Ziyan Maraikar

Ziyan Maraikar
University of Peradeniya | UOP · Department of Computer Engineering

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Publications (7)
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Smart Parking Sensor Network project aims to develop a low cost sensor based parking system to map the usage of parking areas. This system consists of sensor nodes which can detect the occupancy of parking space; relay nodes to communicate between sensor nodes and the server; server application to get data from the relay nodes and send data to mobi...
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Reo is a channel-based coordination language, wherein circuit-like connectors model and implement interaction protocols in heterogeneous environments that coordinate components or services. Connectors are constructed from primitive channels and can be reconfigured dynamically. Reconfigurations can even execute within a pending I/O transaction. In t...
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The explosive popularity of mashups has given rise to a plethora of web-based tools for rapidly building mashups with minimal programming effort. In turn, this has spurred interest in using these tools to empower end-users to build situational applications for business. Situational applications based on Reo (SABRE) is a service composition platform...
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We present in this paper the Eclipse Coordination Tools (ECT), a set of visual tools for modeling, testing and executing Reo connector in the Eclipse development environment.
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The explosive popularity of mashups has given rise to a plethora of "mashup platforms". Using these web-based tools, mashups can be rapidly constructed with minimal programming effort. Reo for Mashups (ReforM) is a service composition platform that addresses ser-vice heterogeneity as a first-class concern, by adopting a mashup's data-centric approa...

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