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A Smart Space Management Framework

  title={A Smart Space Management Framework},
  author={Declan O’Sullivan},
Very little attention has been paid in smart space or ubiquitous computing research to the analysis of what is necessary for the management of applications in a diverse and multiple operator environment. By analyzing the ongoing smart space research and emergent (telecom, internet, enterprise) management system approaches, it has been possible to identify management requirements that need to be addressed. One of the critical challenges that must be faced is how to make the dynamic composition… 

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