Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, 2003. (PerCom 2003). (2003)
Mar. 23, 2003 to Mar. 26, 2003
Kay Römer , ETH Zurich
Thomas Schoch , ETH Zurich
Friedemann Mattern , ETH Zurich
Thomas Dübendorfer , ETH Zurich
We present our results in the conceptual design and the implementation of ubiquitous computing applications using smart identification technologies. First, we describe such technologies and their potential application areas, followed by an overview of some applications we have developed. Based on the experiences we gained from the development of these systems, we point out design concepts that we find useful for structuring and implementing such applications. Building upon these concepts, we have created two frameworks based on Jini (i.e., distributed Java objects) and Web Services to support the development of ubiquitous computing applications that make use of smart identification technology. We describe our prototype frameworks, discuss the underlying concepts and present some lessons learned.
F. Mattern, K. Römer, T. Schoch and T. Dübendorfer, "Smart Identification Frameworks for Ubiquitous Computing Applications," Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, 2003. (PerCom 2003).(PERCOM), Fort Worth,Texas, 2003, pp. 253.