Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of KanseiSensorNet


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Timestamp:
12/03/08 10:41:32 (13 years ago)
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hzhang@cs.wayne.edu
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  • KanseiSensorNet

    v2 v3  
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    1414Principal Investigator:
    15 Anish Arora
    16 Ohio State University
    17 anish@cse.ohio-state.edu
     15Anish Arora,
     16Ohio State University,
     17anish@cse.ohio-state.edu,
    1818http://www.cse.ohio-state.edu/~anish/ [[BR]]
    1919Co-Principal Investigator:
    20 Hongwei Zhang
    21 Wayne State University
    22 hzhang@cs.wayne.edu
     20Rajiv Ramnath,
     21Ohio State University,
     22ramnath@cse.ohio-state.edu,
     23http://www.cse.ohio-state.edu/~ramnath/ [[BR]]
     24Co-Principal Investigator:
     25Hongwei Zhang,
     26Wayne State University,
     27hzhang@cs.wayne.edu,
    2328http://www.cs.wayne.edu/~hzhang/ [[BR]]
    2429Co-Principal Investigator:
    25 Sami Ayyorgun
    26 Los Alamos National Laboratory
    27 sami@lanl.gov
     30Sami Ayyorgun,
     31Los Alamos National Laboratory,
     32sami@lanl.gov,
    2833http://public.lanl.gov/sami/ [[BR]]
    2934
     
    3843'''Scope'''
    3944
    40 The scope of work on this project is to adapt your large-scale prototype wireless sensor network to provide GENI-compliant interfaces and principles, to provide publically available support for programmability, virtualization, and slice-based experimentation, and to deploy three geographically dispersed sites in a federated arrangement.  Also, provide periodic demonstrations, code releases and installation packages. 
     45The scope of work on this project is to adapt the large-scale prototype wireless sensor networks of Kansei Consortium to provide GENI-compliant interfaces and principles, to provide publically available support for programmability, virtualization, and slice-based experimentation, and to deploy three geographically dispersed sites in a federated arrangement.  Also, provide periodic demonstrations, code releases and installation packages. 
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    4247Furthermore, provide an experiment interaction dashboard as well as a scripting environment for composing long-running, complex/phased experiments.  And finally, provide the Kansei Doctor, whose multi-level invariant-based detector-corrector modules will help make Kansei more self-repairing and autonomic.
     
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    7984        IT contact at Ohio State University:  Rajiv Ramnath[[BR]]
    80         IT contact at Wayne State University:  Baniel Eklund[[BR]]
     85        IT contact at Wayne State University:  Hongwei Zhang [[BR]]
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    8893
    8994[http://ceti.cse.ohio-state.edu/siefast/group/index.htm  Kansei Sensor Network Testbed][[BR]]
     95[http://www.cs.wayne.edu/~hzhang/group/systems-and-downloads.html#NetEye  NetEye Sensor Network Testbed][[BR]]