EmStar : An Environment for Developing Wireless Embedded Systems Software ∗

  title={EmStar : An Environment for Developing Wireless Embedded Systems Software ∗},
  author={Jeremy E. Elson and Sangjay Bien and N. Busek and Vladimir Bychkovskiy and Alberto Cerpa and Deepak Ganesan and Lewis Girod and Ben Greenstein and Thomas Schoellhammer and Thanos Stathopoulos and Deborah Estrin},
Recently, increasing research attention has been directed toward wireless sensor networks: collections of small, low-power nodes, physically situated in the environment, that can intelligently deliver high-level sensing results to the user. As the community has moved into more complex design efforts—large-scale, longlived systems that truly require self-organization and adaptivity to the environment—a number of important software design issues have arisen. The data reduction process is critical… CONTINUE READING
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