Smart Protocol Loading for the IoT ijtsrd
The Internet of Things IoT infuses our everyday life, e.g., in the area of health monitoring, wearables, industry, and home automation. It comprises devices that provide only limited resources, operate in stimulating network conditions, and are often battery powered. To embed these devices into the Internet, they are intended to operate standard events. Yet, these procedures occupy the majority of limited program memory resources. Thus, devices can neither add application logic nor apply safety updates or adopt optimizations for efficiency. This problem will further exacerbate in the future as the further ongoing infusion of smart devices in our environment demands for more and more functionality. To overcome limited functionality due to resource limitations, we show that not all functionality is required in parallel, and thus can be SPLIT in a feasible manner. This enables on demand loading of functionality outsourced as multiple modules to the significantly lesser controlled flash storage of devices.
by J. Gokul | S. Venkateshkumar “”Smart Protocol Loading for the IoT””
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-6 , October 2019,
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