Simultaneous Data Management in Sensor-Based Systems using Disaggregation and Processing
Abstract: To enable high performance data management for sensor-based systems the system components in an architecture has to be tailored to the situation at hand. Therefore, each component has to handle a massive amount of data independently, and at the same time cooperate with other components within a system. To facilitate rapid data processing between components, a model detailing the flow of information and specifying internal component structures will assist in faster and more reliable system designs. This thesis presents a model for a scalable, safe, reliable and high performing system for managing sensor-based data. Based on the model a prototype is developed that can be used to handle a large amount of messages from various distributed sensors. The different components within the prototype are evaluated and their advantages and disadvantages are presented. The result merits the architecture of the prototype and validates the initial requirements of how it should operate to achieve high performance. By combining components with individual advantages, a system can be designed that allows a high amount of simultaneous data to be disaggregated into its respective category, processed to make the information usable and stored in a database for easy access to interested parties.
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