Ivan Dimitry Zyrianoff

Ivan Dimitry Zyrianoff
University of Bologna | UNIBO · Department of Computer Science and Engineering DISI

Master of Engineering

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Introduction
Ivan Dimitry has a bachelor degree in Computer Scientist and a Masters's in Information Engineering both from the Federal University of ABC (UFABC) in Brazil. Ivan researches Computer Communications, the Internet of Things, Fog computing. Currently is a Ph.D. Student at the University of Bologna in the program of Engineering and Information Technology for Structural and Environmental Monitoring and Risk Management.

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Layered internet of things (IoT) architectures have been proposed over the last years as they facilitate understanding the roles of different networking, hardware, and software components of smart applications. These are inherently distributed, spanning from devices installed in the field up to a cloud datacenter and further to a user smartphone, p...
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The emergence of a new breed of smart applications requires middleware platforms that enable the rapid development of IoT-based solutions, which can be hosted partially in fog nodes, as well as in a traditional cloud datacenter. Currently, there is no scalable de facto open IoT platform but the European Commission is pushing FIWARE to fill this gap...
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is getting momentum, which drives us to design solutions able to deal with huge amounts of data coming from different sorts of sensors in order to make decisions to adapt system behavior automatically. While in recent years many IoT-based reasoning systems have already been proposed, there are no comprehensive results r...
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The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) and its innumerous applications for Smart Cities emphasizes the need for context-aware systems able to adapt behavior automatically to instant environment conditions. Currently, there is a gap in terms of understanding how context information is interrelated, as well as tracking which events occurred under...
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Soluções têm sido propostas para gerenciar dispositivos IoT em ambientes complexos, principalmente em Cidades Inteligentes. Embora escalabilidade seja uma característica imprescindível nesses sistemas, não existe uma plataforma de testes adequada para avaliar e comprovar a eficiência e escalabilidade desses softwares. Além disso, os cenários propos...
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The Internet of Things (IoT) envisions a global market in which it would be possible to easily get data from IoT devices across the globe. However, the potential of this idea still needs to be unlocked. Centralized architectures fall short due to their lack of transparency and tendency to create silos. On the other hand, blockchain technology enabl...
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Condition Monitoring (CM) is an extremely critical application of the Internet of Things (IoT) within Industry 4.0 and Smart City scenarios, especially following the recent energy crisis. CM aims to monitor the status of a physical appliance over time and in real time in order to react promptly when anomalies are detected, as well as perform pr...
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Low latency is an essential constraint for many emerging Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Cloud-based solutions can impose excessive network and processing latency that might hinder the system's operation. On the other hand, offloading tasks to the edge layer - close to where data is consumed - might be unfeasible in many situations due to th...
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The management of IoT solutions is a complex task due to their inherent distribution and heterogeneity. IoT management approaches focus on devices and connectivity, thus lacking a comprehensive understanding of the different software, hardware, and communication components that comprise an IoT-based solution. This paper proposes a novel four-layer...
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The rapid and exponential growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been generating a new breed of technologies that introduce several different protocols and interfaces. The Web of Things (WoT) architecture stands out as an emerging and potential solution to improve interoperability across IoT platforms by describing well-defined software interfa...
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The chaotic growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) determined a fragmented landscape with a huge number of devices, technologies and platforms available on the market, and consequential issues of interoperability on many system deployments. The recent W3C Web of Things (WoT) standards aimed to ease the deployment of heterogeneous systems by introdu...
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Plataformas de IoT gerenciam sensores, atuadores e dados distribuídos, conectando dispositivos heterogêneos com aplicações que agregam valor aos dados coletados. Embora existam diversas plataformas de IoT, muitas são complexas, pouco versáteis e caras, carecendo ainda de informações sobre o seu desempenho e escalabilidade, prejudicando uma comparaç...
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Smart agriculture requires new hardware and software solutions in order to achieve its goals of improved productivity. The SWAMP project develops a platform for smart water management using IoT, cloud and fog computing, and machine learning, among other technologies. This paper presents the SWAMP Farmer App for water status monitoring and irrigatio...
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Smart agriculture is increasingly seen as a solution to global sustainability problems such as global warming, waste of water resources, excessive use of pesticides, and low economic activity. The core of this technology is the acquisition of data from the soil, crop, and climate to act in the production. Several solutions exist, but many are propr...
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As LoRaWAN has been increasingly used in the Internet of Things (IoT) smart agriculture, efficacious deployments of this technology need a clear understanding of its performance and scalability tradeoffs. This paper proposes a two-step methodology to evaluate the performance of LoRaWAN based on simulation for understanding the behavior of the air i...
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The concept of Internet of Things (IoT) comes with a large number of devices linked to the Internet, including urban, industrial and agriculture environment. Managing and monitoring these devices, whether virtual or physical, across multiple hardware and software platforms, is a major challenge. There are market solutions but for specific domain an...
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LoRaWAN is a new technology that has been consolidating as a key data communication component to send data in IoT-based systems, due to its ability to send data over long distances with low energy costs. However, literature considers only wireless aspects, disregarding its computational aspects and its integration with IoT platforms, as well as ign...
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The concepts of Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) have promoted network chaining, or Service Function Chain (SFC), quickly and simply. In dynamic infrastructure scenarios, the management of SFC introduces challenges both for the connection of these elements and for understanding their behavior when automatic...
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The concepts of Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) have promoted network chaining, or Service Chaining(SC), quickly and simply. In dynamic infrastructure scenarios, the management of these virtual elements presents challenges both for the connection of these elements and for the evaluation of their states in e...
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Resumo. A implantação de aplicações baseadas em Internet das Coisas (IoT) para Cidades Inteligentes enfatiza a necessidade de soluções para detectar automaticamente eventos de interesse nesses sistemas. Alguns cenários, como iluminação pública inteligente e monitoramento de usuários em praças digitais, são exemplos que geram uma quantidade massiva...
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Context-Aware Management Systems have been proposed in the last years to perform automatic decision making for the Internet of Things. Although scalability is an indispensable feature for those systems, there are no comprehensive results reporting their performance. This paper shows results of a performance analysis study of different context-aware...
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The importance of energy in our society has been growing drastically but still, public buildings are very inefficient when it comes to managing energy. Current management systems are usually designed for automating lighting and HVAC. We see the potential of using IoT in this scenario but unfortunately developing context-aware IoT systems still take...

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