Internet of Behaviors (IoB)  book cover
1st Edition

Internet of Behaviors (IoB)

Edited By

R. Dhaya


R. Kanthavel

  • Available for pre-order on May 3, 2023. Item will ship after May 24, 2023
ISBN 9781032304533
May 24, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
280 Pages 77 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book is intended to cast a scope over the Internet of Behavior (IoB). This book has begun with the benefits and potential pitfalls of IoB as Today, IoB has huge potential in every sector of the world. There are numerous applications for IoB which benefit users as well as the business market in order to enhance the user experience. In this chapter, the benefits of IoB and its negative constraints are discussed in detail. It is high time that IoB took its crown and ruled the world. Thus, the work of IoB is critical in keeping our data secure because it can currently identify all humans who attempt to steal someone's data. Moreover, the business needs of IoB are in high demand. By leveraging promising technical improvements and advances in ML algorithms, IoB enables the capture, analysis, comprehension, and response to all types of human behavior in a technique that enables the tracking and interpretation of human behavior. IoB can be very useful wherever the behavior, preferences, interests, and location of people are needed. On the other hand, an analytical study on consumers' social and behavioral psychology and their influence on online purchasing is much solicited. With the help of visualization tools such as Tableau, detailed reporting on selection patterns, the impact of social media on decision making and the relationship between personality and purchasing power by various age groups is done. The presented study enlists major decision-making psychometric factors and highlights critical factors affecting online purchases. The Internet of Behavior's role in shaping Customer Service through the use of artificial intelligence, cloud computing, data, smart analytics, machine learning, and other volatile technologies

The attractive components of this book are: dynamic routing mechanism to reduce energy consumption in software defined networks; a deep insight into IoT and IoB security and privacy concerns—applications and future challenges; sentiment analysis and feature reduction using an arboreal monkey compression algorithm with a deep modified neural network classifier; cyber security concerns for IoB; and identification of nutrients and microbial contamination in fruits and vegetables using a technology using the internet of behavior. Therefore, it is with no doubt that this book does have a lot of interesting themes and details on the Internet of Behaviour.

Table of Contents

1. Benefits and Pitfalls of Internet of Behaviour by Bobin Chandra B, Dr. MSR Mariyappan, and Aiswarya Sanal. 2. Working of IoB by Manisha Verma. 3. A Detailed Study to Increase the Business Value by P.Devisivasankari, R.Vijayakumar, and Dr.Vijayalakhmi.V. 4. Analytical Study on Consumer’s Social and Behavioral Psychology and its Influence on Online Purchasing by Parth Rainchwar, Rishikesh Mate, Soham Wattamwar, Aditya Gaisamudre, Pratyush Jha, and Shilpa Sonawani. 5. Role of Internet of Behavior in Shaping Customer Services by Dr. Jaspreet Kaur and Dr. Harpreet Singh. 6. Dynamic Routing Mechanism to Reduce Energy Consumption in Software Defined Network by Florance G. 7. A Deep Insight into IOT and IOB Security and Privacy Concerns- Applications and future challenges by Hina Bansal, Vusala Sri Sai Pravallika, Shravani M Phatak, and Veronica Kumar. 8. Sentiment Analysis and Feature Reduction using Arboreal Monkey Compression algorithm with Deep Modified Neural Network Classifier by Rajalaxmi Hegde, Sandeep Kumar Hegde, Monica R Mundada, and Seema S. 9. Cyber Security Concerns for IoB by Sainath Patil, Ashish Vanmali, and Rajesh Bansode. 10. Identification of Nutrients and Microbial Contamination in Fruits and Vegetables – A Technology Using Internet Of Behaviour by K. Sujatha, NPG. Bhavani, G.Victo Sudha George, D.Kirubakaran, M. Sujitha, and V. Srividhya. 11. Plagiarism Detection for Afghan National Languages by Niaz M Doostyar and Dr.B.sujatha. 12. COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance and Hesitancy in the Indian Scenario by Viren Modi, Karan Ajit Shah, Spriha Shekhar, Aayush Gupta, and Prof. Shilpa Sonawani. 13. Applications of Internet of Behavior by M. Mahalakshmi, B.Venkateshwar Rao, A Rahul Raj, and Anusha Vasamsetti. 14. Smart Facilities And 5g Supported Systems in Social Iob by J. Banumathi and S.K.B. Sangeetha.


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Dr. R. Dhaya is presently working in the Dept. of Computer Science at King Khalid University, Abha, and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She has teaching and research experience of over 16 years. Her research areas include Wireless Communication, Advanced Embedded Systems, AI, ML, Grid and Cloud Data Communication, Image Classification, Big Data and Computing Techniques. She has published more than a hundred and fifty research articles in reputed journals and international conferences, which include SCI, Scopus, and IEEE/Springer/Elsevier/ESI Conferences. She received the Institute of Engineers, Kolkata's Outstanding Young Women Engineer award as well as the Young Women Scientist award.

Dr. R. Kanthavel is presently working in the Dept. of Computer Engineering at King Khalid University Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He has 23 years of teaching and research experience. His research areas include Wireless Communication, Embedded Systems, AI, Machine Learning, Cooperative Communication, Image Classification, Big Data and Computing Techniques. He has published more than a hundred and fifty research articles in reputed journals and international conferences, which include the Web of Science, SCI, Scopus, and IEEE/Springer/Elsevier/ESI Conferences. Currently, he has been doing research more on artificial intelligence and deep learning in healthcare applications.