DINAS: A distributed naming service for all-IP wireless sensor networks

@article{Amoretti2014DINASAD,
  title={DINAS: A distributed naming service for all-IP wireless sensor networks},
  author={Michele Amoretti and Olivier Alphand and Gianluigi Ferrari and Franck Rousseau and Andrzej Duda},
  journal={2014 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC)},
  year={2014},
  pages={2781-2786}
}
The Internet of Things requires a naming service that can also be beneficial for searching for services and applications. To avoid the traditional DNS approach in which a DNS server provides mapping of names to IP addresses in its domain, we propose a novel network service called DINAS (DIstributed NAming Service). It is based on three pillars: 1) Bloom filters for creating compact names from node descriptions, 2) distributed caches for storing names within the network, and 3) overlay routing… CONTINUE READING

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