Dynamic Ontology-Based Redefinition of Events Intended to Support the Communication of Complex Information in Ubiquitous Computing

Provided by: Macrothink Institute
Topic: Networking
Format: PDF
Ubiquitous systems should properly support the connection/disconnection of entities at run-time. Accordingly, the communication of information in this type of systems should be able to adapt themselves to changes in their structure and participant entities without any need of user intervention. In this regard and due to the dynamic nature of these systems, asynchronous communication is more useful than synchronous one. Particularly, the publish/subscribe paradigm is used as it supports, not only asynchronous communications, but also the loose coupling between system entities, which is an important requirement that has to be satisfied in order to deal with the changes in the configuration of the communications between the involved entities.

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