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A middleware infrastracture for building mixed reality applications in ubiquitous computing environments

E. Tokunaga, A. Van Der Zee Makoto, K. Masahiro Nemoto, T. Nakajima
The First Annual International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Networking and Services, 2004. MOBIQUITOUS 2004.  
Our middleware infrastructure hides all the complexities to build mixed reality applications for ubiquitous computing.  ...  and automatic reconfiguration when developing mixed reality applications for ubiquitous computing.  ...  We found that the following two requirements must be satisfied for building mixed reality applications in ubiquitous computing environments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mobiq.2004.1331745 dblp:conf/mobiquitous/TokunagaZKNN04 fatcat:7fnil5qrybbj7dm73chjhnf2ea

QoS-Aware Middleware for Ubiquitous Environment: A Review and Proposed Solution

Anas Al-Roubaiey, M. AL-Rhman Alkhiaty
2014 Journal of Computational Engineering  
In this work we survey the literature to demonstrate, in detail, the characteristics and the challenges of the ubiquitous computing as well as the requirements for building ubiquitous software that brings  ...  Ubiquitous computing applications are likely to be different, where computing systems are available anywhere but not visible.  ...  Ubiquitous computing refers to building a global computing environment where seamless and invisible access to computing resources is provided to the user.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/725960 fatcat:m5rcoxtkenen7lwyyjljl23rwq

Ubiquitous System Software

2004 IEEE pervasive computing  
ubiquitous computing environments.  ...  Council (DFG) is investigating interaction metaphors for instrumented environments, taking them as example scenarios for ubiquitous computing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2004.1321029 fatcat:gl7ezimbq5fqfaiwmv6oza5e6a

The case for end-user programming of ubiquitous computing environments

Seth Holloway, Christine Julien
2010 Proceedings of the FSE/SDP workshop on Future of software engineering research - FoSER '10  
To bridge this gap between what technology can provide and what users need and want from ubiquitous computing, we motivate the need for end-user programming in ubiquitous computing environments and provide  ...  We posit that the reason ubiquitous computing environments are still largely unrealized is because research is technology-centric, with inadequate focus on users.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank EDGE for research facilities. This work was funded, in part, by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Grant # CNS-0620245.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1882362.1882398 dblp:conf/sigsoft/HollowayJ10 fatcat:spo23iiqojdzhjn3zuj3vuwgdi

Analysis Of Global Trends In Building Ubiquitous Information Technology Market Environment

Yangkoo Kang, Joseph Chunghi Ha
2011 International Business & Economics Research Journal  
Only when countries and enterprises catch the latest information and process it for application, they can expect to succeed.  ...  Transition to a ubiquitous society may be a quiet revolution, but the reaching effects of the transition will be tremendous.  ...  Japan is investing efforts at governmental level, given that it is very critical for Japan to build a well-organized ubiquitous network and create lots of examples for application in the quickest fashion  ... 
doi:10.19030/iber.v6i4.3364 fatcat:435bfckmkranhm5uzh4jx6qsd4

The 2005 UbiApp Workshop: What Makes Good Application-Led Research?

R. Sharp, K. Rehman
2005 IEEE pervasive computing  
Some attendees observed that many ubiquitous computing research projects design and build new applications as "proof of concept demonstrators."  ...  Technology-led research can open up new possibilities for applications, and, conversely, new applications can generate requirements for ubiquitous computing technology.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2005.69 fatcat:t5pzrg64lbebzkn7loeb6y3ige

Software infrastructure and design challenges for ubiquitous computing applications

Guruduth Banavar, Abraham Bernstein
2002 Communications of the ACM  
Ubiquitous computing applications are likely to be different-they will be embedded in the users' physical environments and integrate seamlessly with their everyday tasks.  ...  Computing in a Social Environment. Another major characteristic of ubiquitous computing technology is that it has a significant impact on the social environments in which it is used.  ...  Permission to make digital or hard copies of all or part of this work for personal or classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage  ... 
doi:10.1145/585597.585622 fatcat:5mdznvalwzdsxobresllmrsz64

Guest Editors' Introduction: Building and Evaluating Ubiquitous System Software

V. Cahill, A. Fox, T. Kindberg, B. Noble
2004 IEEE pervasive computing  
Even given support for prototyping, constructing a ubiquitous computing application is a daunting task.  ...  of one.world and, more importantly, reports on his experiences in building and writing applications for it.  ...  His research interests include the design of robust software infrastructure for Internet and ubiquitous computing services and user interface issues related to mobile and ubiquitous computing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2004.1321023 fatcat:ekbubkmbyjbbhmkl5kfhfko6ne

