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OASiS: A Programming Framework for Service-Oriented Sensor Networks

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OASiS: A Programming Framework for Service-Oriented Sensor Networks
Abstract— Wireless sensor networks consist of small, inexpensive devices which interact with the environment, communicate with each other, and perform distributed computations in order to monitor spatio-temporal phenomena. These devices are ideally suited for a variety of applications including object tracking, environmental monitoring, and homeland security. At present, sensor network technologies do not provide off-the-shelf solutions to users who lack low-level network programming experience. Because of limited resources, ad hoc deployments, and volatile wireless communication links, the development of distributed applications require the combination of both application and system-level logic. Programming frameworks and middleware for traditional distributed computing are not suitable for many of these problems due to the resource constraints and interactions with the physical world. To address these challenges we have developed OASiS, a programming framework which provides abstra...
Manish Kushwaha, Isaac Amundson, Xenofon D. Koutso
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Year 2007
Where COMSWARE
Authors Manish Kushwaha, Isaac Amundson, Xenofon D. Koutsoukos, Sandeep Neema, Janos Sztipanovits
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