Year:2022   Volume: 4   Issue: 2   Area: Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering

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Zaid MUNDHER, Wael Wadullah HADEED, Thaer ALRAMLI

ON THE CONSUMPTION OF RESOURCES OF THE HYBRID OBJECTS IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) introduces a variety of challenges. One of the most frequent challenges is the consumption of resources (e.g., power and memory). The consumption of resources is considered an important aspect when it comes to the general performance of the system. Therefore, it is important to consider this kind of issue before designing such systems or applications. This research aims to assess the number of resources consumed when having hybrid objects (static and dynamic) in the Internet of Things (IoT). The objects considered in this work can be devices such as sensors, smartphones, or other sensing objects that can be used in exchanging data (resources). The settings of the experiments performed in this work vary including colorful parameters (i.e., object deployment, movement patterns, and routing protocols) and a combination of them. In this work, 4 groups of experiments are designed considering different parameters. The simulations are evaluated in terms of two metrics; the amount of data exchanged and covered areas. These two metrics are used as indicators to measure the consumption of resources. The findings showed that the Gaussian strategy in deploying the static and mobile nodes in the IoT can reduce the consumption of resources (e.g., memory and power) and cover more areas within the simulation environment regardless of the movement pattern and the routing protocols used.

Keywords: Silver Nanoatoms, Negative impact, Polymers, Environmental Hazardous, Toxicity

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8234.11.10


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