Date of Completion
Honors College Thesis
Dr. Christian Skalka
programming languages, wireless sensor networks, network communication
This paper presents the design and implementation of three types of messaging primitives for the Scalaness programming language. The main idea behind this project was to extend the current version of Scalaness to include new messaging abstractions. Scalaness is a special purpose variant of Scala for running on the hub of a wireless sensor network. The three types of messages considered here are data reports from nodes to hub via a collection tree, small values sent from hub to nodes, and larger values sent from hub to nodes. These primitives are defined in the abstract, then implemented in Scala, and the necessary specifications for translation from Scalaness command to back end Scala code are made.
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Norton, Rebecca C., "Messaging in Scalaness: A Programming Language for Wireless Sensor Networks" (2014). UVM Honors College Senior Theses. 40.