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A Survey of the Self-Adaptive IoT Systems and a Compare and Analyze of IoT Using Self-Adaptive Concept
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A Survey of the Self-Adaptive IoT Systems and a Compare and Analyze of IoT Using Self-Adaptive Concept
Hwang, Seyoung; Seo, Jangill; Park, Sungjun; Park, Sangwon;
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 Abstract
IoT means things space networks that form the intelligent relationship such as sensing, networking, information processing about human being, things and service without explicit mutual cooperation of human being. Lately many IoT groups such as AllSeen Alliance, OIC launched a platform for IoT. Self-adaptive is aimed at implementation without the need for decisions of human being during the operation, so that the machine can respond to changes in its own determination. There is a need to apply the concept of self-adaptive to existing IoT and IoT platform. So In this paper, We look for trends of existing IoT, IoT platform and comparisons by applying a self-adaptive concept to IoT, IoT platform. In addition as an example of this paper, we suggest lacking self-adaptive elements to OIC.
 Keywords
IoT;Self-Adaptive;
 Language
Korean
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