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Seamless Authentication: For IoT-Big Data Technologies in Smart Industrial Application Systems
F. Al-Turjman,
Published in IEEE Computer Society
Volume: 17
Issue: 4
Pages: 2919 - 2927
Technological developments in communication technologies in the form of hardware and software have made unilateral sensor connectivity over Internet access that facilitates data observation and measurement of physical entities. A technology known as Internet of Things (IoT) is commonly referred to as the connectivity of Internet devices that provides the communication interactivity between the physical and the cyber objects. One of the key objectives of Internet computing is to simplify human activities and improve the user experience and device access. To explore its basic challenges, big data is somehow diversified into smart-data intelligence that transforms the raw semantic data into smart-data. The transformation approaches realize the significance of productivity and financial gain, which in turn offers a better decision-making process and privacy preservation. Moreover, the intelligent system collects raw data from different devices that analyze the extracted information. Since IoT plays a significant role in the development of a new source dataset, a seamless authentication protocol (SAP) is preferably chosen to coalesce data inference, algorithm development, and technological advancement. The comparative analysis proves that the proposed SAP consumes less computation and communication overhead as compared to other authentication schemes. © 2005-2012 IEEE.
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