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A Policy-Based Management Framework for Self-managed Wireless Sensor Networks

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A Policy-Based Management Framework for Self-managed Wireless Sensor Networks
This paper proposes a policy-based management framework for self-managed wireless sensor networks (WSNs) called SNOWMAN (SeNsOr netWork MANagement). In WSNs, a number of sensor nodes are deployed over a large area and long distances and multi-hop communication is required between nodes. So managing numerous wireless sensor nodes directly is very complex and is not efficient. The management of WSNs must be autonomic with a minimum of human interference, and robust to changes in network states. To do this, our SNOWMAN architecture is based on hierarchical management architecture and on the policy-based network management (PBNM) paradigm. SNOWMAN can reduce the costs of managing sensor nodes and of the communication among them using hierarchical clustering architecture. SNOWMAN can also provide administrators with a solution to simplify and automate the management of WSNs using PBNM paradigm.
Jong-Eon Lee, Si-Ho Cha, Jae-Oh Lee, Seokjoong Kan
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where APNOMS
Authors Jong-Eon Lee, Si-Ho Cha, Jae-Oh Lee, Seokjoong Kang, Kuk-Hyun Cho
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