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Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication relies on the physical objects (e.g., satellites, sensors, and so forth) interconnected with each other, creating mesh of machines producing massive volume of data about large geographical area (e.g., living and non-living environment). Thus, the M2M is an ideal example of Big Data. On the contrary, the M2M platforms(More)
A group of 40 mice involved in bacterial LD50 estimations was monitored over a period of 4 days by two teams of observers. One team measured the colonic temperature of the mice, the other assessed them clinically and killed those they judged terminally ill. The temperatures of all mice considered terminally ill dropped before this judgement was made.(More)
Multi-hop communication in Underwater Acoustic Sensor Network (UASN) brings new challenges in reliable data transmission. Recent work shows that data collection from underwater sensor nodes using Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) minimizes multi-hop data transmission, improving energy efficiency in UASN. However, due to continuous movements, AUV has(More)
The recent development in the field of embedded devices, such as sensors, actuators, and smartphones, etc. is providing a great business potential towards the new era of web of things (WoT); in which all the capillary devices (electronic devices) are capable of interconnecting and communicating with each other over the Internet. Therefore, web technologies(More)
As we delve into the Internet of Things, we are witnessing intensive interaction and heterogeneous communication among different devices over the Internet. Consequently, these devices generate a massive volume of big data. The potential of these data has been analyzed by complex network theory, describing a specialized branch, known as “human dynamics.” In(More)