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The Internet of Things (inbunden)

The Internet of Things

Foundation for Smart Cities, eHealth, and Ubiquitous Computing

Inbunden Engelska, 2017-10-30
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This book provides a dual perspective on the Internet of Things and ubiquitous computing, along with their applications in healthcare and smart cities. It also covers other interdisciplinary aspects of the Internet of Things like big data, embedded Systems and wireless Sensor Networks. Detailed coverage of the underlying architecture, framework, and state-of the art methodologies form the core of the book.
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Dr. Ricardo Armentano is currently working as a Distinguished Professor at the Favaloro University. Also, he works as a Technology and Innovation Consultant and the Vice Chairman at the Global Citizen Safety and Security Working Group of the International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering. He is a Class-1 researcher by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Technology of the republic of Argentina and Grade-5 Investigator of the PEDECIBA (United Nations Program for the Development of Basic Sciences). He has received his Engineering degree in 1984. By the end of 1994, he has qualified as a Doctor of the University of Buenos Aires in Physiological Sciences and in 1999 he has obtained the PhD degree from Universite de Paris VII Denis Diderot, for the Doctorat de Biomecanique: Mecanique de Systemes Biologiques. He has acquired international recognition in the field of cardiovascular hemodynamics and arterial hypertension. He is at the Editorial Board of journals of cardiovascular research and is a reviewer for over 25 international scientific journals. He has over 200 publications including a book, several book chapters and peer-reviewed articles. He is a Member of EMBS IEEE since 1985. He has also been elected as a Senior Member of IEEE in 2001 and Chair of the Argentine Chapter of the EMBS IEEE (2004). He is currently the Latin-American Representative for IEEE EMB. Dr. Ganesh Chandra Deka is the Principal, Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, Tura, Meghalaya, under Directorate General of Training, Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Govt of India. His previous assignment includes, Assistant Director of Training in DGE&T, Ministry of Labor & Employment, Government of India, New Delhi-1 [2006-2014], Consultant (Computer Science], National Institute of Rural Development-North Eastern Regional Centre, Guwahati, Assam, under the Ministry of Rural Development [2003-2006], Govt of India and Programmer (World Bank Project) at Nowgong Polytechnic, under the Directorate of Technical Education, Assam, India [1995-2003]. His research interests include ICT in Rural Development, e-Governance, Cloud Computing, Data Mining, NoSQL Databases and Vocational Education and Training. He has published more than 40 research papers in various conferences, workshops and International Journals of repute including IEEE. He is Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Computing, Communications, and Networking [ISSN 2319-2720]. So far he has organized 8 IEEE International Conference as Technical Chair in India.


Section I Introduction to the Internet of Things: Definition and Basic Foundation 1. The IoT Vision from an Opportunistic Networking Perspective Zoran Bojkovic, Bojan Bakmaz, and Miodrag Bakmaz 2. DEFINE-An Architecture Framework for Designing IoT Systems S.A. Srinivasa Moorthy 3. MAC and Network Layer Issues and Challenges for IoT Upena Dalal, Shweta Shah, and Jigisha Patel 4. Privacy and Security of Data in IoT: Design Principles and Techniques K.V. Arya and Vishnu Prabhakaran 5. Integration of Cloud Computing and IoT: Opportunities and Challenges Sara Ghanavati, Jemal Abawajy, and Davood Izadi Section II Frameworks for the Internet of Things: An Architectural Perspective 6. IoT Framework Based on WSN Infrastructure with Different Topological Distributions Marcel Stefan Wagner, Diogo Ferreira Lima Filho, Miguel Arjona Ramirez, and Wagner Luiz Zucchi 7. Semantic Complex Service Composition within an IoT Ecosystem Grigorios Tzortzis, Charilaos Akasiadis, and Evaggelos Spyrou 8. Enabling Smart Cities through IoT: The ALMANAC Way Dario Bonino, Maria Teresa Delgado, Claudio Pastrone, Maurizio Spirito, Alexandre Alapetite, Thomas Gilbert, Mathias Axling, Matts Ahlsen, Peter Rosengren, Marco Jahn, Raphael Ahrens, Otilia Werner-Kytoela, and Jose Angel Carvajal Soto 9. NFC in IoT-Based Payment Architecture Alak Majumder, Shirsha Ghosh, Joyeeta Goswami, and Bidyut K. Bhattacharyya 10. Trust Management in IoT Avani Sharma, Pilli Emmanuel Shubhakar, and Arka Prokash Mazumdar Section III Interdisciplinary Aspects of the Internet of Things 11. Highway Safety of Smart Cities Sandor Szenasi 12. Connected Bicycles: Potential Research Opportunities in Wireless Sensor Network Sadik Kamel Gharghan, Rosdiadee Nordin, Nor Fadzilah Abdullah, and Kelechi Anabi 13. Self-Adaptive Cyber-City System Iping Supriana, Kridanto Surendro, Aradea Dipaloka, and Edvin Ramadhan 14. The Role of Big Data, Cloud Computing, and Mobile Technologies in the Development of IoT Ecosystems Janusz Wielki 15. Data Processing in IoT Using an Enterprise Service Bus Siddharth S. Prasad, Robin Singh Bhadoria, and Mohit Mittal Section IV Future Research, Scope, and Case Studies of the Internet of Things and Ubiquitous Computing 16. Infection Tracing in i-Hospital Mimonah Al Qathrady, Ahmed Helmy, and Khalid Lmuzaini 17. Emergency Department, Sustainability, and eHealth: A Proposal to Merge These Elements Improving the Sanitary System Andrea Malizia, Laura Morciano, Jacopo Maria Legramante, Pasqualino Gaudio, Sandro Mancinelli, Francesco Gilardi, Carlo Bellecci, and Leonardo Palombi 18. The Contiki Operating System: A Tool for Design and Development of IoT-Case Study Analysis B. Venkatalakshmi, A. Pravin Renold, and S. Vijayakumar 19. Novel Trends and Advances in Health Care Using IoT: A Revolution Awanish Kumar and Archana Vimal 20. Mining Ubiquitous Data Streams for IoT Nitesh Funde, Meera Dhabu, Ayesha Khan, and Rahul Jichkar 21. IoT toward Efficient Analysis of Aging, Cardiometabolic, and Neurodegenerative Diseases-An eHealth Perspective Leandro Cymberknop, Parag Chatterjee, Diego Dujovne, Luis Romero, and Ricardo Armentano