Data Aggregation Techniques for Internet of Things

07/24/2019 ∙ by Sunny Sanyal, et al. ∙ 0

The goal of this dissertation is to design efficient data aggregation frameworks for massive IoT networks in different scenarios to support the proper functioning of IoT analytics layer. This dissertation includes modern algorithmic frameworks such as non convex optimization, machine learning, stochastic matrix perturbation theory and federated filtering along with modern computing infrastructure such as fog computing and cloud computing. The development of such an ambitious design involves many open challenges, this proposal envisions three major open challenges for IoT data aggregation: first, severe resource constraints of IoT nodes due to limited power and computational ability, second, the highly uncertain (unreliable) raw IoT data is not fit for decisionmaking and third, network latency and privacy issue for critical applications. This dissertation presents three independent novel approaches for distinct scenarios to solve one or more aforementioned open challenges. The first approach focuses on energy efficient routing; discusses a clustering protocol based on device to device communication for both stationary and mobile IoT nodes. The second approach focuses on processing uncertain raw IoT data; presents an IoT data aggregation scheme to improve the quality of raw IoT data. Finally, the third approach focuses on power loss due to communication overhead and privacy issues for medical IoT devices (IoMT); describes a prediction based data aggregation framework for massive IoMT devices.



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