A substrate for in-network sensor data integration

A substrate for in-network sensor data integration,10.1145/1402050.1402059,Svilen R. Mihaylov,Marie Jacob,Zachary G. Ives,Sudipto Guha

A substrate for in-network sensor data integration   (Citations: 3)
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With the ultimate goal of extending the data integration paradigm and query processing capabilities to ad hoc wireless networks, sensors, and stream systems, we consider how to support communication between sets of nodes performing distributed joins in sensor networks. We develop a communication model that enables in-network join at a variety of locations, and which facilitates coordination among nodes in order to make optimization decisions. While we defer a discussion of the optimizer to future work, we experimentally compare a variety of strategies, including at-base and in-network joins. Results show significant performance gains versus prior work, as well as opportunities for optimization.
Conference: Data Management for Sensor Networks - DMSN , pp. 35-41, 2008
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    • ...The ASPEN project is building a data integration platform for combining data from a variety of sources including databases, web, sensor networks, and other streaming data sources [23], [24]...

    Nesime Tatbul. Streaming data integration: Challenges and opportunities

    • ...We are developing (1) new query processing algorithms suitable for integrating highly distributed stream data sources, both in low-power sensor devices [15, 16] and more traditional PCs and servers [13], (2) query optimization techniques for federations of stream processors specialized for sensor, wide area, and LAN settings, and (3) new datatypes, query extensions, and data description language abstractions for environmental monitoring ...
    • ...The distributed sensor engine, whose core features were described in [15], is novel in supporting not only aggregation and selection queries over sensor devices, but also in-network joins between devices...
    • ...We now briefly describe initialization, optimization, and query execution; [15, 16] provide more details...
    • ...The summaries are used for content-based routing [15]...
    • ...The directed flooding algorithm uses the summaries constructed during initialization [15]...

    Mengmeng Liuet al. SmartCIS: integrating digital and physical environments

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