CARM: Composable, Adaptive Resource Management System in Ubiquitous Computing Environments
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- Morales R., Gil M. (2009) CARM: Composable, Adaptive Resource Management System in Ubiquitous Computing Environments. In: Corchado J.M., Tapia D.I., Bravo J. (eds) 3rd Symposium of Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence 2008. Advances in Soft Computing, vol 51. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
Presently heterogeneous devices provided with several communications interfaces are everywhere, with this, we are increasingly coming in contact with ”shared” computer-enhanced devices such as cars, portable media players, or home appliances, commonly called ubiquitous computing environments. These environments require special properties that traditional computing does not support, such as a proper resource management which plays an important role in pervasive computing where adaptation and dynamic reconfiguration of resources take place. This work presents a new adaptive resource management approach that supports adaptation for the required resources. We use a component-based model to abstract system’s ubiquitous resources in a transparent and uniform way to the applications.
KeywordsResource management component ubiquitous heterogeneous
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