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A service-based network architecture for wearable robots

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A service-based network architecture for wearable robots
We are developing a network architecture for our novel robot concept of wearable robot. Wearable robots are mobile information devices capable of supporting remote communication and intelligent interaction between networked entities. In this paper, a service-based. wearable robot network architecture that involves extensions to the Jini network model is presented. We will discuss three extensions to the original Jini model. The first extension involves the incorporation of a task coordinator service such that the execution of the services can be managed using a priority queue. The second extension enables the system to automatically push the required service proxy to the client intelligently based on certain system-related conditions. In the third extension, we allow the system to automatically deliver the services based on contextual information. Using a fuzzy-logic-based decision making system, the matching service con determine whether the service should be automatically delivered ...
Ka Keung Lee, Ping Zhang, Yangsheng Xu
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICRA
Authors Ka Keung Lee, Ping Zhang, Yangsheng Xu
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