Learning, Computing, and Trustworthiness in Intelligent IoT Environments: Performance-Energy Tradeoffs

  title={Learning, Computing, and Trustworthiness in Intelligent IoT Environments: Performance-Energy Tradeoffs},
  author={Beatriz Soret and Lam Duc Nguyen and Jan Seeger and Arne Br{\"o}ring and Chaouki Ben Issaid and Sumudu Samarakoon and Anis El Gabli and Vivek Kulkarni and Mehdi Bennis and Petar Popovski},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking},
An Intelligent IoT Environment (iIoTe) is comprised of heterogeneous devices that can collaboratively execute semi-autonomous IoT applications, examples of which include highly automated manufacturing cells or autonomously interacting harvesting machines. Energy efficiency is key in such edge environments, since they are often based on an infrastructure that consists of wireless and battery-run devices, e.g., e-tractors, drones, Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV)s and robots. The total energy… 

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