The case for energy-aware simulation and modelling of internet of things (IoT)

Matthew Forshaw, Nigel Thomas, A. Stephen McGough
<span title="">2016</span> <i title="ACM Press"> Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Energy-Aware Simulation - ENERGY-SIM &#39;16 </i> &nbsp;
Existing approaches to energy management of large scale distributed systems are ill-equipped to handle the challenges introduced by the dynamic and self-adaptive nature of the Internet of Things. In this position paper we motivate the need for energy-aware modelling and simulation approaches for IoT infrastructures, to facilitate what-if analyses, and support design decisions and runtime optimisation. We identify open challenges and research opportunities in the energyaware simulation and modelling of IoT.
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