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IoT problems and design patterns which are appropriate to solve them

Mariya Armyanova

Conferences of the department Informatics, 2019, issue 1, 291-305

Abstract: Internet of Things provides the possibility to cooperation and manage the devices with the global network. But the development of IoT systems is fraught with a variety of complicated problems and a good solution is to use design patterns. IoT patterns are still not strictly defined and classified as the domain is under development in the moment. The purpose of the report is to present com-mon problems and opportunities to overcome them through IoT patterns. The applied approach includes research and analysis of scientific publications, offi-cial websites and design patterns classification. The report results are useful for IoT system developers who want to know about common problems and how to be solved and where to find appropriate design patterns to their problem. The main conclusion of the report is that in order to be easily found when needed, the IoT patterns are appropriate to be classified by the groups of problems they solve. In the report, the approach for classification of IoT design patterns is pointed out and by the defined criteria they are classified.

Keywords: design patterns; IoT; security; Design; Architecture (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C8 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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