Meeting IoT platform requirements with open pub/sub solutions

@article{Happ2017MeetingIP,
  title={Meeting IoT platform requirements with open pub/sub solutions},
  author={Daniel Happ and Niels Karowski and Thomas Menzel and Vlado Handziski and Adam Wolisz},
  journal={Annals of Telecommunications},
  year={2017},
  volume={72},
  pages={41-52}
}
The internet of things (IoT) will enable a range of applications providing enhanced awareness and control of the physical environment. [] Key Result While the core features are similar, the analyzed pub/sub systems differ in their filtering capabilities, semantic guarantees, and encoding. Our evaluation indicates that those differences can have a notable impact on throughput and delay of cloud-based IoT platforms.

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