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Hoa Tran-Dang, Nicolass Krommenacker, Patrick Charpentier, Dong-Seong Kim, " Towards IoT for Physical Internet: Perspective and Challenges", IEEE Internet of things journal, DOI: 10.1109/JIOT.2020.2971736, (Q1, IF: 9.5) (A)
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Paper: IoT-7212-2019.R2 - Towards the Internet of Things for Physical Internet: Perspectives and Challenges
Authors: Prof. Dong-Seong Kim, Tran-Dang, Hoa; Krommenacker, Nicolas; Charpentier, Patrick; Kim, Dong-Seong
Editor: Prof. Yang Yang

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The authors have made noticeable changes to the article. I have no objection to it being considered for publication.

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The authors have addressed all my comments. The paper is better.

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