Ibrahim Armaç

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Smart environments are pervasive systems that comprise integrable net-aware devices. This way, intelligent services can offer complex functionalities across multiple devices. Smart home environments, also called eHomes, constitute already an important research area. However, to build a real elome is associated with high effort and financial costs. In this(More)
The domain of eHome systems is a special application-area for pervasive computing. Many different kinds of devices are introduced to the home area to provide functionality for enhanced comfort or security. A similar level of heterogeneity can be found at the software level: many different vendors supply eHome systems with drivers and services, which intend(More)
This paper focuses on the sales and distribution phase in eHome systems. The huge market potential for affordable solutions leads to a multiplicity in terms of millions of installations in parallel. This situation can not be handled manually. So, tool support for the business process in this phase is crucial. We discuss the prerequisites of the intended(More)
Das Erfassen und Verwalten von Varianten in E/E-Entwicklungsprozessen ist für Automobilhersteller mit einem großen Aufwand verbunden. Hinzu kommt, dass sie derzeit ihre Prozesse auf den AUTOSAR Standard anpassen. Die Auswirkungen in Bezug auf Variabilität sind dabei sehr vielfältig und können sehr komplex werden, wenn der Prozess nicht geeignet organisiert(More)
In this paper we describe our approach on protecting user privacy in smart environments, particularly smart homes, which we call eHomes. These are environments with devices such as sensors, computational units, actors, which are seamlessly integrated in the environment, and objects we use in our everyday life. In order to provide more convenience to its(More)