Desafios de Pesquisa em Arquiteturas para IoT social


As aplicações em IoT Social, com suas diferentes naturezas, apresentam vários desafios na concepção, definição da arquitetura, implementação e gerenciamento das relações. Este artigo realiza uma Revisão Sistemática de Literatura - RSL, onde seleciona as pesquisas recentes nesta área, com intuito de investigar as características arquiteturais e as lacunas de pesquisa ainda existentes. Como principal contribuição deste estudo, destacaríamos os aspectos arquiteturais mais importantes para uma solução Social IoT, bem como os estudos que dão ênfase a determinada temática estão agrupados, isso pode guiar futuras pesquisas na área e favorecer o desenvolvimento de novas soluções. Por fim, uma síntese das contribuições dos trabalhos selecionados está descrita.

Palavras-chave: Funcionalidades chave, Ambiente Inteligente, Gestão de Relacionamentos, Internet das Coisas Social


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CAMARGO, Leandro; PERNAS, Ana Marilza; YAMIN, Adenauer; HAERTEL, Felipe. Desafios de Pesquisa em Arquiteturas para IoT social. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE COMPUTAÇÃO UBÍQUA E PERVASIVA (SBCUP), 13. , 2021, Evento Online. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2021 . p. 1-10. ISSN 2595-6183. DOI: