• List of Articles IoT

      • Open Access Article

        1 - Safe Use of the Internet of Things for Privacy Enhancing
        hojatallah hamidi
        New technologies and their uses have always had complex economic, social, cultural, and legal implications, with accompanying concerns about negative consequences. So it will probably be with the IoT and their use of data and attendant location privacy concerns. It must Full Text
        New technologies and their uses have always had complex economic, social, cultural, and legal implications, with accompanying concerns about negative consequences. So it will probably be with the IoT and their use of data and attendant location privacy concerns. It must be recognized that management and control of information privacy may not be sufficient according to traditional user and public preferences. Society may need to balance the benefits of increased capabilities and efficiencies of the IoT against a possibly inevitably increased visibility into everyday business processes and personal activities. Much as people have come to accept increased sharing of personal information on the Web in exchange for better shopping experiences and other advantages, they may be willing to accept increased prevalence and reduced privacy of information. Because information is a large component of IoT information, and concerns about its privacy are critical to widespread adoption and confidence, privacy issues must be effectively addressed. The purpose of this paper is which looks at five phases of information flow, involving sensing, identification, storage, processing, and sharing of this information in technical, social, and legal contexts, in the IoT and three areas of privacy controls that may be considered to manage those flows, will be helpful to practitioners and researchers when evaluating the issues involved as the technology advances. Manuscript Document
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        2 - Energy Efficient Routing-Based Clustering Protocol Using Computational Intelligence Algorithms in Sensor-Based IoT
        mohammad sedighimanesh Hessam  Zandhessami Mahmood  Alborzi Mohammadsadegh  Khayyatian
        Background: The main limitation of wireless IoT sensor-based networks is their energy resource, which cannot be charged or replaced because, in most applications, these sensors are usually applied in places where they are not accessible or rechargeable. Objective: The p Full Text
        Background: The main limitation of wireless IoT sensor-based networks is their energy resource, which cannot be charged or replaced because, in most applications, these sensors are usually applied in places where they are not accessible or rechargeable. Objective: The present article's main objective is to assist in improving energy consumption in the sensor-based IoT network and thus increase the network’s lifetime. Cluster heads are used to send data to the base station. Methods: In the present paper, the type-1 fuzzy algorithm is employed to select cluster heads, and the type-2 fuzzy algorithm is used for routing between cluster heads to the base station. After selecting the cluster head using the type-1 fuzzy algorithm, the normal nodes become the members of the cluster heads and send their data to the cluster head, and then the cluster heads transfer the collected data to the main station through the path which has been determined by the type-2 fuzzy algorithm. Results: The proposed algorithm was implemented using MATLAB simulator and compared with LEACH, DEC, and DEEC protocols. The simulation results suggest that the proposed protocol among the mentioned algorithms increases the network’s lifetime in homogeneous and heterogeneous environments. Conclusion: Due to the energy limitation in sensor-based IoT networks and the impossibility of recharging the sensors in most applications, the use of computational intelligence techniques in the design and implementation of these algorithms considerably contributes to the reduction of energy consumption and ultimately the increase in network’s lifetime. Manuscript Document