A Demonstration of Pervasive Device Integration With SEAP-Based Middleware

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Executive Summary

This paper describes a demonstration of the SEAP middleware architecture applied to pervasive computing applications. SEAP, or Sensor Enablement for the Average Programmer, is an architectural pattern specifically targeted at junior and hobbyist level programmers. It builds on existing knowledge and technology resources commonly available to this target audience, and provides a friendly environment to create customized applications that interact with the physical world. While one discusses some of the motivation behind one's work and gives a brief overview of the SEAP architecture, the majority of this paper describes a proposed demonstration of the technology. This interactive demonstration is designed to be accessible to a wide variety of people, and to spur discussions on middleware for end-users of pervasive computing.

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