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LIME: a middleware for physical and logical mobility
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The model underlying LIME is illustrated, its current design and implementation is presented, and initial lessons learned in developing applications that involve physical mobility are discussed. Expand
LIME: Linda meets mobility
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The decoupled style of computing characterizing the Linda model is extended to the mobile environment and the set of tuples accessible by a particular agent residing on a given host is altered transparently in response to changes in the connectivity pattern among the mobile hosts. Expand
Agilla: A mobile agent middleware for self-adaptive wireless sensor networks
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Agilla provides a programming model in which applications consist of evolving communities of agents that share a wireless sensor network that can dynamically enter and exit a network and can autonomously clone and migrate themselves in response to environmental changes. Expand
LIME: A coordination model and middleware supporting mobility of hosts and agents
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The model underlying LIME is illustrated, a formal semantic characterization for the operations it makes available to the application developer is provided, its current design and implementation is presented, and lessons learned are discussed in developing applications that involve physical mobility. Expand
Rapid Development and Flexible Deployment of Adaptive Wireless Sensor Network Applications
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This paper presents Agilla and provides a detailed evaluation of its implementation, an empirical study of its overhead, and a case study demonstrating its use. Expand
Reliable clinical monitoring using wireless sensor networks: experiences in a step-down hospital unit
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A retrospective data analysis indicated that the system provided sufficient temporal resolution to support the detection of clinical deterioration in three patients who suffered from significant clinical events including transfer to Intensive Care Units. Expand
Mobile agent middleware for sensor networks: an application case study
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This work has implemented and evaluated a fire tracking application using Agilla, and presented the lessons learned about the adequacy of Agilla's primitives, and regarding the efficiency, reliability, and adaptivity of mobile agents in a WSN. Expand
Mobile UNITY: reasoning and specification in mobile computing
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This article considers the nature of the underlying formal models that will enable us to specify and reason about mobile computations, and employs the methods of UNITY, a highly modular extension of the UNITY programming notation. Expand
Agilla: A Mobile Agent Middleware for Sensor Networks
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This paper presents Agilla, a mobile agent middleware for sensor networks used to develop multiple applications related to fire detection and tracking, cargo container monitoring, and robot navigation, which increases network flexibility by enabling active in-network reprogramming. Expand
Spatiotemporal multicast in sensor networks
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The results suggest that in sensor networks, a mobicast protocol can achieve relatively high savings in message forwarding overhead by slightly relaxing the delivery guarantee, e.g., by optimistically choosing a forwarding zone that is smaller than the one needed for a 100% delivery guarantee. Expand
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