Commit 9aef369b authored by Peter Waher's avatar Peter Waher

Merge branch 'patch-1' into 'master'

Update SensorData.md

See merge request IEEE-SA/XMPPI/IoT!1
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...@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ to as a **concentrator**, as it *concentrates* several nodes, or virtual devices ...@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ to as a **concentrator**, as it *concentrates* several nodes, or virtual devices
each stamped with a **timestamp** to which they correspond. In XMPP, devices are addressed using an **XMPP Address**, also referred to as a **Jabber ID** or each stamped with a **timestamp** to which they correspond. In XMPP, devices are addressed using an **XMPP Address**, also referred to as a **Jabber ID** or
a **JID**. a **JID**.
The nodes are identifid using one to three identifiers, depending on the size and needs of the concentrator. The required attribute, is the The nodes are identified using one to three identifiers, depending on the size and needs of the concentrator. The required attribute, is the
**Node ID**. The **Source ID** allows a concentrator to divide the set of nodes into different data sources. If data sources are not used, this **Node ID**. The **Source ID** allows a concentrator to divide the set of nodes into different data sources. If data sources are not used, this
attribute can be omitted. **Partitions** allow the concentrator to divide a data source into multiple pieces. This attribute can also be omitted, attribute can be omitted. **Partitions** allow the concentrator to divide a data source into multiple pieces. This attribute can also be omitted,
if not used. It is the tripple (Node ID, Source ID, Partition) that must be unique inside the device. if not used. It is the tripple (Node ID, Source ID, Partition) that must be unique inside the device.
...@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ if not used. It is the tripple (Node ID, Source ID, Partition) that must be uniq ...@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ if not used. It is the tripple (Node ID, Source ID, Partition) that must be uniq
Fields Fields
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The sesor data model defines different types of fields, depending on the data type required to represent its value. The sensor data model defines different types of fields, depending on the data type required to represent its value.
![Conceptual model](Diagrams/SensorDataDataTypes.png) ![Conceptual model](Diagrams/SensorDataDataTypes.png)
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