Conference contribution
(Original article)


Data Stream Query Optimization Across System Boundaries of Server and Sensor Network


Publication Details
Author(s): Lindner W, Meyer-Wegener K, Velke H
Title edited volumes: Proceedings - IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management
Publisher: IEEE CS Press
Publishing place: Los Alamitos, CA
Publication year: 2006
Conference Proceedings Title: Mobile Data Management
Pages range: 25
ISBN: 0-7695-2526-1
ISSN: 1551-6245

Event details
Event: MDM 2006, Proc. 7th International Conference
Event location: Nara, Japan
Start date of the event: 10/05/2006
End date of the event: 12/05/2006
Language: English

Abstract

One of the most important input providers for data stream management systems (DSMSs) is a sensor network. Such a network can have query functionality offered as a sensor network query processor (SNQP). Then some of the data stream operators can be executed in the DSMS as well as in the SNQP. This paper addresses the problem of finding the optimal solution. It shows first steps like the moving of operators and the modification of the epoch duration. The primary goal is to prolong the lifetime of the sensor network. A QoS-based goal function is introduced, and the optimization process is explained. It has been implemented with Borealis and TinyDB. Some preliminary results from the ongoing evaluation are given. © 2006 IEEE.



Focus Area of Individual Faculties


How to cite
APA: Lindner, W., Meyer-Wegener, K., & Velke, H. (2006). Data Stream Query Optimization Across System Boundaries of Server and Sensor Network. In Mobile Data Management (pp. 25). Nara, Japan, JP: Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE CS Press.

MLA: Lindner, Wolfgang, Klaus Meyer-Wegener, and Holger Velke. "Data Stream Query Optimization Across System Boundaries of Server and Sensor Network." Proceedings of the MDM 2006, Proc. 7th International Conference, Nara, Japan Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE CS Press, 2006. 25.

BibTeX: Download
Share link
Last updated on 2017-11-23 at 01:49
PDF downloaded successfully