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The IEEE 1918.1 “Tactile Internet” Standards Working Group and its Standards
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This paper describes the WG, its intentions, and its developing baseline standard and the associated reasoning behind that and touches on a further standard already initiated under its scope: IEEE 1918.1 on Haptic Codecs for the TI. Expand
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IoT in the Fog: A Roadmap for Data-Centric IoT Development
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We present a framework for IoT in the fog to synergize recent advancements in the IoT, ubiquitous computing, and user-centric services, which enable us to advance personalized IoT architectures. Expand
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Evolution of Wireless Sensor Networks
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Recent advances in semiconductor, networking and material science technologies are driving the ubiquitous deployment of large-scale wireless sensor networks that differ greatly from wireless networks developed and deployed as recently as 5 to 10 years ago. Expand
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Towards a global IoT: Resource re-utilization in WSNs
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is envisioned as a paradigm shift, with a plethora of applications, on the premise of well-established enabling technologies; prominently Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) and RFIDs. Expand
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Pruned Adaptive Routing in the heterogeneous Internet of Things
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We present a Pruned Adaptive IoT Routing (PAIR) protocol that selectively establishes routes of communication between IoT nodes. Expand
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Dynamic adaptive streaming over popularity-driven caching in Information-Centric Networks
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The growing demand for video streaming is straining the current Internet, and mandating a novel approach to future Internet paradigms. Expand
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Rate-Selective Caching for Adaptive Streaming Over Information-Centric Networks
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In this paper, we propose novel video caching schemes in ICN, to address variable bit rates and content sizes for best cache utilization. Expand
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Non-audible acoustic communication and its application in indoor location-based services
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This paper explores the use of non-audible sound as a communication medium to tag and access location based services and gain access to their pertinent information. Expand
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Leveraging Tactile Internet Cognizance and Operation via IoT and Edge Technologies
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This paper builds on edge computing techniques to propose a framework for multi-tiered cognition in the Tactile Internet to feed its signaling systems, and how future TI codecs could embed contextual information in haptic feedback. Expand
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Scalable Transportation Monitoring using the Smartphone Road Monitoring (SRoM) System
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We present a driver and road monitoring system capable of scaling to the number of drivers without incurring high implementation costs, thus allowing for safer driving conditions and shorter accident response times. Expand
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