Context-Aware Home Network Environment on Grid (CAHE-G)

  title={Context-Aware Home Network Environment on Grid (CAHE-G)},
  author={Seung-Hwan Jung and Tae-Dong Lee and Chang-Sung Jeong},
In this paper, we present context-aware home network environment on grid that controls the room appliances providing user mobility. The current home network technology (such as Havi, Jini and UPnP) is limited to a static local area. However, we propose ubiquitous concepts of home network system of user mobility in context-aware computing. It is called as CAHE-G which is not limited to static local area, but provides ubiquitous concepts of home network. CAHE-G controls home appliances according… Expand
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