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Service structure and its description in peer-to-peer network appliance architecture AMIDEN

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4 Author(s)
Y. Tajika ; R&D Center, Toshiba Corp., Kawasaki, Japan ; D. Ajitomi ; M. Minoh ; T. Kamae

In this paper, novel service structure, service realization methods and the service description methods in the AMIDEN architecture are proposed. How it is applicable to actual appliances is discussed with some example applications. The concept of the service described in this paper is realized by the combination of one or more functions, which a set or a plurality of sets of appliances implements, and the service is provided for the user through the user interface of these appliances. If a service is offered by a networked appliance, but some of the functions' required for that service do not reside on that appliance, they can be executed by any other appliance on the network that does have the corresponding functions. Chained connection of functions also is allowed to realize a service. Some of actual examples are introduced to show how this mechanism works

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Networked Appliances, 2002. Gaithersburg. Proceedings. 2002 IEEE 4th International Workshop on

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