IoT Component Design and Implementation using Discrete Event Specification Simulations

Abstract : The Internet of Things (IoT) approach enables rapid innovation in the area of internet connected devices and associated cloud services. An IoT node can be defined as a flexible platform for interacting with real world objects and making data about those objects accessible through the internet. Communication between nodes is discrete event-oriented and the simulation process play an important role in defining assembly of nodes. In this paper, we propose the definition of a modeling and simulation scheme based on a discrete-event formalism in order to specify at the very early phase of the design of an ambient system: (i) the behavior of the components involved in the ambient system to be implemented; (ii) the possibility to define a set of strategies which can be implemented in the execution machine. The DEVSimPy environment is then used to implement the example of a switchable on/off lamp.
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Sixth International Conference on Advances in System Simulation (SIMUL2014), Oct 2014, Nice, France. pp.71-76, 2014
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Sehili Souhila, Laurent Capocchi, J.F. Santucci. IoT Component Design and Implementation using Discrete Event Specification Simulations. Sixth International Conference on Advances in System Simulation (SIMUL2014), Oct 2014, Nice, France. pp.71-76, 2014. 〈hal-01083105〉

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