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Context Aggregation and Dissemination in Ubiquitous Computing Systems

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Context Aggregation and Dissemination in Ubiquitous Computing Systems
Many “ubiquitous computing” applications need a constant flow of information about their environment to be able to adapt to their changing context. To support these “context-aware” applications we propose a graph-based abstraction for collecting, aggregating, and disseminatext information. The abstraction models context information as events, produced by sources and flowing through a directed acyclic graph of event-processing operators and delivered to subscribing applications. Applications describe their desired event stream as a tree of operators that aggregate low-level context information published by existing sources into the high-level context information needed by the application. The operator graph is thus the dynamic combination of all applications’ subscription trees. In this paper, we motivate and describe our graph abstraction, and discuss a variety of critical design issues. We also sketch our Solar system, an implementation that represents one point in the de...
Guanling Chen, David Kotz
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where WMCSA
Authors Guanling Chen, David Kotz
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