Title: DAViM: a dynamically adaptable virtual machine for sensor networks
Authors: Michiels, Sam ×
Horré, Wouter
Joosen, Wouter
Verbaeten, Pierre #
Issue Date: Nov-2006
Publisher: ACM Press
Host Document: Proceedings of the international workshop on Middleware for sensor networks pages:7-12
Conference: International Workshop on Middleware for Sensor Networks edition:1 location:Melbourne, Australia date:November 28, 2006
Abstract: Sensor networks are being deployed for substantial periods of activity, and are being used by multiple applications with possibly diverse requirements. Since manually upgrading or updating sensor software is often impossible, run-time software reconfiguration represents a considerable success factor for many practical usage scenarios of sensor networks. This paper presents DAViM, the Distrinet Adaptable Virtual Machine and describes how it allows to customize sensor behavior, to extend its functionality and to execute multiple applications in parallel. We have evaluated the proposed architecture by implementing a proof-of-concept prototype on micaZ hardware. First results indicate that it is already feasible to run the DAViM core on micaZ hardware, while memory requirements of the full DAViM implementation are close enough to fit on more recent sensor hardware.
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
Appears in Collections:Informatics Section
× corresponding author
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