Dynamic IoT Choreographies -- Managing Discovery, Distribution, Failure and Reconfiguration

03/08/2018
by   Jan Seeger, et al.
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The Internet of Things is growing at a dramatic rate and extending into various application domains. We have designed, implemented and evaluated a resilient and decentralized system using IoT concepts. We applied it to maintaining the functionality of building automation systems, so that new devices can appear and vanish on-the-fly.

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