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Building Scalable and Robust Architecture for Ubiquitous Sensor Networks with the help of Design Patterns

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Design patterns address a recurring design problem for a specific situation, and present a solution. Design patterns have proven useful in many engineering disciplines such as software engineering, business information processing, architectural design and so on. However, these patterns have not addressed sensor network specifically. With a growth of sensors and sensor networks, and considering their profound applicability, there is a crucial need to articulate ones experience of application development or deployment of sensor nodes in the form of design patterns to avoid the future mistakes. This paper discusses the same issue and show applicability of design patterns in ubiquitous sensor networks.

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2007 International Conference on Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering (MUE'07)

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26-28 April 2007