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2005
Springer

WildCAT: a generic framework for context-aware applications

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WildCAT: a generic framework for context-aware applications
We present WildCAT, an extensible Java framework to ease the creation of context-aware applications. WildCAT provides a simple yet powerful dynamic model to represent an application’s execution context. The context information can be accessed by application programmers through two complimentary interfaces: synchronous requests (pull mode) and asynchronous notifications (push mode). Internally, WildCAT is designed as a framework supporting different levels of extensions, from the simple configuration of the default generic implementation to completely new implementations tailored to specific needs. A given application can mix different implementations for different aspects of its context while only depending on WildCAT’s simple and unified API. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.2.11 [Software Engineering]: Software Architectures; D.2.12 [Software Engineering]: Interoperability Keywords self-adaptive applications, context-awareness, framework
Pierre-Charles David, Thomas Ledoux
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where MIDDLEWARE
Authors Pierre-Charles David, Thomas Ledoux
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