Subject: IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing - Decision on Manuscript ID SPC-2018-0031
Dear Prof. Kim:Manuscript ID SPC-2018-0031 entitled "Enhanced Industrial Message Protocol for Real-time IoT Platform" which you submitted to the IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing, has been reviewed. The comments of the reviewer(s) are included at the bottom of this letter.
The reviewer(s) have recommended publication, but also suggest some minor revisions to your manuscript. Therefore, I invite you to respond to the reviewer(s)' comments and revise your manuscript.
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Once again, thank you for submitting your manuscript to the IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing and I look forward to receiving your revision.
Prof. Youngsun Han
Journal Coordinator, IEIE Transactions on Smart Processing and Computing
Associate Editor Comments to Author:
Comments to the Author:
We do encourage you to revise your paper once you have addressed the concerns and criticisms of the reviewers. I believe they have added good insight on how to further improve your article.
Please revise your manuscript based on reviewers¡¯ feedback; elaborate on your points and clarify with references, examples, data, etc. If you do not agree with the reviewers¡¯ views, then include your arguments in the updated manuscript.
Reviewer(s)' Comments to Author:
Comments to the Author
This paper discuss an enhanced security through unidirectional data transmission for Industrial IoT platform based on MMS (Manufacturing Message Specification).
The proposed platform supports unidirectional communication between networks using MQTT (Message Queue Telemetry Transport) broker, which acts as a gateway used in unidirectional communication. In addition, MoM protocol (MMS over MQTT) is designed for publishing and subscription functions of MQTT.
For Industrial IoT platform, the proposed scheme seems like effective and useful. In the regards of piratical concern, this paper have to discuss in terms of computation complexity and implementing issues.
Typos and grammatical errors have to trimmed for readability and clearness.
Comments to the Author
(There are no comments.)