An SRN-based model for quantitative evaluation of IoT quality attributes

Goudarzi, Shidrokh ORCID:, Sanahmadi ahmadi, Arman and Abdollahi Azgomi, Mohammad (2023) An SRN-based model for quantitative evaluation of IoT quality attributes. Internet of Things, 23. ISSN 2543-1536

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Today, the Internet of Things (IoT) is widely used in various fields, including health control, smart
cities, intelligent buildings, and so on. One of the severe concerns in IoT systems is the issue of
energy consumption and its management. IoT systems have limited energy resources, and in this
regard, these limited resources must be managed appropriately. To design and build IoT systems,
various aspects such as usable chips, types of communication protocols, timing of sending and
receiving data, and so on, directly affect the system’s energy consumption. Therefore, it is
necessary to model and evaluate the energy consumption of IoT systems before building and
implementing the system. Using an appropriate model makes it possible to investigate and understand how much the system consumes energy and how it is in conformity with the system’s
demands. This paper presents a stochastic reward net (SRN)-based model for modeling and
quantitative evaluation of system energy consumption. To solve and evaluate the model, the
proposed model is converted into an SRN model based on a series of automatic transformations.
The proposed model is used in a case study to show how the model works and the results are
given in the paper.

Item Type: Article
Identifier: 10.1016/j.iot.2023.100894
Keywords: Internet of things (IoT); Power management; Quantitative evaluation; stochastic reward nets (SRNs)
Subjects: Computing
Depositing User: Shidrokh Goudarzi
Date Deposited: 09 Oct 2023 10:47
Last Modified: 06 Feb 2024 16:16


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