There is an increasing trend to integrate sensor networks into the Internet, eventually resulting in an Internet of Things. Recent efforts of porting IPv6 to sensor networks turn sensor nodes into equitable Internet peers and RESTful Web Services on sensor nodes allow a distribution of the application logic among sensor nodes and more powerful Internet… (More)
The goal of Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) is to enable easy cooperation of a large number of computers and orchestration of services that are connected via a network. However, SOA for wireless sensor networks (WSN) and cyber-physical systems (CPS) is still a challenging task. Consequently, for design and development of large CPS like WSNs connected… (More)
Cooperative sensing has been identified as a potential improvement for cognitive radios to perceive their radio environment. In the past, algorithms have been developed by analysis and simulations exclusively. With cheaper hardware experimental platforms have been used for evaluation purpose recently. Simulations lack realistic propagation models for radio… (More)
Regarding service oriented architectures various tool chains evolved in the last decades. However, in terms of content-centric approaches tools and middleware are in an early stage. Especially tool support for name-centric services in future heterogeneous networks is not available. Future networks will cover future Internet, wireless sensor networks, mobile… (More)
Embedded devices connected to the Internet will start an increasing growth of the Internet in near future. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) will play a major role in that growth. In the past several solutions were proposed to make sensor network sip capable. Today there are IPv6-Stacks available including web servers running on sensor nodes. However, a… (More)
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