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Social Internet of Things

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The main objectives of social internet of things is to separate the two levels of people and things to allow objects to have their own socail network, to allow humans to impose rules to protect their privacy and only access the result of autonomous inter- object interactions occouring on the object’s social network. Smart object will not make a difference, but social objects will make it. The main contributions is to identify the apporiate policies for the establishment and the management of social relationsship between objects. To describe a possible architecure for the internet of things that includes the functionalities to intergrate things into socail network.
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  • Department of Computer Science, Kovai Kalaimagal College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore, India
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