The Cloud in IoT-enabled Spaces addresses major issues and challenges in IoT-based solutions proposed for the Cloud. It paves the way for IoT-enabled spaces in the next generation cloud computing paradigm and opens the door for further innovative ideas. Topics include Cloud-based optimization in the IoT era, scheduling and routing, medium access, data caching, secure access, uncertainty, home automation, machine learning in wearable devices, energy monitoring, and plant phenotyping in farming.
Smart spaces are solutions where Internet of Things (IoT)-enabling technologies have been employed towards further advances in the lifestyle. It tightly integrates with the existing Cloud infrastructure to impact several fields in academia and industry.
The Cloud in IoT-enabled Spaces provides an overview of the issues around small spaces and proposes the most up-to-date alternatives and solutions. The objective is to pave the way for IoT-enabled spaces in the next-generation Cloud computing and open the door for further innovative ideas.
Table of Contents
Preface and Outline
1 Task Scheduling in Cloud-Based Survivability Applications Using Swarm Optimization in IoT
FADI AL-TURJMAN, MOHAMMED ZAKI HASAN, AND HUSSAIN AL-RIZZO
2 Scheduling and Routing for Sensors’ Data in Cloud-Based IoT
3 Medium Access in Cloud-Based IoT
4 Data Caching in Cloud-Based IoT
5 Smart Parking in Cloud-Based IoT
FADI AL-TURJMAN AND ARMAN MALEKLOO
6 Indecision Service Delivery in Cloud-Based IoT
FADI AL-TURJMAN AND HADI ZAHMATKESH
7 Home Automation in Cloud-Based IoT
FADI AL-TURJMAN AND MOHAMAD SANWAL
8 Learning in Cities’ Cloud-Based IoT
FADI AL-TURJMAN AND AISSA HOUDJEDJ
9 Data Delivery Pricing in Cloud-Based IoT
10 Planting & Farming in Cloud-Based IoT
Fadi Al-Turjman is a Professor at Antalya Bilim University, Turkey. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from Queen’s University, Canada, in 2011. He is a leading authority in the areas of smart/cognitive, wireless and mobile networks’ architectures, protocols, deployments, and performance evaluation. His record spans more than 180 publications in journals, conferences, patents, books, and book chapters, in addition to numerous keynotes and plenary talks at flagship venues. He has received several recognitions and best papers’ awards at top international conferences, and led a number of international symposia and workshops in flagship ComSoc conferences. He is serving as the Lead Guest Editor in several journals including the IET Wireless Sensor Systems (WSS), MDPI Sensors and Wiley. He is also the publication chair for the IEEE International Conf. on Local Computer Networks (LCN’18). He is the sole author/editor for 7 recently published books about cognition and wireless sensor networks’ deployments in smart environments with Taylor and Francis, and the Springer Nature (Top tier publishers in the area).