Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.

Lecture Notes in Informatics


Modellierung 2008, 12.-14. Maerz 2008, Berlin P-127, 237-242 (2008).

Gesellschaft fuer Informatik, Bonn
2008


Editors

Thomas Kuehne (ed.), Wolfgang Reisig (ed.), Friedrich Steimann (ed.)


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Contents

Domain-specific languages for wireless sensor networks

Daniel A. Sadilek

Abstract


Programming wireless sensor networks is difficult. Using low-level languages like C or Assembler requires detailed knowledge about the hardware and its limitations. The behavior of a sensor node has to be described in terms of memory addresses, registers, and very basic data manipulation operations. Domain-specific languages help to ease the programming. They raise the programming abstraction and, for instance, allow to describe a sensor node's behavior in terms of current sensor values and sensor value change events. By abstracting from low-level details, a domain-specific language may even enable domain-experts to describe the behavior of a wireless sensor network. The goal of my thesis is to develop and evaluate an approach for defining domain-specific languages for wireless sensor networks and for simulating, compiling, and executing programs formulated in these domain-specific languages.


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