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Kansei: A High-Fidelity Sensing Testbed
March/April 2006 (vol. 10 no. 2)
pp. 35-47
Anish Arora, The Ohio State University
Emre Ertin, The Ohio State University
Rajiv Ramnath, The Ohio State University
Mikhail Nesterenko, Kent State University
William Leal, The Ohio State University
Hardware and software testbeds are becoming the preferred basis for experimenting with embedded wireless sensor network applications. The Kansei testbed at the Ohio State University features a heterogeneous hardware infrastructure, with dedicated node resources for local computation, storage, data retrieval, and back-channel communication. Kansei includes a time-accurate hybrid simulation engine that uses testbed hardware resources to simulate large arrays. It supports high-fidelity sensor data generation as well as real-time data and event injection. The testbed also includes software components and an associated job-control language for complex multi-tier experiments.
Index Terms:
sensor networks, Kansei, sensor network testbeds, motes
Citation:
Anish Arora, Emre Ertin, Rajiv Ramnath, Mikhail Nesterenko, William Leal, "Kansei: A High-Fidelity Sensing Testbed," IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 35-47, March-April 2006, doi:10.1109/MIC.2006.37
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