Location Modeling for Ubiquitous Computing Based on the Spatial Information Management Technology

Yun Gil Lee, Jin Won Choi, Il Ju Lee
2006 Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering  
Location modeling, a basis of location-aware applications, is a critical area of research in ubiquitous computing and related applications.  ...  At the end of the paper we present the CAAD system "Vitruius", designed to defi ne architectural spaces appropriately and manage them easily for the ubiquitous computing environment.  ...  Advanced Applications The semantic location model in Vitruvius can be applied to various applications for the ubiquitous computing environment.  ... 
doi:10.3130/jaabe.5.105 fatcat:j6a7ozc4lfcrvlegz3vca6qeeq

Living laboratories

Gregory D. Abowd, Christopher G. Atkeson, Aaron F. Bobick, Irfan A. Essa, Blair MacIntyre, Elizabeth D. Mynatt, Thad E. Starner
2000 CHI '00 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '00  
In these laboratories, we are investigating and building futuristic computing applications that apply ubiquitous computing technology to everyday life, such as in the classroom, the office, and the home  ...  The Residential Laboratory will serve as the living laboratory for ubiquitous computing in home life.  ... 
doi:10.1145/633292.633416 dblp:conf/chi/AbowdABEMMS00 fatcat:calfzwegcvgynhzqwo364tewxa

Soundless Revolution: Comparative Analysis On How To Propel The Global Ubiquitous IT Business Market According To Changes In The World Information Technology Market Environment

Yangkoo Kang, Joseph Chunghi
2011 Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS)  
Only when countries and enterprises catch the latest information and process it for application, they can expect to succeed.  ...  Comparative analysis on how to propel Ubiquitous Business Market in advanced enterprises in EU and Japan can be done too.  ...  Japan is investing efforts at governmental level, given that it is very critical for Japan to build a well-organized ubiquitous network and create lots of examples for application in the quickest fashion  ... 
doi:10.19030/rbis.v11i2.4424 fatcat:5l76ubp5izbkzptmiobehay7jq

Making Everyday Life Easier Using Dense Sensor Networks [chapter]

W. Steven Conner, Lakshman Krishnamurthy, Roy Want
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
These networks foster a new class of ubiquitous computing applications called proactive computing.  ...  Drawing on this experience, we identify technical challenges and possible directions for building dense networks of sensors that enable proactive computing.  ...  Human participation in the compute-loop dominates these applications. Another class of ubiquitous-computing applications has been termed proactive computing [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45427-6_6 fatcat:r7m6lvvgwvc5hdqojdvouchq7a

Ubiquitous Intelligence and computing for enabling a smarter world

Diego López-de-Ipiña, Liming Chen, Nathalie Mitton, Gang Pan
2017 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Ubiquitous Computing, or Pervasive Computing, uses these many ''smart things or u-things'' to create smart environments, services and applications.  ...  Ubiquitous computing and digital applications are also the new engines of the global economy. Ubiquitous Intelligence is an emerging research field covering many disciplines.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-017-1015-3 fatcat:i5gmowbsprbchkn5vfbdl4kmgi

Special issue on "Intelligent systems and services for ubiquitous computing"

Jong Hyuk Park, Jianhua Ma, Laurence T. Yang, Anind K. Dey
2009 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
, information processing and middleware architectures for ubiquitous computing environments.  ...  Others focus on specific intelligent services and applications based on ubiquitous computing environments. More specifically, H.  ...  , information processing and middleware architectures for ubiquitous computing environments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-009-0230-y fatcat:qe45t3lzlnhr7la7lljc5kb3nm

Physical Prototyping with Smart-Its

H. Gellersen, G. Kortuem, A. Schmidt, M. Beigl
2004 IEEE pervasive computing  
Exploring novel ubiquitous computing systems and applications inevitably requires prototyping physical components.  ...  He received his PhD in computer science from  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Smart-Its project was supported by the Commission of the European Union under key action "Future and Emerging Technologies" as part of "The Disappearing Computer" research initiative  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2004.1321032 fatcat:ie6hbb5z4rbsdpiircz6ay2ykm
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