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Location-based services in ubiquitous computing environments

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Location-based services in ubiquitous computing environments
This paper presents a framework for providing dynamically deployable services in ubiquitous computing settings. The goal of the framework is to provide people, places, and objects with computational functionalities to support and annotate them. Using RFID-based tracking systems, the framework detects the locations of physical entities, such as people or things, and deploys services bound to the entities at proper computing devices near where they are located. It enables location-based and personalized information services to be implemented as mobile agents and operated at stationary or mobile computing devices, which are at appropriate locations, even if the services do not have any location-information. This paper presents the rationale, design, implementation, and applications of our prototype infrastructure. Keywords Ubiquitous computing
Ichiro Satoh
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where JODL
Authors Ichiro Satoh
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