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The industrial adoption of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is hampered by two main factors. First, there is a lack of integration of WSNs with business process modeling languages and back-ends. Second, programming WSNs is still challenging as it is mainly performed at the operating system level. To this end, we provide makeSense: a unified programming(More)
This paper presents an Area of Interest(AOI)-cast strategy for P2P Distributed Virtual Environment (DVE) which exploits a Delaunay Triangulation of the DVE to define a compass-based routing algorithm. A set of formal results for circular AOI is presented. Inconsistencies between local views of different peers due to the network latency are faced by(More)
We study the benefits of electronically-switched directional antennas in low-power wireless networks. This antenna technology may improve energy efficiency by increasing the communication range and by alleviating contention in directions other than the destination, but in principle requires a dedicated network stack. Unlike most existing works, we start by(More)
—The industrial adoption of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is hampered by two main factors. First, there is a lack of integration of WSNs with business process back-ends. Second, programming WSNs is still challenging as it is mainly performed at the operating system level. To this end, we provide makeSense – a unified programming framework and a(More)
Research in Wireless Mesh Networking has been very active in the past years, with the birth of several new ideas and the protocols that implement them. Most common implementations rely on Layer-3 addressing and routing; however 802.11s and other successful protocols suggest that Mesh Networking on Layer-2 address space is more efficient, does not mingle(More)
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