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Ruiz-IEEE-COMM-2005

On the Design of a Self-Managed Wireless Sensor Network

Ruiz, Braga, Silva, Assuncao, Nogueira, Loureiro

fault localization management network manet self-healing autonomic error diagnosis

@article{ruiz:ieee-comm-2005,
  title={On the Design of a Self-Managed Wireless Sensor Network},
  author={Ruiz, LB and Braga, TRM and Silva, FA and Assuncao, HP
          and Nogueira, JMS and Loureiro, AAF},
  journal={{IEEE} Communications Magazine},
  volume={43},
  number={8},
  pages={95--102},
  year={2005}
}

Enable self-organization, self-configuration, self-service, self-maintenance

  • Policy inputs from users to guide self-management

Either remoteness of deployment or size of wireless sensor networks may make manual oversight and management challenging

Multiple fire danger metrics for Brazil climate, structure:

  • Angstrom: Percent relative humidity, air temperature; most accurate
  • Nesterov: Temperature, air saturation deficit (based on maximum water vapor pressure, real water vapor pressure)
  • Monte Alegre: Based solely on humidity

Need to reliably deliver important notifications, i.e., event incident reports, to human users to respond

  • This needs to override energy saving policy, etc

Density control function

  • Voluntarily turn nodes off temporarily to manage congestion, collission, energy waste (redundant sensors)
  • Turn nodes back on when sparse areas are detected

Two components to policy language: Authorization, obligation

Changing behavior over time, adapting to context, e.g., when a fire is in progress

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