Self-Configurable Service Middleware for Pervasive Digital Home Environment

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Users will be able to access ubiquitously present appliances anywhere and anytime through pervasive digital home environment. For this, we need middleware that provides a high-level abstraction and self-configuration, and guarantees the interoperability among middleware. Further, it makes each appliance’s behavior context-aware, and supports a variety of adaptive behaviors. However, contemporary middlewares — HAVi, Jini, and UPnP — typically assume a static and welladministrated computing environment, and does not ensure interoperability with different middleware. This paper identifies self-configurable service middleware for the future pervasive digital home environment. It provides a desirable environment that supports adaptability and dynamic composability through appropriate high-level abstraction.
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Self-Configurable Middleware; Pervasive Digital Home; Dynamic Composing Service; High-level Abstraction; Interoperability among middleware

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