Automation of an IoT hub using artificial intelligence techniques

 
 
 
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    Fog computing is used for reducing the complexity level of a network architecture and processes the data in a fog node IoT Hub. The Internet of Things (IoT) will connect billions of devices, such as smart objects, which are heterogeneous in terms of hardware software and communication interfaces. The IoT has to this point grown as numerous vertical idea of the IoT, rather than focusing at the real creation of a highly interoperable infrastructure for the development of applications. For managing the various devices present in the hub we create an IP-based infrastructure so that the elements can be able to balance the diversified devices and the network elements are used to enhance the direct end to end communication which is much required. With all the above considerations we propose a Fog node i.e. an IoT hub that can be placed at the end of multiple networks thereby increasing the capability by implementing various functions such as allocation of resources border routers cache proxy servers etc. As the implementation of fog node is through the IoT hub here we would like to automate the resource allocation that takes place in the IoT hub.


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    Fog node; Fuzzy logic; Proxy automation; Resource allocation; Internet of Things.

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Article ID: 10250
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.7.10250




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