Exploiting Object Group Localization in the Internet of Things: Performance Analysis

  title={Exploiting Object Group Localization in the Internet of Things: Performance Analysis},
  author={Salvatore D'Oro and Laura Galluccio and Giacomo Morabito and Sergio Palazzo},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
In the Internet of Things (IoT), localization of objects is crucial for both information delivery and support of context-aware services. Unfortunately, the huge number of mobile objects that will be included in the IoT can result in a significant amount of signaling traffic for the purpose of location discovery and update. The major contributions of this paper are based on a simple evidence: In most IoT scenarios, several objects move together as they are carried by a human or a vehicle, i.e… CONTINUE READING

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