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Vol. 5, Special Issue, March 2009, pp.69-85

 

 

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Towards a Model and Specification for Visual Programming of Massively Distributed Embedded Systems

 

Meng WANG, Varun SUBRAMANIAN and Alex DOBOLI

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY 11794-2350, USA

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E-mail: adoboli@ece.sunysb.edu

 

Daniel CURIAC, Dan PESCARU and Codruta ISTIN

Faculty of Automatics and Computers, “Politehnica” University Timisoara,

Timisoara, 300223, Romania

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E-mail: daniel.curiac@aut.upt.ro

 

 

Received: 30 January 2009   /Accepted: 24 February 2009   /Published: 23 March 2009

 

Abstract: Massively distributed embedded systems are rapidly emerging as a key concept for many modern applications. However, providing efficient and scalable decision making capabilities to such systems is currently a significant challenge. This paper proposes a model and a specification language to allow automated synthesis of distributed controllers, which implement and interact through formalisms of different semantics. The paper refers to a case study to illustrate the main capabilities of the proposed concept.

 

Keywords: Cyber-physical systems, Networks of sensing systems, Goal-oriented programming

 

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