Enabling IoT platforms for social IoT applications: Vision, feature mapping, and challenges

@article{Afzal2019EnablingIP,
  title={Enabling IoT platforms for social IoT applications: Vision, feature mapping, and challenges},
  author={Bilal Afzal and Muhammad Umair and Ghalib A. Shah and Ejaz Ahmed},
  journal={Future Gener. Comput. Syst.},
  year={2019},
  volume={92},
  pages={718-731}
}
Abstract Social IoT (SIoT) is an emerging paradigm of IoT in which different IoT devices interact and establish relationships with each other to achieve a common goal. In essence, SIoT adapts a service-oriented architecture where heterogeneous IoT devices can offer or request autonomous services and collaborate on behalf of their owners. Operating Systems (OSs) are employed in IoT devices as they offer portability, threading support and access to development libraries; thus allowing easiness in… 
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