TARDIS: software-only system-level record and replay in wireless sensor networks

  title={TARDIS: software-only system-level record and replay in wireless sensor networks},
  author={Matthew Tan Creti and V. Sundaram and S. Bagchi and P. Eugster},
  booktitle={IPSN '15},
  • Matthew Tan Creti, V. Sundaram, +1 author P. Eugster
  • Published in IPSN '15 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are plagued by the possibility of bugs manifesting only at deployment. However, debugging deployed WSNs is challenging for several reasons---the remote location of deployed sensor nodes, the non-determinism of execution that can make it difficult to replicate a buggy run, and the limited hardware resources available on a node. In particular, existing solutions to record and replay debugging in WSNs fail to capture the complete code execution, thus negating the… CONTINUE READING
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