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Self-Organizing and Self-Stabilizing Role Assignment in Sensor/Actuator Networks
Zitatschlüssel Weisetal:2006:SOSSRole
Autor Torben Weis and Helge Parzyjegla and Michael A. Jaeger and Gero Mühl
Buchtitel The 8th International Symposium on Distributed Objects and Applications (DOA 2006)
Seiten 1807–1824
Jahr 2006
ISBN 978-3-540-48274-1
DOI 10.1007/11914952_52
Adresse Montpellier, France
Jahrgang 4276
Monat oct
Herausgeber Robert Meersman and Zahir Tari
Verlag Springer
Serie LNCS
Zusammenfassung Developing distributed applications for sensor/actuator networks is challenging, particularly, with regard to unreliable nodes and communication links. Splitting applications into roles eases the development significantly but presumes a reliable role management that autonomously assigns roles to devices depending on their capabilities. In this paper, we present a self-organizing and self-stabilizing role assignment mechanism as an integral part of a light-weight, flexible middleware. The deployed algorithms tolerate the addition and removal of devices at runtime and are also able to recover from any transient fault. Considering that resources are restricted on many devices, we analyze the proposed algorithms with respect to communication overhead, memory usage, and stabilization time.
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