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We are observing an increasing trend of connecting embedded sensors and sensor networks to the Internet and publishing their output on the Web. We believe that this development is a precursor of a Web of Things, which gives realworld objects and places a Web presence that not only contains a static description of these entities, but also their real-time state. Just as document searches have become one of the most popular services on the Web, we argue that the search for realworld entitiesdoi:10.1109/jproc.2010.2062470 fatcat:avsbj434dzh7xgiodghduo6ofe