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Short Paper: IoT Context-Driven Architecture: Characterization of the Behavioral Aspect

  • Radia BelkezizEmail author
  • Zahi Jarir
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 11028)

Abstract

The contribution of this paper deals with IoT coordination. After a thorough review of the literature, we conclude that the challenge of coordination has not yet been met despite all the contributions already suggested. To address this challenge, we have proposed in a previous work an IoT contextual architecture, while the purpose of this article focuses on the behavior of the proposed multilayer IoT architecture by describing a flood case study. Three aspects are considered: functional aspect, informational aspect and behavioral aspect. When modeling the behavioral aspect, we focus mainly on the control flow throughout the workflow and we put our interest on relative ordering of sub-workflows.

Keywords

IoT IoT architecture IoT coordination architecture IoT coordination behavioral IoT meta-workflow 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Cadi Ayyad UniversityMarrakechMorocco

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