Presentation 2001/5/11
STONE : Context-aware Network Service Architecture
Hiroyuki MORIKAWA, Masateru MINAMI, Tomonori AOYAMA,
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Abstract(in English) In the future, interconnected devices will be so commonplace that "the Internet" becomes invisible. Devices span from the so tiny that the computer disappears, to servers so large that storage limits vanish. The key towards this is to design an information infrastructure where computing and content resources are completely transparent to the user. We are developing STONE to make it more convenient ibr people to interact with information, devices, and other people. STONE, a network application service platform, dynamically synthesizes a desired environment-aware service from a set of ubiquitous functions. STONE achieves distributed transparency and context awareness through the use of an appropriate naming system that is overlaid on existing networks. This paper presents the motivation, design goals, application scenario, architecture design, and a prototype implementation of STONE.
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Keyword(in English) Ubiquitous Computing / Network Service / Transparent Computing / Context-aware / Naming
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Title (in English) STONE : Context-aware Network Service Architecture
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Keyword(1) Ubiquitous Computing
Keyword(2) Network Service
Keyword(3) Transparent Computing
Keyword(4) Context-aware
Keyword(5) Naming
1st Author's Name Hiroyuki MORIKAWA
1st Author's Affiliation School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo()
2nd Author's Name Masateru MINAMI
2nd Author's Affiliation School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
3rd Author's Name Tomonori AOYAMA
3rd Author's Affiliation School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo
Date 2001/5/11
Paper # IN2001-12
Volume (vol) vol.101
Number (no) 62
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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