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Management of Intelligent Campus Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Runtime Model

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To quick customize and develop intelligent campus internet of things (ICIOT) system more efficiently, in this paper an approach based on runtime model to managing intelligent campus wireless sensor networks is proposed. Firstly, manageability of intelligent campus wireless sensors is abstracted as runtime models which automatically and immediately propagate any observable runtime changes of target resources to corresponding architecture models. Then, a composite model of intelligent campus wireless sensors is constructed through merging their runtime models in order to manage different kinds of devices in a unified way. Finally, a customized model is constructed according to the personalized management requirement and the synchronization between the customized model and the composite model is ensured through model transformation. Thus, all the management tasks can be carried through executing operating programs on the customized model. In the part of the teaching area schools conducted experiments and compared with the traditional method, this method can be more effective management of campus facilities, more energy efficient and orderly, which can reach a 16.7% energy saving.

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Zhang, P. and Wang, J. (2015) Management of Intelligent Campus Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Runtime Model. Journal of Computer and Communications, 3, 22-31. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2015.37003.

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