Admar Ajith Kumar Somappa

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The increased application of wireless technologies including Wireless Sensor Actuator Networks (WSAN) in industry has given rise to a plethora of protocol designs. These designs target metrics ranging from energy efficiency to real-time constraints. Protocol design typically starts with a requirements specification, and continues with analytic and(More)
Control systems automation is widely used in many industrial domains and have strong requirements on delay, throughput, robustness, and reliability. In the domain of networked control systems, the medium of communication is increasingly involving wireless communication along-side conventional wired communication. Issues ranging from energy efficiency and(More)
Model-Driven Software Engineering (MDSE) is an approach for design and implementation of software applications, that can be applied across multiple domains. The advantages include rapid prototyping and implementation, along with reduction in errors induced by humans in the process, via automation. Wireless Sensor Actuator Networks (WSANs) rely on(More)
Medium Access Control (MAC) protocols are responsible for managing radio communication that constitute the main energy consumer in wireless sensor-actuator networks. The Dual-Mode Adaptive MAC (DMAMAC) protocol is a recently proposed MAC protocol for process control applications in industrial automation. The goal of the DMAMAC protocol is to improve energy(More)
The inception of Wireless Sensor Actuator Networks from the existing Wireless Sensor Networks domain was motivated by the need to satisfy the requirements of automation applications. Automation applications cover a broad domain from industrial automation, home automation to automation in body area networks and have specific real-time requirements differing(More)
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