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Most network naming schemes force applications to specify the network location of resources they wish to use. However, applications typically want a particular service and do not know where in the network the service is located. We argue that applications should be able to simply describe their needs in an intentional name, and that the network(More)
As pervasive computing becomes a reality, users will be able to interact with computing services which will all work together in a seamlessly integrated system. Resource discovery is a key feature of pervasive computing which allows users simple and convenient access to resources. While there are several resource discovery systems in existence which are(More)
Cricket is an indoor location system that tracks the position of device and sensors with an error of a few centimeters. Two of the system's key features are its ease-of-deployment and tracking accuracy. In our demonstration, we plan to show how to deploy and configure Crickets quickly in a room-size environment and use the system to track the position of a(More)
— In this paper, we address the basic problem of recognizing moving objects in video images using SP Theory of Intelligence. The concept of SP Theory of Intelligence which is a framework of artificial intelligence, was first introduced by Gerard J Wolff, where S stands for Simplicity and P stands for Power. Using the concept of multiple alignment, we detect(More)
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