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Weave: An Architecture For Tailoring Urban Sensing Applications Across Multiple Sensor Fabrics

A characteristic of urban sensing is that applications need to compose the operations and fuse information from sensing fabrics extant in the environment, to meet requirements for which the fabrics were not designed a priori. We propose an architecture, WEAVE, that allows tailoring of applications across one or more urban sensing fabrics. Key to the architecture is use of standard application programming interfaces (including vertical or domain dependent ones). We propose such interfaces for sensing fabrics that support the class of search applications, and show how these interfaces are used to compose example applications in operation scenarios that we have implemented at the Ohio State University. Authors - Vinod Kulathumani, Mukundan Sridharan, Dr Rajiv Ramnath, Dr Anish Arora

OSU-CISRC-9-09-TR44 Weave An Architecture for Tailoring Urban Sensing Applications.pdf — PDF document, 295Kb

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