PlaTIBART: a platform for transactive IoT blockchain applications with repeatable testing

@inproceedings{Walker2017PlaTIBARTAP,
  title={PlaTIBART: a platform for transactive IoT blockchain applications with repeatable testing},
  author={Michael A. Walker and A. Dubey and Aron Laszka and Douglas C. Schmidt},
  booktitle={M4IoT '17},
  year={2017}
}
With the advent of blockchain-enabled IoT applications, there is an increased need for related software patterns, middleware concepts, and testing practices to ensure adequate quality and productivity. IoT and blockchain each provide different design goals, concepts, and practices that must be integrated, including the distributed actor model and fault tolerance from IoT and transactive information integrity over untrustworthy sources from blockchain. Both IoT and blockchain are emerging… 

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