A Component-Based Platform for Accessing Context in Ubiquitous Computing Applications
Based upon a conceptual model for ubiquitous computing systems, this article presents a component-based platform for building context-aware applications. This platform introduces a high-level service to abstract context and to allow the rapid construction of dynamically reconfigurable applications. Moreover, the inputs and outputs of context components benefit from a strong typing, which permits design-time checks that can detect specification mistakes. At the end of the article, we introduce an implementation for this platform.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2007
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- JUCI addresses the most innovative researches and developments in this multidiscipline and includes all aspects related to ubiquitous computing and ubiquitous intelligence as well as the smart world, with emphasis on methodologies, models, semantics, awareness, architectures, middleware, tools, designs, implementations, experiments, evaluations, and non-technical but crucial factors in the practical applications of ubiquitous computing and intelligence related to economics, society, culture, ethics and so on.
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