Dependable IoT for human and industry : modeling, architecting, implementation /

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Other Authors: Kharchenko, Vyacheslav (Editor), Kor, Ah-Lian (Editor), Ruciński, Andrzej (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Gistrup, Denmark : River Publishers, [2019]
Series:River Publishers series in information science and technology.
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Table of Contents:
  • Front Cover; Half Title Page
  • Dependable IoT for Humanand Industry Modeling, Architecting, Implementation; RIVER PUBLISHERS SERIES IN INFORMATION SCIENCEAND TECHNOLOGY; Title Page
  • Dependable IoT for Human and Industry Modeling, Architecting, Implementation; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; List of Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Abbreviations; Introduction
  • Dependable IoT for Human and Industry: Introduction and Book Scope; 1. Internet of Important Things; 2. Internet of Things and Collaboratory; 3. Main Topics and Scope
  • PART I
  • Internet of Vital and Trust ThingsChapter 1
  • Disruptive Innovation in Vital Embedded Systems and the Internet of Vital Things; 1.1 Introduction and Brief History; 1.1.1 Embedded Systems; 1.1.2 Critical Embedded Systems; 1.1.3 The Internet of Things in Context; 1.1.4 Some Observations of the Status Quo and the Near Term; 1.2 Internet of Vital Things (IoVT); 1.2.1 Conception of IoVT; 1.2.2 Historic Example: SAGE; 1.3 The SAGE Air Defense System [16]; 1.4 Evolution of Disruptive Innovation in the Design of Microelectronic Systems and the IoVT; 1.4.1 Creation of CIDLab
  • 1.4.2 Concepts of GAIN and Global Systems Engineering Education1.4.3 I-GEMS and the Virtual Design Universe; 1.4.4 Design for Globalization; 1.4.5 Vital Electronics; 1.5 Vital-iSolve and the Internet of Vital Things (IOVT); 1.5.1 Vital-iSolve Fundamentals; 1.5.2 Vital-iSolve Ingredients; 1.5.3 Example From an E-health Ambulatory Sensor Application: Heart Sensor:; 1.6 Conclusion; 1.6.1 Summing up the Recent Disruptive Innovation in Microelectronics Systems Education; 1.6.2 The Big Question Which Needs to be Addressed; References
  • Chapter 2
  • How to Support Creativity in the Complex IoT with Ethics and Trust for Users2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Architecting the Future; 2.2.1 Conceptual Architects; 2.2.2 System-of-Systems; 2.2.3 Trusted Interfaces; 2.3 Conclusion; References; PART II
  • Modelling and Assessment; Chapter 3
  • Design and Simulation of an Energy-efficient Sensor Network Routing Protocol for Large-scale Distributed Environmental Monitoring Systems; 3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 Context and Motivation; 3.1.2 Contributions; 3.2 Related Work; 3.3 Proposed Protocol EESNR; 3.3.1 Network Topology Model for EESNR
  • 3.3.2 Path Loss/Fading3.3.3 Radio and Data Transmission Model; 3.4 Simulation Setup and Results; 3.4.1 Simulation Setup; 3.4.2 Simulation Results; 3.5 Conclusions; References; Chapter 4
  • Modeling and Assessment of Resource-sharing Efficiency in Social Internet of Things; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Related Work; 4.3 Motivation; 4.4 The Proposed Model; 4.4.1 P2P Resource Sharing Specifications; 4.4.2 Agent-Based Model of Peers in Competitive Mode; 4.4.3 Agent-Based Model of Peers in Cooperative Mode; 4.5 Simulation and Results; 4.5.1 Simulation Setup; 4.5.2 Simulation Results; 4.6 Conclusions