ABSYNTH - The Archetype-Based SYNTHesis Project
The goal of the ABSYNTH Project is to make it easier for domain
experts to design and implement wireless sensor network applications.
We are pursuing this goal through the use of language, compiler,
and synthesis technologies. ABSYNTH is a collaborative project with
personnel at Northwestern (EECS and CEE), the University of Michigan, and the University of California, Irvine.
The private ABSYNTH project discussion group is available here. The private email lists are separately available to project members.
You can try out the ABSYNTH Web
Compiler, which provides access to our WASP2, SensorBASIC, and GAIL languages on a small
sensornet testbed. You can also find the repositories for the Enix, and EcoExec systems. The PowerMod design files are also available.
This project is made possible by support from the National Science
Foundation (NSF) via grants CNS-0721978 and CNS-0721926, and by
previous awards noted in the relevant past projects' sites.