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MDE to Manage Communications with and between Resource-Constrained Systems

Abstract : With the emergence of Internet of Things (IoT), many things which typically used to be isolated or operated in small local networks, will be interconnected through the Internet. One main challenge to tackle in IoT is efficient management of communication between things, since things can be very different in terms of available resources, size and communication protocols. Current Internet-enabled devices are typically powerful enough to rely on common operating systems, standard network protocols and middlewares. In IoT many devices will be too constrained to rely on such resource-consuming infrastructures; they run ad-hoc proprietary protocols. The contribution of this paper is a modelbased approach for the efficient provisioning and management of the communication between heterogeneous resource-constrained devices. It includes a DSML which compiles to a set of interoperable communication libraries providing an abstract communication layer that can integrate both powerful and resource-constrained devices. The approach is implemented in an IDE for the development resource-constrained Things.
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Franck Fleurey, Brice Morin, Arnor Solberg, Olivier Barais. MDE to Manage Communications with and between Resource-Constrained Systems. Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, Oct 2011, Wellington, New Zealand. pp.16. ⟨hal-00647141⟩



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