer network. This paper simply analyzes the future development of the web of things. We hope that people can improve their market application ability and fully tap their potential economic effect and technical value.


2021 ◽  
pp. 103604
Author(s):  
Guadalupe Ortiz ◽  
Juan Boubeta-Puig ◽  
Javier Criado ◽  
David Corral-Plaza ◽  
Alfonso Garcia-de-Prado ◽  
...  

2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-30
Author(s):  
Ajay Krishna ◽  
Michel Le Pallec ◽  
Radu Mateescu ◽  
Gwen Salaün

Consumer Internet of Things (IoT) applications are largely built through end-user programming in the form of event-action rules. Although end-user tools help simplify the building of IoT applications to a large extent, there are still challenges in developing expressive applications in a simple yet correct fashion. In this context, we propose a formal development framework based on the Web of Things specification. An application is defined using a composition language that allows users to compose the basic event-action rules to express complex scenarios. It is transformed into a formal specification that serves as the input for formal analysis, where the application is checked for functional and quantitative properties at design time using model checking techniques. Once the application is validated, it can be deployed and the rules are executed following the composition language semantics. We have implemented these proposals in a tool built on top of the Mozilla WebThings platform. The steps from design to deployment were validated on real-world applications.


Sensors ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 21 (20) ◽  
pp. 6835
Author(s):  
Lara Kallab ◽  
Richard Chbeir ◽  
Michael Mrissa

In the Web of Things (WoT) context, an increasing number of stationary and mobile objects provide functions as RESTful services, also called resources, that can be combined with other existing Web resources, to create value-added processes. However, nowadays resource discovery and selection are challenging, due to (1) the growing number of resources providing similar functions, making Quality of Resource (QoR) essential to select appropriate resources, (2) the transient nature of resource availability due to sporadic connectivity, and (3) the location changes of mobile objects in time. In this paper, we first present a location-aware resource discovery that relies on a 3-dimensional indexing schema, which considers object location for resource identification. Then, we present a QoR-driven resource selection approach that uses a Selection Strategy Adaptor (SSA) to form i-compositions (with i ∈N*) offering different implementation alternatives. The defined SSA allows forming resource compositions while considering QoR constraints and Inputs/Outputs matching of related resources, as well as resource availability and users different needs (e.g., optimal and optimistic compositions obtained using a scoring system). Analyses are made to evaluate our service quality model against existing ones, and experiments are conducted in different environments setups to study the performance of our solution.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Junior Dongo ◽  
Michele Albano ◽  
Arne Skou ◽  
Brian Nielsen
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