An Arrival and Departure Time Predictor for Scheduling Communication in Opportunistic IoT
AbstractIn this article, an Arrival and Departure Time Predictor (ADTP) for scheduling communication in opportunistic Internet of Things (IoT) is presented. The proposed algorithm learns about temporal patterns of encounters between IoT devices and predicts future arrival and departure times, therefore future contact durations. By relying on such predictions, a neighbour discovery scheduler is proposed, capable of jointly optimizing discovery latency and power consumption in order to maximize communication time when contacts are expected with high probability and, at the same time, saving power when contacts are expected with low probability. A comprehensive performance evaluation with different sets of synthetic and real world traces shows that ADTP performs favourably with respect to previous state of the art. This prediction framework opens opportunities for transmission planners and schedulers optimizing not only neighbour discovery, but the entire communication process. View Full-Text
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Pozza, R.; Georgoulas, S.; Moessner, K.; Nati, M.; Gluhak, A.; Krco, S. An Arrival and Departure Time Predictor for Scheduling Communication in Opportunistic IoT. Sensors 2016, 16, 1852.
Pozza R, Georgoulas S, Moessner K, Nati M, Gluhak A, Krco S. An Arrival and Departure Time Predictor for Scheduling Communication in Opportunistic IoT. Sensors. 2016; 16(11):1852.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pozza, Riccardo; Georgoulas, Stylianos; Moessner, Klaus; Nati, Michele; Gluhak, Alexander; Krco, Srdjan. 2016. "An Arrival and Departure Time Predictor for Scheduling Communication in Opportunistic IoT." Sensors 16, no. 11: 1852.
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