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Title: Framework-specific DSL para sensoriamento participado
Author: Bernardino, Diogo Filipe Granja
Advisor: Cecília, Maria
Duarte, Sérgio
Keywords: Participatory sensing
Domain-specific language
Framework-specific DSL
Generative programming
Defense Date: 2011
Publisher: Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia
Abstract: DSLs (domain-specific languages) are specially important when used to support agile application development. The usage of specific abstractions/concepts in a particular application domain leads the developer to focus mainly on application logic forgetting structure details. In other hand, participatory sensing is an emergent area of mobile computation due to recently advances of technology in personal mobile devices, creating advance mobile sensors network. With user mobility, one can create interesting mobile applications, without the costs associated to large implementations of density mobile sensor networks. Thus, participatory sensing paradigm presents as one of the most promising and innovative areas in future application development. This dissertation focuses in the development of a graphic framework-specific DSL in participatory sensing, starting from the analysis of abstractions and concepts used at 4Sensing platform. The final result of this proposal is the possibility of developing participatory sensing applications with 4Sensing framework’s abstractions, with a graphical editor. This editor should generate code to integrate in a previously developed simulator, allowing the evaluation of applications in a simulated environment.
Description: Dissertação para obtenção do Grau de Mestre em Engenharia Informática
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