1 Affiliation : Dept. of Computer Sciences, Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirate
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
2 Affiliation : Dept. of Computer Sciences, Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirate
Email : H00373870@hct.ac.ae
3 Affiliation : Dept. of Computer Sciences, Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirate
Email : H00415775@hct.ac.ae
Due to the explosive growth of information in recent years, the function of education, which disseminates information, has become more important. Meanwhile, the paradigm of the educational process is undergoing a transformation to accommodate the many methods in which today's pupils learn. As a result, we should promote a more technologically advanced school setting. It uses a variety of technologies for communication and information to engage pupils and meet their individual needs. Continuously observing and evaluating the condition and actions of various students using information from various sensors and data processing platforms for providing feedback on the process of learning might improve the quality of learning for students. The potential for the IoT to improve people's quality of life and the efficiency of businesses is enormous. The Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of behavior (IoB) have the potential to provide a new ecosystem for application development while also facilitating expansions and enhancements to key utilities in a wide variety of domains by means of a widely dispersed local network of intelligent items. Students will learn more quickly, and instructors will be able to do their jobs more effectively when the notion of the Internet of Things is used in any educational setting. The purpose of this article is to employ neutrosophic sets to demonstrate some of the most fundamental aspects of the Internet of Things. We used the MCDM methodology to evaluate the conflicting criteria, so we used the neutrosophic AHP method to compute the weights of the criteria, and then we used the neutrosophic VIKOR to rank the alternatives. We also demonstrated how IoT may help us make better choices in our everyday lives and contribute to a more intelligent educational system.
Smart Education; IoT; Neutrosophic Sets; MCDM; Sensors; IoB
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