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Internet of Things (IoT): Technologies, Applications, Challenges and Solutions
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BK Tripathy (School of Computing Science and Engineering, VIT University, Vellore, INDIA) J Anuradha (School of Computing Science and Engineering, VIT University, Vellore, INDIA)
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Internet of Things (IoT): Technologies, Applications, Challenges and Solutions

BK Tripathy (School of Computing Science and Engineering, VIT University, Vellore, INDIA) J Anuradha (School of Computing Science and Engineering, VIT University, Vellore, INDIA)


CRC Press

Computer networking & communications


334 pages

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The term IoT, which was first proposed by Kevin Ashton, a British technologist, in 1999 has the potential to impact everything from new product opportunities to shop floor optimization to factory worker efficiency gains, that will power top-line and bottom-line gains. As IoT technology is being put to diversified use, the current technology needs to be improved to enhance privacy and built secure devices by adopting a security-focused approach, reducing the amount of data collected, increasing transparency and providing consumers with a choice to opt out. Therefore, the current volume has been compiled, in an effort to draw the various issues in IoT, challenges faced and existing solutions so far.

Key Points:

* Provides an overview of basic concepts and technologies of IoT with communication technologies ranging from 4G to 5G and its architecture.

* Discusses recent security and privacy studies and social behavior of human beings over IoT.

* Covers the issues related to sensors, business model, principles, paradigms, green IoT and solutions to handle relevant challenges.

* Presents the readers with practical ideas of using IoT, how it deals with human dynamics, the ecosystem, the social objects and their relation.

* Deals with the challenges involved in surpassing diversified architecture, protocol, communications, integrity and security.

Edited by:   BK Tripathy (School of Computing Science and Engineering VIT University Vellore INDIA), J Anuradha (School of Computing Science and Engineering, VIT University, Vellore, INDIA)
Imprint:   CRC Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 254mm,  Width: 178mm, 
Weight:   953g
ISBN:   9781138035003
ISBN 10:   1138035009
Pages:   334
Publication Date:   October 2017
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Further / Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

1. IoT enabled vision system for Tint level detection Introduction Literature Survey Overview of the Proposed Methodology Implementation Details Results and Conclusions Scope for future studies Acknowledgements References 2. Supervised and Semi-Supervised Identification of Users and Activities from Wearable Device Brain Signal Recordings Introduction Review of Wearables Review of Supervised Learning Semi-Supervised Learning with Genetic Algorithms and Rough Set Theory Study Data Knowledge Representation Experimental Design Classification Results Semi-Supervised Evolutionary Learning Results Conclusions References 3 Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence: A new road to the future Digital world Introduction Artificial intelligence IoT Basics IoT and Artificial Intelligence Deep Learning and its Role for IoT Proposed Methodology and Datasets used Experimental Results and Discussion Conclusions and Future Scope References 4 Technical and Societal Challenges: Exploit the Profound Impacts of IoT Introduction Standards and Interoperability Security Data Collection, Protection and Privacy Socio Ethical Considerations Scale Radio Spectrum Other Barriers Green IoT Conclusions References 5. Evolution of Social IoT World: Security Issues and Research Challenges Introduction Social Networking Popularity Evolution of IoT and Technologies On Emergence of Social IoT Security Issues and Research Challenges Conclusion References 6. User Authentication: Keystroke Dynamics with Soft Biometric Features Introduction Related Works Keystroke Dynamics Evaluation of Behavioural Biometric Techniques Benchmark Soft Biometric Datasets on Keystroke Dynamics Proposed Methodology Experimental Results Discussions Conclusions References 7: Internet of Nano-Things Forensics: Performing Digital Forensics in Nanoscale Systems Introduction Background Internet of Nano-Things Forensics IoNT Forensics Investigation Model Conclusions and Future Directions Bibliography 8: Aspects of Ambient Assisted Living and its Applications Introduction Introduction to Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Sensors and Devices for AAL Wearable Sensors for AAL AAL Architecture Analytics in Internet of Things Stages of Transforming Raw Data into Meaningful Analytics Common Healthcare Analytics Solutions and Their Pitfalls Ambient Intelligence (Aml) for AAL Software Engineering Approach for AAL Systems Cognitive AAL Applications of AAL Conclusions References 9: Naming Services in Internet of Things Introduction Name Service Object Naming Service (ONS) Efficient Naming, Addressing and Profile Services in Internet-of-Things Sensory Environments Conclusions References 10: Review on communication security issues in IoT medical devices Introduction Background Recent Incidents in Medical Device Security Technology used for Securing IoT Solutions and Recommendations Conclusions References 11: IoT challenges: Security Introduction Literature Review How Security Threats Affect the Users Security Requirements for the Internet of Secure Things Towards the Secure Solutions The Domino Effect of IoT Safety Bottom-Up Approach for Ensuring Security Security Framework of the IoT Related to Perceptual Layer An Innovative Framework for IoT Security Security Authentication and Confirmation System Conclusions Future Scope References 12 Non physician Primary Health Care Workers: Making Wearable Computational Devices, Electronic Health Records Work for them Introduction Objective Problems in Health Information System in the Country Problems with Traditional EHR Software Electronic Health Records: Challenges and Solution to the Challenges Best Practices for Usage of Electronic Health Records Conclusions and Future Works References 13. Semantic Technologies for IoT Introduction Semantic Technology Existing Standardizations in IoT Semantics Semantic Web Rule Language (SWRL) SPARQL Case Study Concluding Remarks References 14. Applications of IoT to address the solutions for children affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) Introduction Background & functionality of IoT solutions Strategies for Use of IoT and Media-Based Tools Current Developments &Applications of IoT technologies Wearable Devices Tracking Devices Head Mounted Display Products - Google Glass IoT Apps for Children with ASDs Benefits of Using Assistive IoT Technologies to Support ASD Children Future Scope Conclusions References

