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IoT-DDL–Device Description Language for the “T” in IoT
TLDR
The IoT Device Description Language (IoT-DDL), a machine- and human-readable descriptive language for things, seeking to achieve integration and homogenization of the IoT’s fragmented and wide-varying nature is introduced.
MAAT
TLDR
An extension to the Atlas thing architecture on smartphones, allowing mobile apps to behave as things and provide powerful services and functionalities, and introduces actionable keywords (AKWs)---a dynamically programmable description---to enable potential thing to thing interactions.
Service-Relationship Programming Framework for the Social IoT
TLDR
The Inter-thing relationships programming framework is utilized to present a distributed programming ecosystem and broadens the restricted set of thing-level relationships of the evolving social IoT paradigm with a set of service- level relationships.
IoTility: Architectural Requirements for Enabling Health IoT Ecosystems
TLDR
This paper presents a number of requirements integral to the continued expansion of the digital health IoT ecosystem (Health IoT), and presents solutions that address two pressing requirements: 1) democratizing mobile health apps (giving users control and ownership over their app and data), and 2) making mobile apps act and behave like any other thing in an IoT.
The Importance of Being Thing Or the Trivial Role of Powering Serious IoT Scenarios
TLDR
The article focuses on the domain of "Personal" IoT and will address key new requirements for such Thing architecture and present the ongoing efforts on the Atlas Thing Architecture showing how it supports a variety of thing notions, and how it enables novel models for programmability.
MAAT: Mobile Apps As Things in the IoT
TLDR
An extension to the Atlas thing architecture on smartphones, allowing mobile apps to behave as things and provide powerful services and functionalities, and introduces actionable keywords (AKWs)—a dynamically programmable description—to enable potential thing to thing interactions.
IoT-DDL: Device Description Language for a Programmable IoT
TLDR
The Internet of Things Device Description Language (IoT-DDL), a human- and machine-readable schema, is designed to reflect these shareable capabilities while providing a common structure that things can use to self-discover and share their entities, services, and cloud-based extensions within a smart space.
Demo abstract: DIY health IoT apps
TLDR
The Atlas Thing Architecture and the Runtime Interactive Development Environment (RIDE) which allow users to program custom apps based on the logical and functional relationships that tie IoT things available in their smart spaces are presented.
DIY Health IoT Apps
TLDR
The Atlas Thing Architecture and the Runtime Interactive Development Environment (RIDE) which allow users to program custom apps based on the logical and functional relationships that tie IoT things available in their smart spaces are presented.