ITM Web Conf.
Volume 52, 2023International Conference on Connected Object and Artificial Intelligence (COCIA’2023)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Connected Objects and Systems|
|Published online||08 May 2023|
The use of machine learning in the Internet of Things
1 Hassan 2 University, High School of Technology, Laboratory in Computer Networks, Telecommunications and Multimedia, Casablanca, Morocco.
2 Hassan 2 University, Aïn Chok Faculty of Science (FSAC), Laboratory of Electrical and Industrial Engineering, Information Processing, IT and Logistics, Casablanca, Morocco.
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In the Internet of Things and wireless sensor networks period, a large number of connected objects and seeing bias are devoted to collecting, transferring, and inducing a huge quantum of data for a wide variety of fields and operations. To effectively run these complex networks of connected objects, there are several challenges like topology changes, link failures, memory constraints, interoperability, network traffic, content, scalability, network operation, security, and sequestration to name many. therefore, overcoming these challenges and exploiting them to support this technological outbreak would be one of the most pivotal tasks of the ultramodern world. Recently, the development of Artificial Intelligence(AI) led to the emergence of Machine Learning (ML), which has become the crucial enabler to figure out results and literacy models in an attempt to enhance the quality of service parameters of Internet of Things and wireless sensor networks. By learning from one gest, ML ways aim to resolve issues in the Internet of Things and wireless sensor networks and fields by erecting algorithmic models. In this paper, we’re going to punctuate the most abecedarian generalities of ML orders and Algorithms. We start by furnishing a thorough overview of the Internet of Things and wireless sensor network technologies. We also bandy the vital part of ML ways in driving up the elaboration of these technologies. also, as the crucial donation of this paper, a new taxonomy of ML algorithms is handed. We also epitomize the major operations and exploration challenges that abused ML ways in the WSN and IoT. ultimately, we dissect the critical issues and list some unborn exploration directions
Note to the reader: The author's name "Wafaa Ennabigha" was incorrect. It has been corrected to "Wafaa Ennabirha" on June 19, 2023.
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