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A Service-Oriented Self-Configurable Middleware for Autonomous Sensor Networks

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2 Author(s)
Podolski, I. ; Carl von Ossietzky Univ. Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany ; Rettberg, A.

This paper describes a service-oriented self-configurable middleware architecture to support autonomous sensor networks. Scheduling and load balancing that is integrated in our proposed service-oriented middleware achieve self-configuration. If an error occurred in a self-configurable network it is able to overcome it by different services, that makes the network more reliable and stable. In the case a node fails all the tasks running on this node are mapped automatically to other nodes inside the sensor network. To enable the self-configuration and load balancing it is important to identify the requirements of all nodes within the sensor network and their tasks.

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Future Dependable Distributed Systems, 2009 Software Technologies for

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17-17 March 2009

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