Design Two Sensor Data Storages


With the advent of low-power microsensors, actuators, embedded processors, and RF radios, it becomes feasible to deploy large-scale networks of sensing devices. Since then a lot of research has taken place in the field of sensor networks which has dealt with various new issues such as power management, routing, naming, querying, aggregation, localization, time synchronization and more recently, Systems issues such as operating system support, programming language support, security issues, simulators, virtual machine support, and debugging tools. In this paper we evaluate two of the proposed systems for sensor data storage in total data parameter received by sink node names SSW (Semantic Sensor Web) and SemSOS (Semantic Service Observation). They represent and store their data in semantically form.

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  • 1 Introduction
  • 2. Background
  • 3 Evaluation and Comparison
  • 6. Summaries
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Topics: Sensors, Design

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