Dalimir Orfanus

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Designing protocols for wireless networks is a challenging task. Combined with the fact that such networks are often deployed for critical missions like forest fire detection in the WSN scenario or have to function properly and efficiently for an extended period of time, it is desirable to thoroughly test, analyze and evaluate newly developed communication(More)
—This paper presents a simulation tool integration framework which aims to integrate tools from various research fields in order to provide a seamless design flow for distributed systems with Emergent Self-Organization (ESO). ESO is a decentralized dynamic process with many favorable properties which makes it attractive for large scale distributed systems.(More)
The growing design complexity of today's embedded real-time systems requires new techniques aiming the raising of the abstraction level since earlier stages of design in order to deal with such complexity in a suitable way. This paper reports a case study, which provides an assessment of two well-know high-level paradigms, namely Aspect-(AO) and(More)
—Data acquisition is an important task to provide context awareness of a military operation scenario in order to support informed decisions. Wireless sensor networks (WSN) play a remarkable service in this context by collecting data on remote areas to support decision support systems in control centers. However, due to the nature of the locations where they(More)