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An objectified naming system for providing context transparency to context-aware applications

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Kyungmin Lee ; Inf. & Commun. Univ., Daejeon ; Dongman Lee ; Yangwoo Ko ; Jaeik Lee
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This paper describes the design and implementation of the objectified naming system (ONS) that provides a context-aware application with context transparent identification and rebinding of services, despite changes in its context or administrative domain. ONS treats a name as a first-class object, called a name object, which hides the name resolution and service rebinding procedures required when the context or administrative domain changes. ONS provides a context-based name structure, a context-aware name resolution mechanism, and an automated service rebinding mechanism. With ONS, applications can use name objects to refer to services in a context transparent way, regardless of context or administrative domain. The prototype implementation and experimental results indicate that ONS can streamline the development process of context-aware applications with reasonable runtime overhead

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Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems, 2006 and the 2006 Second International Workshop on Collaborative Computing, Integration, and Assurance. SEUS 2006/WCCIA 2006. The Fourth IEEE Workshop on

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27-28 April 2006

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