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DaTOS: Data Transmission Optimization Scheme in Tactile Internet-based Fog Computing Applications

Abstract

In the Tactile Internet-based fog computing architecture, the sensor devices represent the basic elements for sensing the surrounding environment. They gather a large amount of data due to their use in various real-world Tactile Internet applications. The huge amount of transmitted data from sensor devices to the fog gateway then to the cloud would lead to high data traffic over the network, increased consumed energy, and increased delay to provide the decision at the Fog gateway. These challenges represent a hurdle in the Tactile Internet-based fog system. This paper suggests a Data Transmission Optimization Scheme (DaTOS) in Tactile Internet-based Fog Computing Applications. The protocol works on two-level devices in the Tactile Internet-based fog computing architecture: sensor devices and fog gateway. The DaTOS implements a Lightweight Redundant Data Removing (LiReDaR) Algorithm at the sensor devices level to lower the gathered data before sending them to the fog gateway. In fog gateway, it executes a Data Set Redundancy Elimination (DaSeRE) approach to discard the repetitive data set resulting from the spatial correlation among the data readings sets of sensor nodes. To evaluate the performance of the DaTOS, it was compared to its counterpart methods in the literature like ATP, PFF and Harb. Simulation results indicate that DaTOS outperforms these methods in terms of transmitted data, energy consumption, and data accuracy.
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hal-03943313 , version 1 (17-01-2023)

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Ali Kadhum Idrees, Tara Ali-Yahiya, Sara Idrees, Raphael Couturier. DaTOS: Data Transmission Optimization Scheme in Tactile Internet-based Fog Computing Applications. 2022 IEEE 33rd Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), Sep 2022, Kyoto, Japan. pp.01-06, ⟨10.1109/PIMRC54779.2022.9977593⟩. ⟨hal-03943313⟩
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