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2007
ACM

Efficient operation in sensor and actor networks inspired by cellular signaling cascades

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Efficient operation in sensor and actor networks inspired by cellular signaling cascades
The investigation and the development of self-organizing systems are especially needed for operation and control in massively distributed systems such as Sensor and Actor Networks (SANETs). The main issues addressed by self-organization techniques are scalability, network lifetime, and realtime support. In the literature, biological principles are often cited as inspirations for technical solutions, especially in the domain of self-organization. This concept already resulted in a good number of solutions with significant impact such as ant-based routing and immune system inspired network security solutions. In this paper, another specific biological field is investigated: cellular signaling cascades for event-specific reaction initiated by individual cells in collaboration with their direct neighbors. Information between cells are transmitted via proteins and result in the cascade of protein
Falko Dressler, Isabel Dietrich, Reinhard German,
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where AUTONOMICS
Authors Falko Dressler, Isabel Dietrich, Reinhard German, Bettina Krüger
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