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JADE Agents to Wireless Sensors: Easy Wireless Sensor Network Management

Originální název

JADE Agents to Wireless Sensors: Easy Wireless Sensor Network Management

Anglický název

JADE Agents to Wireless Sensors: Easy Wireless Sensor Network Management

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This particular paper describes our most recent work on our system called JAWS. This system is intended to control and monitor Wireless Sensor Network. In principle, JAWS is group of agents implemented on JADE platform. It consists of several agents that are able to communicate with Wireless Sensor Nodes and obtain values from particular sensor nodes called motes. We are also able to inject mobile code to each mote so we can change behaviour of that mote and in extension of the whole network. JAWS system uses services as a natural and most viable concept that helps us to control and monitor Wireless Sensor Network. We will briefly describe basic concepts of our system and describe services used for controlling the network. Concept of services is tightly bound to ability of the system to expose and use services. To expose and use services we created set of protocols. In this paper will be also described the most important protocols of our system. In the end of the paper we will describe some of the problems that we experienced using our system and we also describe some counter actions that we performed to troubleshoot some problems.

Anglický abstrakt

This particular paper describes our most recent work on our system called JAWS. This system is intended to control and monitor Wireless Sensor Network. In principle, JAWS is group of agents implemented on JADE platform. It consists of several agents that are able to communicate with Wireless Sensor Nodes and obtain values from particular sensor nodes called motes. We are also able to inject mobile code to each mote so we can change behaviour of that mote and in extension of the whole network. JAWS system uses services as a natural and most viable concept that helps us to control and monitor Wireless Sensor Network. We will briefly describe basic concepts of our system and describe services used for controlling the network. Concept of services is tightly bound to ability of the system to expose and use services. To expose and use services we created set of protocols. In this paper will be also described the most important protocols of our system. In the end of the paper we will describe some of the problems that we experienced using our system and we also describe some counter actions that we performed to troubleshoot some problems.

BibTex


@article{BUT103473,
  author="Jakub {Žák} and Jan {Horáček} and František {Zbořil} and František {Zbořil}",
  title="JADE Agents to Wireless Sensors: Easy Wireless Sensor Network Management",
  annote="This particular paper describes our most recent
work on our system called JAWS. This system is intended to
control and monitor Wireless Sensor Network. In principle,
JAWS is group of agents implemented on JADE platform.
It consists of several agents that are able to communicate
with Wireless Sensor Nodes and obtain values from particular
sensor nodes called motes. We are also able to inject mobile
code to each mote so we can change behaviour of that mote and
in extension of the whole network. JAWS system uses services
as a natural and most viable concept that helps us to control
and monitor Wireless Sensor Network. We will briefly describe
basic concepts of our system and describe services used for
controlling the network. Concept of services is tightly bound
to ability of the system to expose and use services. To expose
and use services we created set of protocols. In this paper will
be also described the most important protocols of our system.
In the end of the paper we will describe some of the problems
that we experienced using our system and we also describe
some counter actions that we performed to troubleshoot some
problems.",
  address="NEUVEDEN",
  booktitle="Journal of Network and Innovative Computing (JNIC)",
  chapter="103473",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="NEUVEDEN",
  number="1",
  volume="1",
  year="2013",
  month="june",
  pages="260--269",
  publisher="NEUVEDEN",
  type="journal article - other"
}