Novel Deep-Learning Algorithms for the Internet of Things with Smart Applications – An Exploratory Study

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    The establishment of internetworked mobile and embedded applications leads to vision of the Internet of Things (IoT). It gives rise to a world enriched with sensor devices. The day to day corporeal possessions in our everyday situation are progressively enhanced with computing, detecting and communication competencies. Such proficiencies assure to transfigure the interfaces between individuals and physical objects. Such momentous research exertions have been expended toward developing smarter and more user-friendly solicitations on mobile and embedded expedients and sensors. Also, modern progress in deep learning has significantly reformed the approach that computing strategies process human-centric parameters such as images and audio-visual applications. Application of deep neural networks to IoT devices is proficient in the accomplishment of multifaceted sensing and recognition errands to upkeep a new demesne of communications between humans and their physical environments. This paper investigates various forms of deep learning algorithms in Big data processing and applications using smart IoT devices. The integration of process science with data science is studied and the real-time user-friendly solicitations involving Big data analytics and the Internet of Things is summarized.



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    Big data, Deep learning, Internet of Things, Machine learning, Smart Applications

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Article ID: 23741
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.36.23741

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