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2021 International Balkan Conference on Communications and Networking (BalkanCom)
This paper introduces and discusses some recent advances in the field of information freshness for Internet of things (IoT) applications. Focusing on a setup in which a large number of transmitters share a common wireless channel to deliver updates to a common receiver, we tackle in particular the role played by random access policies based on variations of the basic ALOHA protocol, employed in most practical IoT systems. The fundamental trade-offs that emerge are discussed together with thedoi:10.1109/balkancom53780.2021.9593228 fatcat:6545vtxhcnfp5dtifpweaq57k4