Architecting Service based Sensor Networks for the adept assimilation
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R.S.Ponmagal."Architecting Service based Sensor Networks for the adept assimilation"International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT),V4(2):135-141 Issue 2013 .ISSN 2231-2803.www.ijcttjournal.org. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.
Abstract: -The aim of this paper is to propose an architectural model for assimilating distributed Sensor Networks through cloud paradigm. This strategy can be applied to monitor and control the physical parameters such as Temperature, Pressure and Level. It is proposed to consider the use of service oriented architecture to program and deploy the sensed parameters. The service oriented architecture for sensor network has been implemented in such a way that for every specific requirement of the monitor center, the assimilation agent invoke the services of the sensors through a registry and the specific changes in the sensed parameters are also notified as auditable event using push interaction pattern of SOA. The assimilation agent serves as an adept component by providing authentication services. This SOA is extended to integrate different types of sensor networks trough cloud environment. Hence several sensors can be networked together to monitor different process parameters and they have been assimilated with Internet by registering them as services hence a complete distributed assimilation environment is exploited.
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Keywords—Sensor, Service, SOA, Internet, assimilation, cloud.