Internet of Things and Ubiquety Computing

Major: Telecommunications and Radio Engineering
Code of subject: 7.172.02.E.39
Credits: 7.00
Department: Telecommunication
Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. Ivan Demydov
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: As a result, after the discipline laerning, the specialist must know: • the features of informatization system platforms based on the concept of the Internet of Things; • architectural concepts of information and communication system platform design based on the concept of the Internet of Things: a synthetic approach to RFID, sensor technology in general, wireless telecommunication systems, localization principles of "things", means of ubiquitous computing; • theoretical and practical approaches to the development and support of information and communication technology solutions, hardware and software systems based on the concept of the Internet of Things; • skills in the field of creation and programming of high performance and fault tolerant information and communication systems, including in the framework of the concept of the Internet of Things.
Required prior and related subjects: prerequisites: • Informatics (by professions), part 1 (bachelor program); • Informatics (by professions), part 2 (bachelor program); • Telecommunications software (bachelor program); • Technologies of the program platforms development; • Distributed service systems and cloud technologies.
Summary of the subject: Introduction to the Internet of Things and ubiquitous computing. Review of current approaches and concepts. Key challenges and problems of the use of the Internet of Things and ubiquitous computing. The future of the Internet of Things. Features of teaching and assessment methods. Radio Frequency Identification Technology (RFID). Potential applications, protocols, software middleware. Security and privacy. Wireless networking platform. Mobile communication systems in IoT. Features of physical and link layer EMVVS ISO / OSI. TCP in the IoT. Efficacy and safety of wireless information and communication platforms. Sensor networks and wireless sensor network system. Basic definitions and basic technology. Difficulties and problems in the use of sensor network systems. The main limitations and problems. Technologies for localization devices in the concept of IoT. Principles and methods of detection. Geolocation systems.
Assessment methods and criteria: • written reports on laboratory work, streaming blitz testing, evaluation of individual research tasks (defense) (40%); • final control (60% verification event, exam), written-oral form (60%).
Recommended books: 1. Vinod Namboodiri, Lixin Gao, "Energy Aware Tag Anti-Collision Protocols for RFID Systems", Proceedings of IEEE Pervasive Computing (PerCom'07), March 2007. 2. Jihoon Myung, Wonjun Lee, Jaideep Srivastava, and Timothy K. Shih, “Tag-Splitting: Adaptive Collision Arbitration Protocols for RFID Tag Identification”, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Vol. 18, No. 6, June 2007. 3. Jue Wang and Dina Katabi, "Dude, Where’s My Card? RFID Positioning That Works with Multipath and Non-Line of Sight", ACM Sigcomm, 2013. 4. Anshul Rai, Krishna Chintalapudi, Venkata N. Padmanabhan and Rijurekha Sen, “Zee: Zero-Effort Crowdsourcing for Indoor Localization”, ACM Mobicom 2012. 5. Hongbo Liu, Yu Gan, Jie Yang, Simon Sidhom, Yingying Chen and Fan Ye, “Push the Limit of WiFi based Localization for Smartphones”, ACM Mobicom 2012. 6. Tianji Li, Mi Kyung Han, Apurva Bhartia, Lili Qiu, Eric Rozner, Ying Zhang, and Brad Zarikoff, “CRMA: Collision-Resistant Multiple Access”, ACM Mobicom 2011. 7. Xinyu Zhang and Kang G. Shin, “E-MiLi: energy-Minimizing Idle Listening in Wireless Networks”, ACM Mobicom 2011. 8. Souvik Sen, Romit Roy Choudhury, and Srihari Nelakuditi, “No Time to Countdown: Migrating Backoff to the Frequency Domain”, ACM Mobicom 2011. 9. Souvik Sen, Romit Roy Choudhury, and Srihari Nelakuditi, “CSMA/CN: Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Notification”, ACM Mobicom 2010. 10. Brett D. Higgins, Azarias Reda, Timur Alperovich, Jason Flinn, Thomas J. Giuli, Brian D. Noble, and David Watson, “Intentional Networking: Opportunistic Exploitation of Mobile Network Diversity”, ACM Mobicom 2010. 11. Hariharan Rahul, Farinaz Edalat, Dina Katabi, and Charles Sodini, “FARA: Frequency-aware Rate Adaptation and MAC Protocols”, ACM Mobicom 2009. 12. Anirudh Natarajan, Buddhika De Silva, Kok Kiong Yap, and Mehul Motani, “Link Layer Behavior of Body Area Networks at 2.4 GHz”, ACM Mobicom 2009. 13. Jie Liu, Bodhi Priyantha, Ted Hart, Heitor Ramos, Antonio A F Loureiro, and Qiang Wang, “Energy-Efficient GPS Sensing with Cloud Offloading”, ACM Sensys 2012. 14. Rijurekha Sen, Abhinav Maurya, Bhaskaran Raman, Rupesh Mehta, Ramakrishnan Kalyanaraman, Nagamanoj Vankadhara, Swaroop Roy, and Prashima Sharma, “Kyun Queue: A Sensor Network System To Monitor Road Traffic Queues”, ACM Sensys 2012. 15. Timothy W. Hnat, Erin Griffiths, Raymond Dawson, and Kamin Whitehouse, “Doorjamb: Unobtrusive Room-level Tracking of People in Homes using Doorway Sensors”, ACM Sensys 2012. 16. Alireza Vahdatpour, Navid Amini, and Majid Sarrafzadeh, “On-body Device Localization for Health and Medical Monitoring Applications,” IEEE Percom 2011. 17. Seyed Amir Hoseinitabatabaei, Alexander Gluhak, and Rahim Tafazolli, ”uDirect: A Novel Approach for Pervasive Observation of User Direction with Mobile Phones,” IEEE Percom 2011. 18. Haibo Ye, Tao Gu, Xiaorui Zhu, Jingwei Xu, Xianping Tao, Jian Lu, and Ning Jin, “FTrack: Infrastructure-free Floor Localization via Mobile Phone Sensing”, IEEE Percom 2012. 19. Ayan Banerjee and Sandeep Gupta, “Your Mobility can be Injurious to Your Health: Analyzing Pervasive Health Monitoring Systems under Dynamic Context Changes”, IEEE Percom 2012. 20. Sean K. Barker, Aditya Kr. Mishra, David Irwin, Prashant Shenoy, and Jeannie R. Albrecht, “SmartCap: Flattening Peak Electricity Demand in Smart Home”, IEEE Percom 2012.