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Internet of Things

Internet of Things

Technology, Communications and Computing

23 Jahrgänge | 2014 - 2021


The series Internet of Things - Technologies, Communications and Computing publishes new developments and advances in the various areas of the different facets of the Internet of Things.
The intent is to cover technology (smart devices, wireless sensors, systems), communications (networks and protocols) and computing (theory, middleware and applications) of the Internet of Things, as embedded in the fields of engineering, computer science, life sciences, as well as the methodologies behind them. The series contains monographs, lecture notes and edited volumes in the Internet of Things research and development area, spanning the areas of wireless sensor networks, autonomic networking, network protocol, agent-based computing, artificial intelligence, self organizing systems, multi-sensor data fusion, smart objects, and hybrid intelligent systems.
** Indexing: Internet of Things is covered by Scopus and Ei-Compendex **

Alle Bücher der Reihe Internet of Things

2016 | Buch

Management of Cyber Physical Objects in the Future Internet of Things

Methods, Architectures and Applications

This book focuses on new methods, architectures, and applications for the management of Cyber Physical Objects (CPOs) in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT).

It covers a wide range of topics related to CPOs, such as resource m

2016 | Buch

Runtime Reconfiguration in Networked Embedded Systems

Design and Testing Practices

This book focuses on the design and testing of large-scale, distributed signal processing systems, with a special emphasis on systems architecture, tooling and best practices. Architecture modeling, model checking, model-based evaluation and …

2014 | Buch

Internet of Things Based on Smart Objects

Technology, Middleware and Applications

The Internet of Things (IoT) usually refers to a world-wide network of interconnected heterogeneous objects (sensors, actuators, smart devices, smart objects, RFID, embedded computers, etc) uniquely addressable, based on standard communication protoc