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Graduate student, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Rutgers University
Advisor: Prof. Manish Parashar. 

contact info:
jnyan ?at ?winlab.rutgers.edu
CAIP, Core, Room 623
96 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854

**New** Decentralized Autonomic Control and management with Dependable Sensor Pervasive Systems
  We propose a decentralized autonomic control framework with the con sideration of varied application and network control requirements and communicat ion constraints. As a result, graceful degration can be expected in the presence of failures, uncertainties, and dynamics of applications and systems.
A contend-based middleware and programming framework for pervasive environments
  • Associative Rendezvous: Content-based Decoupled Interactions
  • A content-based decoupled interaction model for information sharing, service discovery in pervasive environments. The interaction model is based on content, rather than names or addresses. The interaction model can support one-to-one, many-to-one, one-to-many, and aggregation, etc. interaction patterns in an asynchronous and distributed way. The current prototype of Meteor builds on JXTA peer-t o-peer framework and has been deployed on various distributed platforms, includi ng the PlanetLab wide-area network testbed.
  • Programming Model for Sensor-based Pervasive Environments
  • Cascading local behavior (CLB) is a programming model to enable pervasiv e applications by using local interaction rules for emerging system-wide behavio rs. In the CLB programming model, the behaviors of individual application elemen ts (i.e., components, services) are locally defined in terms of local state, and context and content events, and result in data and interest messages being prod uced. Interactions, compositions and application flows emerge as a consequence o f the cascading effect of such local behaviors, without having to be explicitly programmed.
  • Content-based Middleware Infrastructure for Pervasive Environments
AutoMate Autonomic Computing software systems that provide self-managing and self-protecting capabilities

Last updated on 03/09/2008