Dependency Management in Smart Homes

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Dependency Management in Smart Homes
In future smart homes functionality will be provided to the inhabitants by software services decoupled from the underlying hardware devices. While this will enhance flexibility and will allow to provide cross-functionalities across multiple devices it will also lead to resource conflicts. Future devices will provide basic functionalities which are used by separate higher level services. Each person will use a number of different services and each environment can be inhabited by multiple users at the same time. All respective services have to be executed based on a limited number of devices, which will result in resource conflicts. In this paper we describe how we extended our existing dependency management approach for smart home services with a mechanism for monitoring service bindings and handling access control based on priority groups.
Daniel Retkowitz, Sven Kulle
Added 09 Nov 2010
Updated 09 Nov 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where DAIS
Authors Daniel Retkowitz, Sven Kulle
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