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A model of service provision for wireless sensor networks

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1 Author(s)
Loc Nguyen ; Lab. Lip6, Paris VI Univ., France

Summary form only given. This article introduces the US architecture (intelligent services for sensor networks), a model of service provision for wireless sensor networks service. US serves the role of middleware that abstracts a network of sensor as a collection of massive information. US supports mechanisms for self-organization, networking and energy optimization to build higher-level service structures in wireless sensor networks. US is also a framework which simplifies the service creation for sensor network applications.

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Wireless and Optical Communications, 2005. 14th Annual WOCC 2005. International Conference on

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22-23 April 2005

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