Reference Architecture for Self-adaptive Management in Wireless Sensor Networks [chapter]

Jesús M. T. Portocarrero, Flavia C. Delicato, Paulo F. Pires, Thais V. Batista
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
ECSA 2015 Introduction -Networks composed of tiny devices equipped with sensing, processing, storage, and wireless communication capabilities -Limited computing resources, and are usually powered by batteries -Energy saving is a key issue in order to prolong the network operational lifetime. iMote 4 • Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) Self-Adaptive Middleware for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Reference Architecture -ASDS@ECSAW'15 -Major requirement of WSNs: capabilities of self-management and
more » ... -aware dynamic adaptation Introduction -A WSN middleware is a layered software that lies between application code and the communication infrastructure -They support the development of WSN applications by providing services and abstractions that hide details about hardware devices, low-level protocols and software -WSN middleware platforms developed so far provide good solutions to specify the high-level application logic and to deal with heterogeneity issues -Most of them do not provide an explicit way to define the network autonomic behavior from an architectural perspective 5 • Middleware for WSN
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-11298-5_12 fatcat:g4xbw5qvznaijgonuuqehtk4by