2016 IEEE 4th International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud Workshops (FiCloudW)

22-24 Aug. 2016

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  • Table of contents

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  • Message from the ICI 2016 Program Co-Chairs

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  • Multilayer Virtualized Systems Analysis with Kernel Tracing

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    This paper studies interactions between virtual machines and their host through the sharing of resources like physical CPUs. We present an analysis based on kernel tracing that erases the bounds between virtual machines and their host to reduce the multilayer system into a single layer. For this analysis we developed a view that displays a time line for each host's CPU, showing across time which p... View full abstract»

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  • A Coordination-Based Brokerage Architecture for Multi-cloud Resource Markets

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    With an increasing number of service providers in the cloud market, the competition between these is also increasing. Each provider attempts to attract customers by providing a high quality service with lowest possible cost and at the same time trying to make profit. Often, cloud resources are advertised and brokered in a spot market style, i.e., traded for immediate delivery. This paper proposes ... View full abstract»

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  • Legal and Regulative Aspects of IoT Cloud Systems

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    Organizations envisioning adopting cloud computing have to consider numerous factors, including technical, organizational, economical and relational ones. Legal and regulative constraints increase the complexity and can vary with different deployment models and service levels. Nowadays a growing number of powerful devices are joining the Internet. Data users produce with these devices are continuo... View full abstract»

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  • MobIoTSim: Towards a Mobile IoT Device Simulator

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    Currently a growing number of powerful devices join the Internet composing a world of smart devices, or things in the Internet of Things (IoT) perspective, significantly impacting the global traffic. There are also more and more cloud providers offering IoT-specific services, since cloud computing has the potential to satisfy IoT needs such as hiding data generation, processing and visualization t... View full abstract»

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  • Using Block Cipher for Confidentiality of Images in Cloud-Based Systems

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    This paper deals with outsourcing of computing to cloud servers where clients' images are computed and stored. It proposes a technique that obfuscates images before sending them to servers. Cloud servers can perform computation such as comparison on images without knowing the actual images. The proposed technique is expected to ensure confidentiality of images. In order to achieve this, we propose... View full abstract»

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  • Power Optimization of Large Scale Mobile Cloud System Using Cooperative Cloudlets

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    Reducing the total power consumption and network delay are among the most interesting issues facing large scale Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) systems and their ability to satisfy the Service Level Agreement (SLA). Such systems utilize cloudlet based infrastructure to support off-loading some of user's computationally heavy tasks to the cloudlets. However, the limited capabilities of the cloudlet sy... View full abstract»

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  • Mobile Health (m-Health) System in the Context of IoT

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    In this paper we describe the mobile health (m-health) system in the context of Internet of Things (IoT). We describe the fundamental characteristics of m-health devices such as compactness, IP connectivity, low-power consumption and security. We discuss acquisition of mobile health data via medical gadgets and wearables and application of this data in monitoring various health conditions such as ... View full abstract»

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