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V SAI MANOJ, B.Tech, 3rd year Student, GMR Institute of Technology, Rajam
M BALAJEE, Sr. Asst. Prof., Dept. of CSE, GMRIT, Rajam, INDIA.
In this paper I discuss about a basic design of communication of smart objects. There are many designs for providing medium for communication of smart objects. It includes several components on background. But for both reliability and security we have to choose the best architecture for the design of communication of smart objects. Mostly Agent based architecture provides all the requirements and has most advantages. The basic implementation and design of smart objects through agent based architecture is the integration of three components: Agent, Cloud and Middleware. Agent-based computing can support development of decentralized, dynamic, cooperating and open IoT systems in terms of multi-agent systems. Cloud computing can enhance the IoT objects with high performance computing capabilities and huge storage resources. In general, middleware can ease a development process by integrating heterogeneous computing and communications devices, and supporting interoperability within the diverse applications and services.
Smart, Agent, Framework, Communication, IoT.
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V SAI MANOJ, M BALAJEE, Basic Design of Smart Object Communication in Agent based Approach, SCIREA Journal of Computer. Vol. 1 , No. 2 , 2016 , pp. 112 - 117 .
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