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—This article presents a future-driven routing architecture for Internet of Things (IoT). This IoT is a novel concept involving a new concept regarding a set of things with the same routing and service polices, denoted by an autonomous system of things (ASoT). In IoT, an ASoT would be connected not only to the others but legacy autonomous systems (ASs) for(More)
Void areas (holes) are hardly avoided in sensor networks either because of various actual geographical environments, e.g., puddles, buildings or obstacles, or uneven energy consumption. To bypass holes, most existing geographic routing protocols tend to route data packets along the boundaries of holes. Generally, a data packet will be either forwarded along(More)
—Void areas (holes) as an inevitable phenomenon exist in geographic routing of wireless sensor networks, because the unpredictable and harsh nature application environment or uneven energy consumption. Most of the existing schemes for the issue tend to construct a static detour path to bypass a hole. The static detour path may lead to uneven energy(More)