B.K. Tripathy has received 03 gold medals for topping the list of candidates at graduation and post-graduation level of Berhampur University. He was a Professor and Head of the department of Computer Science of Berhampur University till 2007. Dr. Tripathy is now working as a Senior Professor in School of Computing Science and Engineering, VIT University, Vellore, India. He has received research/academic fellowships from UGC, DST, SERC and DOE of Govt. of India for various academic pursuits. Dr. Tripathy has published more than 400 technical papers in different international journals, proceedings of reputed international conferences and edited research volumes. He has produced 26 PhDs, 13 MPhils and 4 M.S (By research) under his supervision. Dr. Tripathy has published two text books on Soft Computing and Computer Graphics. He was selected as honorary member of the American Mathematical Society from 1992-1994 for his distinguished contribution as a reviewer of American Mathematical Review. Dr. Tripathy has served as the member of Advisory board or Technical Programme Committee member of several International conferences inside India and abroad. Also, he has edited two research volumes for IGI publications and is editing three more research volumes. He is a life/senior member of IEEE, ACM, IRSS, CSI, ACEEE, OMS and IMS. Dr. Tripathy is an editorial board member/reviewer of more than 60 journals. He has guest edited some research journals. Dr. Tripathy has Technical grants for research projects from various funding agencies like UGC, DST and DRDO. His research interest includes Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Rough Sets and Knowledge Engineering, Data Clustering, Social Network Analysis, Soft Computing, Granular Computing, Content Based Learning, Neighbourhood Systems, Soft Set Theory, Social Internet of Things, Big Data Analytics, Theory of Multisets and List theory. Anuradha J. is an Associate Professor and Head, Department of Database Systems in School of Computing Science and Engineering, VIT University in Vellore, Tamil Nadu. She has more than 13 years of teaching experience and has published atleast30 technical papers in international journals/ proceedings of international conferences/ edited chapters of reputed publications. She has worked and contributed in the field of Data Mining, Medical Diagnosis and Computational Intelligence. Her research also focuses on machine learning algorithms using soft computing techniques. She is currently working on spatial mining and Big Data Analytics. She has co-authored a book on Soft Computing: Advances and Applications by Cengage Publishers. Her research interest also includes Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications, Rough set Theory and Knowledge Engineering and Information Retrieval.

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