From missions to systems:generating transparently distributable programs for sensor-oriented systems

Porter, Barry and Dearle, Alan and Dobson, Simon (2012) From missions to systems:generating transparently distributable programs for sensor-oriented systems. In: MidSens '12 Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Middleware Tools, Services and Run-Time Support for Sensor Networks. ACM, New York, pp. 1-6. ISBN 978-1-4503-1610-1

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Abstract

Early Wireless Sensor Networks aimed simply to collect as much data as possible for as long as possible. While this remains true in selected cases, the majority of future sensor network applications will demand much more intelligent use of their resources as networks increase in scale and support multiple applications and users. Specifically, we argue that a computational model is needed in which the ways that data flows through networks, and the ways in which decisions are made based on that data, is transparently distributable and relocatable as requirements evolve. In this paper we present an approach to achieving this using high-level mission specifications from which we can automatically derive transparently distributable programs.

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22 Jul 2013 10:37
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