In IoT (Internet of Things) scenarios, the coordination of physical systems is often complex and rigid. Work to date has not comprehensively explored how to flexibly construct distributed IoT services to satisfy the coordination requirement. In our work, we propose a declarative approach to construct an event-driven IoT service system, where physical devices and systems are explicitly modeled as a service architecture foundation, the service behavior is flexibly declared based on distributed events, and it is step-by-step refined to have rigid service properties while allowing runtime adaptation. As an example, the controllability property of physical systems is discussed. Finally, we establish a distributed event-driven IoT service platform to test our method. Some experiments are made to concept-prove our work.
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