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A resource oriented architecture for the Web of Things

A resource oriented architecture for the Web of Things,10.1109/IOT.2010.5678452,Dominique Guinard,Vlad Trifa,Erik Wilde

A resource oriented architecture for the Web of Things   (Citations: 9)
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Many efforts are centered around creating large-scale networks of “smart things” found in the physical world (e.g., wireless sensor and actuator networks, embedded devices, tagged objects). Rather than exposing real-world data and functionality through proprietary and tightly-coupled systems, we propose to make them an integral part of the Web. As a result, smart things become easier to build upon. Popular Web languages (e.g., HTML, Python, JavaScript, PHP) can be used to easily build applications involving smart things and users can leverage well-known Web mechanisms (e.g., browsing, searching, bookmarking, caching, linking) to interact and share these devices. In this paper, we begin by describing the Web of Things architecture and best-practices based on the RESTful principles that have already contributed to the popular success, scalability, and modularity of the traditional Web. We then discuss several prototypes designed in accordance with these principles to connect environmental sensor nodes and an energy monitoring system to the World Wide Web. We finally show how Web-enabled smart things can be used in lightweight ad-hoc applications called “physical mashups”.
Conference: The Internet of Things - IOT , 2010
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    • ...A more Web-friendly, RESTful approach, on the other hand, exposes information in the interlinked fashion of Web resources [5]...

    Yiming Liuet al. Personalized location-based services

    • ...Therefore, in this layer, there are cloud computing centers, directory management severs, REST [6] based web service servers and etc...

    Dong Chenet al. A Novel Secure Architecture for the Internet of Things

    • ...In a client browser, background execution of a JavaScript program [27] that has been downloaded from the O-CS together with the metadata controls asynchronous pre-fetching based on HTTP request and reassembly of blocks of all sub-streams to replay the video...
    • ...This data can be described in a JSON format, and such a style of web service is referred to as “RESTfull” [27]...

    Yasuhiro Miyao. An Overlay Architecture of Global Inter-Data Center Networking for Fas...

    • ...Being a successful, long-lived IETF standard, HTTP allows us to combine different resources or services with very little scripting effort in so called ‘mashups.’ This interoperability is the key argument for the ‘Web of Things’ initiative [3] to push HTTP down to the device level...
    • ...They used, however, an intermediate JavaEE server that rendered the information in HTML and used corresponding forms to interact via application-level gateway. This approach is also used in [3]...

    Matthias Kovatsch. Demo abstract: Human-CoAP interaction with Copper

    • ...Systems using the REST paradigm and HTTP as a basic architecture for communicating with smart objects are subsumed under the term Web of Things [17]...
    • ...However, for most common applications, the small overhead is justified by the greater ease of interaction [17, 37]...
    • ...Our work shows that the Web of Things approach [17], where RESTful APIs are bound to physical objects and thereby integrated in the web, can also be successfully applied to prototyping the smart energy domain...

    Markus Weisset al. Increasing energy awareness through web-enabled power outlets

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