Abstract: Although many recent studies have focused on the development of new applications for wireless sensor networks, less attention has been paid to knowledge-based sensor nodes. The objective of this work is the development in a real network of a new distributed system in which every sensor node can execute a set of applications, such as fuzzy ruled-base systems, measures, and actions. The sensor software is based on a multi-agent structure that is composed of three components: management, application control, and communication agents; a service interface, which provides applications the abstraction of sensor hardware and other components; and an application layer protocol. The results show the effectiveness of the communication protocol and that the proposed system is suitable for a wide range of applications. As real world applications, this work presents an example of a fuzzy rule-based system and a noise pollution monitoring application that obtains a fuzzy noise indicator.
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Cuevas-Martinez, J.C.; Gadeo-Martos, M.A.; Fernandez-Prieto, J.A.; Canada-Bago, J.; Yuste-Delgado, A.J. Wireless Intelligent Sensors Management Application Protocol-WISMAP. Sensors 2010, 10, 8827-8849.
Cuevas-Martinez JC, Gadeo-Martos MA, Fernandez-Prieto JA, Canada-Bago J, Yuste-Delgado AJ. Wireless Intelligent Sensors Management Application Protocol-WISMAP. Sensors. 2010; 10(10):8827-8849.
Cuevas-Martinez, Juan Carlos; Gadeo-Martos, Manuel Angel; Fernandez-Prieto, Jose Angel; Canada-Bago, Joaquin; Yuste-Delgado, Antonio Jesus. 2010. "Wireless Intelligent Sensors Management Application Protocol-WISMAP." Sensors 10, no. 10: 8827-8849.