Fluid Computing in the Internet of Things: A Digital Twin Approach

2024 IEEE 21ST CONSUMER COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING CONFERENCE, CCNC(2024)

Cited 0|Views8
No score
Abstract
The concept of Fluid Computing entails a dynamic resource allocation approach, enabling seamless task migration between computing nodes. This paper investigates the fusion of Fluid Computing principles with the Internet of Things (IoT) and introduces the concept of Fluid Digital Twins (FDTs) i.e. cyber-physical entities that bridge the complexities of this integration. FDTs serve as intermediaries, overseeing fluid task migration, optimizing resource use, and simplifying interactions for external digital applications. The paper delves into challenges arising from this fusion, including limited IoT device capabilities, fragmentation, and the necessity of an intelligent intermediary layer. This research article models and presents FDT mechanics, features a prototype with experimental evaluation and concludes by discussing findings and potential future research directions.
More
Translated text
Key words
Digital Twins,Fluid Computing,Internet of Things,Web of Things
AI Read Science
Must-Reading Tree
Example
Generate MRT to find the research sequence of this paper
Chat Paper
Summary is being generated by the instructions you defined