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Into Summarization Techniques for IoT Data Discovery Routing

  title={Into Summarization Techniques for IoT Data Discovery Routing},
  author={Hieu Sy Tran and Son T. Nguyen and I-Ling Yen and Farokh B. Bastani},
In this paper, we consider the IoT data discovery problem in very large and growing scale networks. Specifically, we investigate in depth the routing table summarization techniques to support effective and space-efficient IoT data discovery routing. Novel summarization algorithms, including alphabetical based, hash based, and meaning based summarization and their corresponding coding schemes are proposed. The issue of potentially misleading routing due to summarization is also investigated… Expand

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