Self-Organized Connected Objects: Rethinking QoS Provisioning for IoT Services

  title={Self-Organized Connected Objects: Rethinking QoS Provisioning for IoT Services},
  author={Hajar Elhammouti and Essaid Sabir and Mustapha Benjillali and Loubna Echabbi and Hamidou Tembine},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
The proliferation of connected objects has revolutionized the traditional Internet, giving rise to the emerging Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT ecosystem is very large, and it includes smart interconnections among sensors and devices with applications in both the industrial world and customers' daily lives. As a unified standard for IoT is still under development, many challenges related to IoT must be discussed and addressed, especially those related to energy efficiency. This article… 

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