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Lightweight Dew Computing Paradigm to Manage Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks with UAVs

by   Archana Rajakaruna, et al.
Association for Computing Machinery

The proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies have strengthen the self-monitoring and autonomous characteristics of the sensor networks deployed in numerous application areas. The recent developments of the edge computing paradigms have also enabled on-sight processing and managing capabilities of sensor networks. In this paper we introduce a lightweight realization of the novel dew computing paradigm that helps to manage data processing tasks of a heterogeneous wireless sensor networks. The performance of proposed solution is analyzed by using the simulation results. Moreover, in order to demonstrate the practical usability of the given solution, the prototype implementation is presented using the commercial off-the-shelf devices.


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