Architectural Implications for Context Adaptive Smart Spaces

Patrick Nixon, S Dobson, S Terzis, F Wang

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Abstract

Buildings and spaces are complex entities containing complex social structures and interactions. A smart space is a composite of the users that inhabit it, the IT infrastructure that supports it, and the sensors and appliances that service it. Rather than separating the IT from the buildings and from the appliances that inhabit them and treating them as separate systems, pervasive computing combines them and allows them to interact. We outline a reactive context architecture that supports this vision of integrated smart spaces and explore some implications for building large-scale pervasive systems.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Pages156-160
Number of pages5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002
EventProceedings, IEEE 5th International Workshop on Networked Appliances 2002 - Liverpool.
Duration: 1 Jan 2002 → …

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ConferenceProceedings, IEEE 5th International Workshop on Networked Appliances 2002
Period1/01/02 → …

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Ubiquitous computing
Sensors
Composite materials

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Nixon, P., Dobson, S., Terzis, S., & Wang, F. (2002). Architectural Implications for Context Adaptive Smart Spaces. In Unknown Host Publication (pp. 156-160) https://doi.org/10.1109/IWNA.2002.1241353
Nixon, Patrick ; Dobson, S ; Terzis, S ; Wang, F. / Architectural Implications for Context Adaptive Smart Spaces. Unknown Host Publication. 2002. pp. 156-160
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