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Landscape of IoT Patterns

by   Hironori Washizaki, et al.

Patterns are encapsulations of problems and solutions under specific contexts. As the industry is realizing many successes (and failures) in IoT systems development and operations, many IoT patterns have been published such as IoT design patterns and IoT architecture patterns. Because these patterns are not well classified, their adoption does not live up to their potential. To understand the reasons, this paper analyzes an extensive set of published IoT architecture and design patterns according to several dimensions and outlines directions for improvements in publishing and adopting IoT patterns.


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