Programming Sensor Networks with State-Centric Services
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- Lachenmann A., Müller U., Sugar R., Latour L., Neugebauer M., Gefflaut A. (2010) Programming Sensor Networks with State-Centric Services. In: Rajaraman R., Moscibroda T., Dunkels A., Scaglione A. (eds) Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems. DCOSS 2010. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 6131. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
This paper presents the uDSSP (“micro DSSP”) programming model which simplifies the development of distributed sensor network applications that make use of complex in-network processing. Using uDSSP, an application is composed of state-centric services. These services interact by accessing the state of other services or by subscribing to changes of that state. uDSSP supports heterogeneous networks that consist of PCs, resource-rich sensor nodes, and resource-limited nodes with just a few kilobytes of RAM. The evaluation uses a non-trivial application to compare it to Abstract Regions and Tenet.
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