A JXTA-based system for smart home
DOI: 10.1145/1497185.1497281 Conference: MoMM'2008 - The 6th International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia, 24 - 26 November 2008, Linz, Austria
In this paper, we present a JXTA-based system for a smart home environment where various types of computing devices communicate with each other to provide inhabitants with contextual services. The JXTA-based smart home network consists of peers which are appliances like PC, PDA, cell phone, TV, refrigerator, etc. Appliances share information in a JXTA network to understand different context and recommend the information suited to the context. Each appliance has a context interpreter that determines how to provide inhabitants with contextual service and resource. Since JXTA packages are simple to install and configure, average users can easily construct a smart home environment.
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