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|Title:||Goals and Policies for Sensor Network Management|
|Author(s):||Campbell, Gavin A|
Turner, Kenneth J
Mauri, J L
Monsi, M S H
|Citation:||Campbell GA & Turner KJ (2008) Goals and Policies for Sensor Network Management. In: Benveniste M, Braem B, Dini C, Fortino G, Karnapke R, Mauri J L, Monsi M S H (ed.). Second International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications, 2008. SENSORCOMM '08, Washington DC: IEEE Computer Society, pp. 354-359.|
|Keywords:||Sensor Network Management|
|Abstract:||This paper describes a goal-directed, policy-based approach to managing sensor networks in the context of a wind farm. It describes the use of policies to enable end-users to detect and handle events, and discusses how high-level goals can be used to configure both the sensor network and the monitored system. Such use of goals and policies for sensor network management is a new area of research. While this paper discusses the approach in relation to the wind farm domain, the frameworks described are applicable to sensor network management in general.|
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