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Web of X Service Environment for Ubiquitous Network and Computing

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4 Author(s)
Zhenyu Wu ; Mobile Life & New Media Lab., BUPT, Beijing, China ; Chunhong Zhang ; Yang Ji ; Yunjie Liu

A central concern in the area of Ubiquitous Network and ubiquitous computing has been the integration of digital resources including devices and heterogeneous networks with the physical world and people. However, current systems are independent to each other, which means that resources for ubiquitous computing are separated and applications could not be created on cross-platform. With the development of IP and Web technology, the openness, simplicity, flexible and standardization of Web have given insights of building up a more uniform, open and scalable service environment for ubiquitous computing. Therefore, we propose the concept of Web of X (WoX) Service Environment in this paper. In this article, we analyze the requirements of building a service environment for Ubiquitous Network and computing, and then the conceptual system model and architecture of WoX Service Environment with some key technical solutions are discussed as well.

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Internet of Things (iThings/CPSCom), 2011 International Conference on and 4th International Conference on Cyber, Physical and Social Computing

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19-22 Oct. 2011