Two SICS Papers at the IP+SN Workshop

12 April, 2011 - 21:48

The SICS Networked Embedded Systems group presented two papers, one joint with Johns Hopkins University and the University of California at Berkeley, at the IP+SN workshop in Chicago on April 11, 2011. The IP+SN workshop focuses on low-power Internet-connected devices. The SICS papers present interoperability results for the Contiki and TinyOS operating systems and how the Internet Protocol (IP) can be used to assist in the network deployment process. The presentation slides are available from the workshop homepage and the full citations for the papers are below.

[1]

Jeonggil Ko, Joakim Eriksson, Nicolas Tsiftes, Stephen Dawson-Haggerty, Andreas
Terzis, Adam Dunkels, and David Culler.
ContikiRPL and TinyRPL: Happy together.
In Proceedings of the workshop on Extending the Internet to Low
power and Lossy Networks (IP+SN 2011)
, April 2011.
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[2]

Simon Duquennoy amd Niclas Wirstom, Nicolas Tsiftes, and Adam Dunkels.
Leveraging IP for sensor network deployment.
In Proceedings of the workshop on Extending the Internet to Low
power and Lossy Networks (IP+SN 2011)
, April 2011.
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.pdf ]