- J. Koshy and R. Pandey. (VMStar) "VM*: Synthesizing Scalable Runtime Environments for Sensor Networks," In Proceedings of ACM SenSys 2005, San Diego, CA. (PDF)
- J. Koshy and R. Pandey. "Remote Incremental Linking for
Energy-Efficient Reprogramming of Sensor Networks," In Proceedings of the European Workshop on Sensor Networks (EWSN) 2005, Istanbul, Turkey. (PDF)
- J. Wu and R. Pandey. "BOTS: A Constraint-based Component System for Synthesizing Scalable Software Systems," To appear in Proceedings of ACM Conference on Languages, Compilers and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES), June 2006, Ottawa, Canada.
- C. Nitta, R. Pandey and Y. Ramin. "Y-Threads: Supporting Concurrency in Wireless Sensor Networks," To appear in International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS), June, 2006, San Francisco, CA.
- I. Wirjawan, J. Koshy, R. Pandey and Y. Ramin.
"Balancing Computation and Code Distribution Costs: The Case for Hybrid Execution in Sensor Networks," Technical Report CSE-2006-35, Department of Computer Science, UC Davis.(PDF)
- D. Durkin and R. Pandey. "Transparent Management of Long Term
Storage in Sensor Networks through Object Persistence," (submitted).
- E. Bergstrom, S. Han, J. Koshy and R. Pandey.
"Turning the Wheel: Incremental Dissemination of Semantic-Level Code
Updates Within Sensor-Networks," In submission.
- L. Popa, I. Athanasiu, C. Raiciu, R. Pandey and R. Teodorescu,
"Using Code Collection to Support Large Applications
on Mobile Devices," In Proceedings of the International
Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom) 2004, Philadelphia, PA. (PDF)
- S. Tseng and R. Pandey, "A Hierarchical Routing
Protocol for Networks of Heterogeneous Sensors," In Proceedings of the
International Conference on Real-Time and Embedded Computing Systems
and Applications (RTCSA), 2004. Gothenburg, Sweden.
- R. Teodorescu and R. Pandey. "Using JIT compilation and
configurable runtime systems for deployment of Java programs on
ubiquitous devices." In Proceedings of the International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp) 2001, pp 76--95. Atlanta, GA. (PDF)