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Publication . Conference object . 2018

Re-engineering IoT systems through ACOSO-Meth:the IETF CoRE based agent framework case study

Savaglio, C. (Claudio); Leppänen, T. (Teemu); Russo, W. (Wilma); Riekki, J. (Jukka); Fortino, G. (Giancarlo);
Open Access
Published: 01 Jan 2018
Publisher: RWTH Aachen University
Country: Finland

Abstract The Agent-based Cooperating Smart Objects methodology (ACOSO-Meth) fully supports the systematic development of Internet of Things (IoT) systems from analysis to implementation by tackling their manifold requirements (e.g., self-management, distributed smartness, interoperability). At the same time, ACOSO-Meth allows the re-engineering of existing IoT systems, thus enhancing their maintainability, reusability and extensibility. In such direction, this paper (i) first presents the integration of the resource-oriented agent framework complying with the IETF Constrained RESTful Environment (CoRE) framework into ACOSO-Meth; then (ii) reports a case study to exemplify the re-engineering of a resource-constrained agent application through the ACOSO-Meth metamodel-driven approach.


IETF CoRE, Internet of Things, Methodology, Resource-oriented Architecture, Smart Objects, Software Agents

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