Information technology
Secure Communication of the Integrated IoT and Cloud Computing

Aveen Othman Abdalrahman; Khalid Kadhim Jabbar; Araz B. Karim; Omar Younis Abdulhammed

Volume 4, Special issue , November 2022, , Pages 40-50

https://doi.org/10.24271/psr.2022.160802

Abstract
  One advanced technology that is expanding quickly in the communications area is the integration of Cloud computing with the IoT. This is because it is quick, easy, and inexpensive to use. Since the information sent between the sender and recipient is vulnerable to threats and attacks through eavesdropping ...  Read More

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Dynamic Routing Protocol in The Internet of Things (IoT)

Rzgar Sirwan Raza; Abdalbasit Mohammed Qadir

Volume 4, Special issue , November 2022, , Pages 80-91

https://doi.org/10.24271/psr.2022.161642

Abstract
  In March 2012, Internet Engineering Task Force adopted IPv6 for lossy and low power networks (RPL) as the standard IoT routing protocol. After then, it found use in a wide variety of IoT settings. Although RPL provides a great deal of what an IoT network requires, it was not initially designed for such ...  Read More

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A Survey of Simulation Tools for Modelling Internet of Thing

Bilal Najmaddin Rashid; Karzan Hussein Sharif; Twana Hussein Shreef

Volume 4, Issue 1 , June 2022, , Pages 37-44

https://doi.org/10.24271/psr.2022.313553.1105

Abstract
  The Internet of Things (IoT) is a revolutionary technology that has shifted lifestyle from traditional to high-tech. Many critical research studies and investigations have been conducted to improve technology through IoT. IoT has a vast range of applications in many fields such as the military, healthcare, ...  Read More

Adaptive Load Balanced Routing in IOT Networks: A Distributed Learning Approach

Rzgar Sirwan; muzhir al-ani

Volume 3, Issue 1 , March 2021, , Pages 102-106

https://doi.org/10.24271/psr.19

Abstract
  Facilitating large-scale load-efficient Internet of things (IoT) connectivity is a vital step toward realizing the networked society. Although legacy wide-area wireless systems are heavily based on network-side coordination, such centralized methods will become infeasible in the future, by the unbalanced ...  Read More