Towards Cognitive IoT Networks [electronic resource] / edited by Mohammad Abdul Matin
- Internet of Things, Technology, Communications and Computing, 2199-1073
- Introduction -- Current Research Trends on Cognitive Radio Based Internet of Things (IoT) -- Cognition Radio Enabled IoT -- SDN-enabled IoT: Ensuring Reliability in IoT Networks through Software Defined Networks -- QoS aware Spectrum Selection for IoT -- Cognitive M2M Communications: Enablers for IoT -- Cognitive Radio Engine Design for IoT Using Monarch Butterfly Optimization and Fuzzy Decision Making -- Physical Layer Security of Cognitive IoT Networks -- Internet of Energy Harvesting Cognitive Radios -- Cultural IoT framework focusing on interactive and personalized museum sightseeing.
- This book gathers state-of-the-art research contributions written by academics and researchers, which address emerging trends in system design and implementation for the Internet of Things (IoT), and discuss how to promote IoT technologies and applications. The book is chiefly intended for researchers and academics who want to get caught up with the latest trends in enabling technologies for IoT and related applications and services. However, it also includes chapters on the fundamentals of IoT, offering essential orientation for general readers.
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