A Taxonomy of Issues, Challenges and Applications in Internet of Multimedia Things (IoMMT)

G. Rama Subba Reddy*, M. Ajay kumar**, N. V. Kishore kumar***
* Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Mother Theresa Institute of Engineering & Technology, Palamaner, Andhra Pradesh, India.
** Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Proddatur, Andhra Pradesh, India.
*** Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mother Theresa Institute of Engineering & Technology, Palamaner, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Periodicity:January - June'2019
DOI : https://doi.org/10.26634/jcc.6.1.16178

Abstract

In IoT technology, Multimedia big data which is said to be the large amount of data from multimedia devices will be generated with the fast growth of the multimedia gadgets. The IoT systems are failed in realizing the multimedia devices connectivity unless they are able in processing multimedia gadgets at a time. In contrast, earlier activities concerning research and development concentrate on the scaling strategies to sensor information gathered from many IoT gadgets. Nonetheless the present activities of development and the research do not made mandatory about the features of connectivity between the objects of multimedia. In this paper, we mainly concentrated on the above issue by considering the IoT concept and the advantages are taken to sight towards the IoMMT’s (Internet of Multimedia Things) vision. This paper describes the classification of computing the multimedia big data and also the challenges in models of multimedia computing along with the applications of IoT are discussed. . In addition to this we presented the taxonomy of Multimedia Things (MMT) along with the current research challenges like heterogeneity, reliability, scalability, and accessibility and Quality of Service requirements.

Keywords

IoT, Multimedia Computing, MMT, IoMMT, issue and challenges

How to Cite this Article?

Reddy, G. R. S., Kumar, M. A., Kumar, N. V. K.(2019).A Taxonomy of Issues, Challenges and Applications in Internet of Multimedia Things (IoMMT), i-manager's Journal on Cloud Computing, 6(1), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.26634/jcc.6.1.16178

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