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The Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging network paradigm, and realizes the interconnection among ubiquitous things, along with its corresponding applications and services in both Physical-world and Cyber-world. Some researches have been worked on IoT modeling and addressing, which are mainly based on objects with a unique identifier (ID). However, in practical scenarios, there are several objects without any available ID, namely non-ID (i.e., nID) physical objects, including the objects unattached any ID itself, and the objects attached unreadable or un-trusted ID. It turns out that the nID physical objects related issues become noteworthy. In this paper, we focus on the nID physical objects to present a modeling and addressing solution. Concretely, (1) nID physical objects are described along with the discussion of applying nID solution; (2) a tree-like code structure (i.e., Tree-Code) is introduced to establish a unified modeling scheme for the nID physical objects according to abstracted data elements, and also achieves the compatibility with the ID physical objects considering the ID based data elements; (3) Tree-Code based addressing scheme is presented with dynamic updating considerations. It indicates that the nID physical object modeling and addressing provide complements to the ID physical objects for ubiquitous interactions in the IoT.
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