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Middleware Architecture for Ambient Intelligence in the Networked Home

  • Nikolaos Georgantas
  • Valerie Issarny
  • Sonia Ben Mokhtar
  • Yerom-David Bromberg
  • Sebastien Bianco
  • Graham Thomson
  • Pierre-Guillaume Raverdy
  • Aitor Urbieta
  • Roberto Speicys Cardoso

Abstract

With computing and communication capabilities now embedded in most physical objects of the surrounding environment and most users carrying wireless computing devices, the Ambient Intelligence (AmI) / pervasive computing vision [28] pioneered by Mark Weiser [32] is becoming a reality. Devices carried by nomadic users can seamlessly network with a variety of devices, both stationary and mobile, both nearby and remote, providing a wide range of functional capabilities, from base sensing and actuating to rich applications (e.g., smart spaces). This then allows the dynamic deployment of pervasive applications, which dynamically compose functional capabilities accessible in the pervasive network at the given time and place of an application request.

Keywords

Communication Protocol Service Request Service Discovery Service Description Semantic Annotation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.INRIA Paris-RocquencourtFrance
  2. 2.University College LondonUK
  3. 3.Mondragon UnibertsitateaSpain

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