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D-LITe : Distributed Logic for Internet of Things sErvices

Abstract : Smartphones, PDA, Sensors, Actuators, Phidgets and Smart Objects (i.e. objects with processing and networking capabilities) are more and more present in everyday's life. Merging all these technologies with the Internet is often described as 'Internet of Things' (IoT). In the IoT vision, Things around us provide a pervasive network of interacting and interconnected devices. However building IoT applications is a long and arduous work, reserved for specialists, requiring specific knowledges in terms of network protocols and programming languages. The lack of widespread and easy-to-configure solutions is an obstacle for the development of this area. A universal framework, offering simplification and standardization, could facilitate the emergence of this promising field in terms of applications and business. IoT needs a solid foundation for rapid, simple development and deployment of new services. In this paper, we present DLITe, a universal framework for building IoT applications over heterogeneous sets of small devices. D-LITe offers solutions for deploying application's logic, and executing it on Smart Objects despite their heterogeneity. An implementation of DLITe on tiny devices, such as TelosB motes, allows to show that our framework is realistic even with the constraints of such devices.
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Sylvain Cherrier, Yacine Ghamri-Doudane, Stéphane Lohier, Gilles Roussel. D-LITe : Distributed Logic for Internet of Things sErvices. The 2011 IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things (iThings 2011), Oct 2011, Dalian, China. 9 pp. ⟨hal-00693377⟩



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