Powered by
Conference Publishing Consulting

Second International Workshop on Software Engineering for Sensor Network Applications (SESENA 2011), May 22, 2011, Waikiki, Honolulu, HI, USA

SESENA 2011 – Proceedings

Contents - Abstracts - Authors

Second International Workshop on Software Engineering for Sensor Network Applications (SESENA 2011)

Preface

Title Page
Foreword

Full Papers

COPAL-ML: A Macro Language for Rapid Development of Context-Aware Applications in Wireless Sensor Networks
Sanjin Sehic, Fei Li, and Schahram Dustdar
(Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Article Search
Cross-Platform Protocol Development for Sensor Networks: Lessons Learned
Marcin Brzozowski, Hendrik Salomon, Krzysztof Piotrowski, and Peter Langendoerfer
(IHP, Germany)
Article Search
Modeling and Analyzing Performance of Software for Wireless Sensor Networks
Luca Berardinelli, Vittorio Cortellessa, and Stefano Pace
(University of L'Aquila, Italy)
Article Search
On Coordination Tools in the PicOS Tuples System
Benny Shimony, Ioanis Nikolaidis, Pawel Gburzynski, and Eleni Stroulia
(University of Alberta, Canada; Olsonet Communications Corporation, Canada)
Article Search
On Mining Sensor Network Software Repositories
Andreas Loukas, Matthias Woehrle, and Koen Langendoen
(Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)
Article Search
Model Driven Development for Rapid Prototyping and Optimization of Wireless Sensor Network Applications
Ryo Shimizu, Kenji Tei, Yoshiaki Fukazawa, and Shinichi Honiden
(Waseda University, Japan; National Institute of Informatics, Japan; The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Article Search
sMapReduce: A Programming Pattern for Wireless Sensor Networks
Vikram Gupta, Eduardo Tovar, Luis Miguel Pinho, Junsung Kim, Karthik Lakshmanan, and Ragunathan Rajkumar
(Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal; CMU, USA)
Article Search
Lazy Preemption to Enable Path-Based Analysis of Interrupt-Driven Code
Wei Le, Jing Yang, Mary Lou Soffa, and Kamin Whitehouse
(University of Virginia, USA)
Article Search
The Smart Condo: Integrating Sensor Networks and Virtual Worlds
Veselin Ganev, David Chodos, Ioanis Nikolaidis, and Eleni Stroulia
(University of Alberta, Canada)
Article Search
Challenges of Satisfying Multiple Stakeholders: Quality of Service in the Internet of Things
Chien-Liang Fok, Christine Julien, Gruia-Catalin Roman, and Chenyang Lu
(University of Texas at Austin, USA; Washington University at St. Louis, USA)
Article Search

Short Papers

Firm Firmware and Apps for the Internet of Things
Matthias Kovatsch
(ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Article Search
Model-Driven Design plus Artificial Intelligence for Wireless Sensor Networks Software Development
Peter Mülders, Stefan Gruner, and Nguyen Xuan Thang
(University of Pretoria, South Africa; University of Kassel, Germany)
Article Search
Toward a Unified Object Model for Cyber-Physical Systems
Yu David Liu
(SUNY Binghamton, USA)
Article Search

proc time: 0.56