THE SOCIAL INTERNETOF THINGS
Social Internet of Things (1/2)       Totalnumber of humans in the world:        around 7 billions       Expected number...
Social Internet of Things (2/2)       Advantages            Navigability*            Scalable            Trustworthine...
SIoT - Types of Relationships                            Parental object relationship                                    C...
SIoT - Relational Models                                                (1/4)                                             ...
SIoT - Relational Models                       (2/4)                                Equality matching                     ...
SIoT - Relational Models                       (3/4)                                Authority ranking                     ...
SIoT - Relational Models                       (4/4)                                Market pricing                        ...
Your operator     Free WiFi                                                I got the highest                              ...
SIoT Components                         Social                                                     Rela-                  ...
SIoT Architecture                                                    11                                                   ...
Probability distributions of the minimum path length between a pair of   12/           randomly selected objects in SIoT a...
SOME PUBLICATIONSThe Social Internet of Things (SIoT)–When social networksmeet the Internet of Things: Concept, architectu...
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  1. 1. THE SOCIAL INTERNETOF THINGS
  2. 2. Social Internet of Things (1/2)  Totalnumber of humans in the world: around 7 billions  Expected number of objects: trillions  How to find the right object?  Among humans … 2 Social networks! Why not the same for objects?The Social Internet of Things
  3. 3. Social Internet of Things (2/2)  Advantages  Navigability*  Scalable  Trustworthiness *J. Kleinberg, “The small-world phenomenon: an algorithmic perspective” in Proc. of ACM Symposium on Theory and Computing, 2000 Reason Humans Things Become visible Increase popularity Publish information/services Find resources Find old friends Find information/services Obtain context information Get filtered information Get environment characteristics Find new services/updated 3 Discover new resources Find new friends informationThe Social Internet of Things
  4. 4. SIoT - Types of Relationships Parental object relationship Co-location object relationship and co-work object relationship Social object relationship Ownership object relationship 4The Social Internet of Things
  5. 5. SIoT - Relational Models (1/4) Communal sharing Humans/Things • Behaviors of objects with collective relevance • Focus on the service offered by the entire swarm 5 *A. P. Fiske, “The four elementary forms of sociality: framework for a unified theory of social relations,” Psychological review, vol. 99, 1992.The Social Internet of Things
  6. 6. SIoT - Relational Models (2/4) Equality matching Humans/Things Objects operate as equals and request/provide information among them in the perspective of providing IoT services to users while maintaining their individuality 6The Social Internet of Things
  7. 7. SIoT - Relational Models (3/4) Authority ranking Humans/Things Established between objects of different complexity and hierarchical levels •RFID reader and Tags, Bluetooth master and slave 7The Social Internet of Things
  8. 8. SIoT - Relational Models (4/4) Market pricing Humans/Things • Working together in the view of achieving mutual benefit • Participation in this relationship only when it is worth the while to do so 8The Social Internet of Things
  9. 9. Your operator Free WiFi I got the highest network Long line through 2 energy consumption Better second exit Via in the block Maria’s Roma route coverage car Mauro’s house 3 1 Pavla’s 4 Mac I discovered how to connect to printer 192.167.131.60 Angela Efisio’s car I got a rare issue 5 … looking how to fix it In Rome the weather Michele is unexpectedly cold Mario is at “Il lido” 7 Luisa is at “Charlie” Disco Giorgia is here 6 9 LauraThe Social Internet of Things
  10. 10. SIoT Components Social Rela- graph tionship mngt Service Social Service Service APIs presence ID Mngt disco- APIs Profiling very Profiling Owner control Partici- Trust- Relation Service pation worthi- control compo- model ness sition mngt Social Network Social Networks for Humans* for Things 10 *D. M. Boyd and N. B. Ellison, “Social network sites: Definition, history, and scholarship,” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, vol. 1, no. 13, 2007.The Social Internet of Things
  11. 11. SIoT Architecture 11 11The Social Internet of Things
  12. 12. Probability distributions of the minimum path length between a pair of 12/ randomly selected objects in SIoT and random network cases 80The Social Internet of Things
  13. 13. SOME PUBLICATIONSThe Social Internet of Things (SIoT)–When social networksmeet the Internet of Things: Concept, architecture andnetwork characterization, L Atzori, A Iera, G Morabito, MNitti, Computer Networks, 2012SIoT: Giving a social structure to the internet of things, LAtzori, A Iera, G Morabito, Communications Letters, IEEE2011Making things socialize in the Internet – Does it help ourlives?, L Atzori, A Iera, G Morabito, ITU-T Kaleidoscope, 2011The internet of things: A survey, L Atzori, A Iera, G MorabitoComputer Networks, 2010A Subjective Model for Trustworthiness Evaluation in theSocial Internet of Things, M Nitti, L Atzori, R Giru, A Iera, GMorabito, IEEE PIMRC, IoT-CN workshop, 2012
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