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Using Event-based Style for Developing M2M Applications

Abstract : In this paper, we introduce how to write M2M applications by using INI, a programming language specified and implemented by ourselves that supports event-based style. With event-based programming, all M2M communication can be handled and scheduled. Programmers may use existing built-in events or define their own events. We apply our approach in a real M2M gateway, which allows gathering and exchanging information between sensors and machines in the network. The results shows that our work proposes a concise and elegant alternative and complement to industrial state-of-the-art languages such as Java or C/C++.
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Truong Giang Le, Olivier Hermant, Matthieu Manceny, Renaud Pawlak, Renaud Rioboo. Using Event-based Style for Developing M2M Applications. Proceedings of The 8th International Conference on Grid and Pervasive Computing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 7861, May 2013, Seoul, South Korea. pp.348-357. ⟨hal-00829759⟩



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