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DATE

2010

AUTHORS

Themistoklis Bourdenas , Morris Sloman , Emil C. Lupu

ABSTRACT

The development of small wireless sensors and smart-phones have facilitated new pervasive applications. These pervasive systems are expected to perform in a broad set of environments with different capabilities and resources. Application requirements may change dynamically requiring flexible adaptation. Sensing faults appear during their lifetime and as users are not expected to have technical skills, the system needs to be self-managing. We discuss the Self-Managed Cell as an architectural paradigm and describe some fundamental components to address distributed management of sensing faults as well as adaptation for wireless sensor nodes. More... »

PAGES

1-25

Book

TITLE

Architecting Dependable Systems VII

ISBN

978-3-642-17244-1
978-3-642-17245-8

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-17245-8_1

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