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A Large Scale Code Resolution Service Network in the Internet of Things
AbstractIn the Internet of Things a code resolution service provides a discovery mechanism for a requester to obtain the information resources associated with a particular product code immediately. In large scale application scenarios a code resolution service faces some serious issues involving heterogeneity, big data and data ownership. A code resolution service network is required to address these issues. Firstly, a list of requirements for the network architecture and code resolution services is proposed. Secondly, in order to eliminate code resolution conflicts and code resolution overloads, a code structure is presented to create a uniform namespace for code resolution records. Thirdly, we propose a loosely coupled distributed network consisting of heterogeneous, independent; collaborating code resolution services and a SkipNet based code resolution service named SkipNet-OCRS, which not only inherits DHT’s advantages, but also supports administrative control and autonomy. For the external behaviors of SkipNet-OCRS, a novel external behavior mode named QRRA mode is proposed to enhance security and reduce requester complexity. For the internal behaviors of SkipNet-OCRS, an improved query algorithm is proposed to increase query efficiency. It is analyzed that integrating SkipNet-OCRS into our resolution service network can meet our proposed requirements. Finally, simulation experiments verify the excellent performance of SkipNet-OCRS.
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Yu, H.; Zhang, H.; Fang, B.; Yu, X. A Large Scale Code Resolution Service Network in the Internet of Things. Sensors 2012, 12, 15206-15243.View more citation formats
Yu H, Zhang H, Fang B, Yu X. A Large Scale Code Resolution Service Network in the Internet of Things. Sensors. 2012; 12(11):15206-15243.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yu, Haining; Zhang, Hongli; Fang, Binxing; Yu, Xiangzhan. 2012. "A Large Scale Code Resolution Service Network in the Internet of Things." Sensors 12, no. 11: 15206-15243.