Incentive-Based Selection and Composition of IoT Energy Services

@article{Abusafia2020IncentiveBasedSA,
  title={Incentive-Based Selection and Composition of IoT Energy Services},
  author={Amani Abusafia and A. Bouguettaya and Sajib Mistry},
  journal={2020 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC)},
  year={2020},
  pages={304-311}
}
We propose a novel incentive-based framework for composing energy service requests. An incentive model is designed that considers the context of the providers and consumers to determine rewards for sharing wireless energy. We propose a novel priority scheduling approach to compose energy service requests that maximize the reward of the provider. A set of exhaustive experiments with a dataset and collected IoT users’ behavior is conducted to evaluate the proposed approach. Experimental results… Expand
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