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A Standard Method-Based User-Oriented Integrated Architecture for Supporting Interoperability among Heterogeneous Home Network Middlewares

@inproceedings{Lee2007ASM,
  title={A Standard Method-Based User-Oriented Integrated Architecture for Supporting Interoperability among Heterogeneous Home Network Middlewares},
  author={Hark-Jin Lee and S. J. Kim},
  year={2007}
}
Although there exist many middlewares such as Havi, Jini, LonWorks, UPnP, and SLP, new middlewares specialized for diverse information appliances are expected to appear continuously as home networks evolve. In this paper, we first investigate an integrated architecture for supporting interoperability among heterogeneous middlewares on home networks. We then propose and implement a user-oriented integrated architecture based on standard methods for efficient home network. HOMI(HOmenetwork… Expand
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