Martin Modahl

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MediaBroker is a distributed framework designed to support pervasive computing applications. Specifically, the architecture consists of a transport engine and peripheral clients and addresses issues in scalability, data sharing, data transformation and platform heterogene-ity. Key features of MediaBroker are a type-aware data transport that is capable of(More)
This paper surveys a variety of subsystems designed to be the building blocks from which sophisticated infrastructures for ubiquitous computing are assembled. Our experience shows that many of these building blocks fit neatly into one of five categories, each containing functionally-equivalent components. Effectively identifying the best-fit "lego pieces",(More)
This paper describes a taxonomy for ubiquitous computing software stack called UbiqStack. Through the lens of the UbiqStack taxonomy we survey a variety of subsystems designed to be the building blocks from which sophisticated infrastructures for ubiquitous computing are assembled. Our experience shows that many of these building blocks fit neatly into one(More)
MediaBroker is a distributed framework designed to support pervasive computing applications. Key contributions of MediaBroker are efficient and scalable data transport, data stream registration and discovery, an extensible system for data type description, and type-aware data transport that is capable of dynamically transforming data en route from source to(More)
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