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Task computing for ubiquitous multimedia services

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Task computing for ubiquitous multimedia services
The Task Computing framework is designed to operate in dynamic ubiquitous environments in which a mobile computing user dynamically discovers the current set of available semantically defined services. Task Computing allows the end-user to easily and seamlessly integrate and manipulate services found on their own computer, the nearby devices and relevant remote web services. The user can create, execute and monitor complex tasks resulting from compositions of these services. In this paper, how Task Computing addresses some issues in mobile and ubiquitous multimedia applications and some of the multimedia related semantic services currently implemented in this framework are described. Keywords Task Computing, Semantic Web Service, Service Discovery, OWL-S, UPnP
Zhexuan Song, Ryusuke Masuoka, Jonathan R. Agre, Y
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where MUM
Authors Zhexuan Song, Ryusuke Masuoka, Jonathan R. Agre, Yannis Labrou
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