A survey on facilities for experimental internet of things research

IEEE CTN Issue: February 2012
The proliferation of an enlarged gamut of devices able to be directly connected to the Internet is leading to a new ubiquitous-computing paradigm. Indeed, the Internet has experienced a tremendous growth in the past three decades, evolving from a network of a few hundred hosts to a platform capable linking billions of “things” globally, including individual people as well as enterprises of various sizes, through computers and computerized devices of any conceivable size and capability and the applications running on them. IEEE Communications Magazine

NGSON: Features, State of the Art, and Realization

IEEE CTN Issue: February 2012
The rapid deployment and expansion of the Internet has created both an opportunity as well as a challenge in terms of service delivery. The opportunity comes from the variety and global scale of value added applications that can be supported for users. The challenge comes from the difficulties of developing and deploying software to support these applications and users. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Service Delivery Platform (SDP) were introduced to help with these issues, but lacked support for service delivery and QoS across different domains. IEEE Communications Magazine

An Analytical Energy Consumption Model for Packet Transfer over Wireless Links

IEEE CTN Issue: February 2012
Energy-efficient data communication is an important requirement in wireless networks. Reducing energy consumption in transceivers during data communication can extend the operational lifetime of battery-powered devices and save energy in a global scale. A fundamental step, however, is to accurately model the energy consumption for data communication over a wireless link. Without the use of such a model, any mechanism designed to be energy-efficient may not be optimal, and any analysis of energy-efficiency may only be a poor approximation. IEEE Communications Letters


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