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Modeling, simulation, and practice of floor control for synchronous and ubiquitous collaboration

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Modeling, simulation, and practice of floor control for synchronous and ubiquitous collaboration
: With the advances in a variety of software/hardware technologies and wireless networking, there is coming a need for ubiquitous collaboration which allows people to access information systems independent of their access device and their physical capabilities and to communicate with other people in anytime and anywhere. Current virtual conferencing systems lack support for ubiquitous collaboration. As the number of collaborators with a large number of disparate access devices increases, mechanisms for dealing with consistency in an application shared among collaborators will have to be considered in an unambiguous manner. In this paper we address issues related in building a framework for synchronous and ubiquitous collaboration. First, to make ubiquitous collaboration more promising, we briefly present a framework built on heterogeneous (wire, wireless) computing environment and a set of session protocols defined in XML to provide a generic solution for controlling sessions and parti...
Kangseok Kim, Geoffrey C. Fox
Added 14 May 2011
Updated 14 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where MTA
Authors Kangseok Kim, Geoffrey C. Fox
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