Resource Symmetric Dispatch Model for Internet of Things on Advanced Logistics

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Guofeng Qin ; Lisheng Wang ; Qiyan Li (2016)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
  • Journal: Symmetry (issn: 2073-8994)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/sym8040020
  • Subject: Internet of Things | network integration | symmetric resource dispatch | cooperative systems | logistics service lifecycle | Mathematics | QA1-939

Business applications in advanced logistics service are highly concurrent. In this paper, we propose a resource symmetric dispatch model for the concurrent and cooperative tasks of the Internet of Things. In the model, the terminals receive and deliver commands, data, and information with mobile networks, wireless networks, and sensor networks. The data and information are classified and processed by the clustering servers in the cloud service platform. The cluster service, resource dispatch, and load balance are cooperative for management and monitoring of every application case during the logistics service lifecycle. In order to support the high performance of cloud service, resource symmetric dispatch algorithm among clustering servers and load balancing method among multi-cores in one server, including NIO (Non-blocking Input/Output) and RMI (Remote Method Invocation) are utilized to dispatch the cooperation of computation and service resources.
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