Journal article

FOCAN: A Fog-supported smart city network architecture for management of applications in the Internet of Everything environments

Paola G Vinueza Naranjo, Zahra Pooranian, Mohammad Shojafar, Mauro Conti, Rajkumar Buyya

Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing | Elsevier | Published : 2019

Abstract

Smart city vision brings emerging heterogeneous communication technologies such as Fog Computing (FC) together to substantially reduce the latency and energy consumption of Internet of Everything (IoE) devices running various applications. The key feature that distinguishes the FC paradigm for smart cities is that it spreads communication and computing resources over the wired/wireless access network (e.g., proximate access points and base stations) to provide resource augmentation (e.g., cyberforaging) for resource- and energy-limited wired/wireless (possibly mobile) things. Motivated by these considerations, this paper presents a Fog-supported smart city network architecture called Fog Com..

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Grants

Awarded by Marie Curie Fellowship - European Commission


Awarded by EU TagltSmart! Project


Awarded by EU-India REACH Project


Awarded by Cisco University Research Program Fund


Funding Acknowledgements

Mauro Conti is supported by a Marie Curie Fellowship funded by the European Commission (agreement PCIG11-GA-2012-321980). This work is also partially supported by the EU TagltSmart! Project (agreement H2020-ICT30-2015-688061), the EU-India REACH Project (agreement ICI+/2014/342-896), and by the projects "Physical-Layer Security for Wireless Communication", "Adaptive Failure and QoS-aware Controller over Cloud Data Center to Preserve Robustness and Integrity of the Incoming Traffic", and "Content Centric Networking: Security and Privacy Issues" funded by the University of Padua. This work is partially supported by the Grant No. 2017-166478 (3696) from Cisco University Research Program Fund and Silicon Valley Community Foundation and Melbourne-Chindia Cloud Computing (MC<SUP>3</SUP>) Research Network