Cadfort: A Decentralized Internet of Things Platform Based on Kademlia

  title={Cadfort: A Decentralized Internet of Things Platform Based on Kademlia},
  author={Nikolas Wangsaputra and Muhammad Zuhri Catur Candra},
  journal={2018 5th International Conference on Data and Software Engineering (ICoDSE)},
Internet of Things is a fast-growing technology which is currently trending in modern industries. [...] Key Result The result shows that the platform is effective for moderately sized clusters up to 1000 nodes.Expand
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