Formal Agent-Oriented Ubiquitous Computing: A Computational Intelligence Support for Information and Services Integration
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Agent-based ubiquitous computing (AUC) is a form of distributed computing by which computational processes are executed concurrently by assigning each computational process to one of agents on a ubiquitous computing system (UCS). One of AUC goals is to support the seamless integration of information and services. Meeting this grand challenge of AUC requires that agent-orientation not tackled before is necessarily featured. To this end, this paper presents a firm formal development for featuring agent-orientation of ubiquitous computing to integrate smoothly information and services.
KeywordsAgent-orientation Context-awareness Information and services integration Ubiquitous computing systems
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