November 28, 2015

New Article: "Internet of Things: Services and Applications Categorization"

Title: “Internet of Things: Services and Applications Categorization”
Authors: Matthew Gigli, Simon Koo
Source: Advances in Internet of Things, Vol.1 No.2, July 2011 (OA Journal)

From the Abstract:

In this paper we attempt to categorize the services provided by the Internet of Things (IoT) in order to help application developers build upon a base service. First we introduce the four main categories of services, and then follow by providing a number of examples of each of the service categories so as to provide an example of how each type of service might be implemented, and how it can be used to build an IoT application.

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