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Hector Garcia-molina – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Deadline assignment in a distributed soft real-time system
    IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 1997
    Co-Authors: Ben Kao, Hector Garcia-molina

    Abstract:

    In a distributed environment, tasks often have processing demands at multiple different sites. A distributed task is usually divided into several subtasks, each to be executed in order at some site. In a real-time system, an overall deadline is usually specified by an Application Designer indicating when a distributed task is to be finished. In this paper, we present and analyze techniques for automatically translating the overall deadline into deadlines for the individual subtasks.

Adam Wolisz – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • a component framework for content based publish subscribe in sensor networks
    International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks, 2008
    Co-Authors: Janhinrich Hauer, Vlado Handziski, Andreas Kopke, Andreas Willig, Adam Wolisz

    Abstract:

    Component-based architectures are the traditional approach to reconcile Application specific optimization with reusable abstractions in sensor networks. However, they frequently overwhelm the Application Designer with the range of choices in component selection and composition. We introduce a component framework that reduces this complexity. It provides a well-defined content-based publish/subscribe service, but allows the Application Designer to adapt the service by making orthogonal choices about: (1) the communication protocol components for subscription and notification delivery, (2) the supported data attributes and (3) a set of service extension components. We present TinyCOPS, our implementation of the framework in TinyOS 2.0, and demonstrate its advantages by showing experimental results for different Application configurations on two sensor node platforms in a large-scale indoor testbed.

  • EWSN – A component framework for content-based publish/subscribe in sensor networks
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1
    Co-Authors: Janhinrich Hauer, Vlado Handziski, Andreas Kopke, Andreas Willig, Adam Wolisz

    Abstract:

    Component-based architectures are the traditional approach to reconcile Application specific optimization with reusable abstractions in sensor networks. However, they frequently overwhelm the Application Designer with the range of choices in component selection and composition. We introduce a component framework that reduces this complexity. It provides a well-defined content-based publish/subscribe service, but allows the Application Designer to adapt the service by making orthogonal choices about: (1) the communication protocol components for subscription and notification delivery, (2) the supported data attributes and (3) a set of service extension components. We present TinyCOPS, our implementation of the framework in TinyOS 2.0, and demonstrate its advantages by showing experimental results for different Application configurations on two sensor node platforms in a large-scale indoor testbed.

Daniel Schwabe – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Ontology Driven Dynamic Web Interface Generation
    , 2009
    Co-Authors: Andréia Luna, Daniel Schwabe

    Abstract:

    In this Web 2.0 era, the browsers perform ever-richer graphical interfaces. This paper discusses an approach to web Applications interface design that employs the semantic web primitives and it is expressive enough to model most common Rich Internet Application functionalities. It proposes an abstract interface description language and a whole software environment that could make it possible to the Application Designer to automatically generate an executable interface from an abstract description.

  • WWW – Rapid prototyping of web Applications combining domain specific languages and model driven design
    Proceedings of the 15th international conference on World Wide Web – WWW '06, 2006
    Co-Authors: Demetrius Arraes Nunes, Daniel Schwabe

    Abstract:

    There have been several authoring methods proposed in the literature that are model based, essentially following the Model Driven Design philosophy. While useful, such methods need an effective way to allow the Application Designer to somehow synthesize the actual running Application from the specification. In this paper, we describe HyperDE, an environment that combines Model Driven Design and Domain Specific Languages to enable rapid prototyping of Web Applications.

  • ICWE – Rapid prototyping of web Applications combining domain specific languages and model driven design
    Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Web engineering – ICWE '06, 2006
    Co-Authors: Demetrius Arraes Nunes, Daniel Schwabe

    Abstract:

    There have been several authoring methods proposed in the literature that are model based, essentially following the Model Driven Design philosophy. While useful, such methods need an effective way to allow the Application Designer to somehow synthesize the actual running Application from the specification. In this paper, we describe HyperDe, an environment that combines Model Driven Design and Domain Specific Languages. We show the advantages of this combination to enable rapid authoring and prototyping of Web Applications.