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22 \title{Chatty Things -- Making the Internet of Things Readily Usable for the
23 Masses with XMPP}
24 \author{Roland Hieber}
25 \date{Seminar Communications and Multimedia, TU~Braunschweig \\[1em] \today}
26
27 \begin{document}
28 \maketitle
29
30 %% Introduction
31 \section{Introduction}
32 \todo{asdf}
33 \pages{0-1}
34 short overview, not too long: what do we want, what are we going to do?
35
36 how do we talk to our smart home?
37
38 what are the challenges? (interoperability, H2M interface, self-configuration,
39 information filtering to prevent information overflow)
40
41 %\paragraph{Human-to-Machine Communication:} especiall in the Internet of Things,
42 %Chatty Things need to be accessible for the user and should be easy to talk
43 %to.
44 %\paragraph{Interoperability} integration into already existing
45 %infrastructure.
46
47 %% Prerequisites
48 \section{Prerequisites}
49 \todo
50 overview to the techniques used in the paper by Klauk and Kirsche
51
52 \cite{klauck-kirsche-chattythings}
53
54 \input{sec-address-allocation.tex}
55 \input{sec-dns-extensions.tex}
56 \input{sec-xmpp.tex}
57 \input{sec-chatty-things.tex}
58 \input{sec-discussion.tex}
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63 \end{document}
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