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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)
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)
In recent years, the number of people using the Internet and network services is increasing day by day. On a daily basis, a large amount of data is generated over the Internet from zeta byte to petabytes with a very high speed. On the other hand, we see more security threats on the network, the Internet, websites, and the enterprise network. Therefore,(More)
Machine-to-Machine communication (M2M) is nowadays increasingly becoming a world-wide network of interconnected devices uniquely addressable, via standard communication protocols. The prevalence of M2M is bound to generate a massive volume of heterogeneous, multisource, dynamic, and sparse data, which leads a system towards major computational challenges,(More)