Remote Sensor Calibration Through MADAMS Services
|Title||Remote Sensor Calibration Through MADAMS Services|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Authors||Cicirelli, F, Furfaro, A, Grimaldi, D, Nigro, L|
|Conference Name||Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications, 2005. IDAACS 2005. IEEE|
|Keywords||calibration, Clamps, computerised instrumentation, Data acquisition, Distributed computing, distributed measurement systems, distributed sensors, dynamic measurement services, Instruments, Internet, Java, Java/Jini, MADAMS services, measurement systems, Remote sensing, remote sensor calibration, sensor calibration, Sensor phenomena and characterization, Sensor systems, services, software architecture, Software measurement, Web and internet services|
The work described in this paper aims at supporting the development of distributed measurement systems using the service oriented computing paradigm. A general architecture -MADAMS- was designed and implemented which allows highly dynamic measurement services to be deployed, i.e. published, retrieved and exploited in a networked context. MADAMS depends on Java/Jini. As a significant application, the paper focus on controlling remote sensors abstracted as MADAMS services. In particular, a service catalogue is described which allows remote sensor calibration over the Internet.