Sensor Coordination using Active Dataspaces
Programming wireless sensor networks is notoriously difficult because of severe resource constraints for sensors, unstable and low-bandwidth communication links, unreliable nodes, inaccessible and hostile deployment environments for certain applications, and potentially a large number of nodes. To ease the building of sensor network applications, the objective of this research is to develop a high-level programming abstraction that facilitates resource-efficient, data-centric, and trustworthy computing for large-scale sensor networks, and is applicable to a wide range of sensor network applications.
This project is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, and is supported by an Intel Equipment Grant.
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