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IEEE 2013 Tencon - Spring
The Internet of Things (IoT) was of a vision in which all physical objects are tagged and uniquely identified using RFID transponders or readers. Nowadays, research into the IoT has extended this vision to the connectivity of Things to anything, anyone, anywhere and at anytime. The IoT has grown into multiple dimensions, which encompasses various networks of applications, computers, devices, as well as physical and virtual objects, referred to as things or objects, that are interconnecteddoi:10.1109/tenconspring.2013.6584443 fatcat:3o3jglik3rcv5fvaprz4vqcfhe