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Efficient Configuration and Control of SANETs using FACTS

Kirsten Terfloth, Jochen Schiller— 2008

The utilization of domain-specific programming abstractions for wireless sensor actor networks can greatly ease applica- tion development. A high level of abstraction from under- lying system complexity fosters fast prototyping and less erroneous source code. However, especially in this domain access to low-level parameters can be mandatory to allow for sophisticated application fine-tuning. In this paper, we present a layered system access interface we developed for our middleware platform FACTS to address this challenge. Context-based configuration and control of system-level resources is facilitated by relying on lean ad- ditions to the FACTS framework. These will be discussed with the help of a common use case to illustrate the simple, yet powerful abstraction provided.

TitelEfficient Configuration and Control of SANETs using FACTS
VerfasserKirsten Terfloth, Jochen Schiller
VerlagACM MobiHoc'08 (HeterSanet Workshop), May 2008.
Datum200805
Quelle/n
Spracheeng
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BibTeX Code@inproceedings{terfloth08sanet, author = {Kirsten Terfloth and Jochen Schiller}, title = {{Efficient Configuration and Control of SANETs using FACTS}}, booktitle = {ACM MobiHoc'08 (HeterSanet Workshop)}, year = {2008}, month = {May}, abstract = {The utilization of domain-specific programming abstractions for wireless sensor actor networks can greatly ease applica- tion development. A high level of abstraction from under- lying system complexity fosters fast prototyping and less erroneous source code. However, especially in this domain access to low-level parameters can be mandatory to allow for sophisticated application fine-tuning. In this paper, we present a layered system access interface we developed for our middleware platform FACTS to address this challenge. Context-based configuration and control of system-level resources is facilitated by relying on lean ad- ditions to the FACTS framework. These will be discussed with the help of a common use case to illustrate the simple, yet powerful abstraction provided.}, location = {Hong Kong, China (SAR)}, owner = {terfloth}, url = {http://page.mi.fu-berlin.de/terfloth/pubs/hetsan24-terfloth.pdf} }