Remote Object Query for Ad-hoc Computing Environment. CS851 Biologically Inspired Computing Presented By Qing Cao Computer Science Department UVA April 2003. Smart Sensor Node. Smart Sensor Node. Smart Sensor Node. Smart Sensor Node. Smart Sensor Node.
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CS851 Biologically Inspired Computing
Presented By Qing Cao
Computer Science Department UVA
of the forest.
events in a real time manner?
Termites send out pheromone to notify other termites of its current location.
Sending might help.
themselves, such as bees or mice.
Can we import this idea in large colony of
Single Node Relay.
Lower possibility, less messages
Multiple Node Relay
Higher possibility, more messages
Since C/S Architecture is used, the user
must be authenticated to use the service.
Traditional Security methods, such as
RSA can be used to defeat any possible
such as query, count, etc, inherently.
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Conclusions This research work has proved that it is viable for large sensor networks to use the query arm and service arm mechanism for the discovery, query and even commanding of remote motes. We call here, uniformly, such events or motes objects. We have seen that this mechanism is especially suitable for the implementation of large secure and Client/Server architecture based sensor networks. I plan to implement this mechanism on MICA2, and a thorough study of the performance and evaluation of the whole system will come soon. Thank you!