Expose or not? A progressive exposure approach for service discovery in pervasive computing environments

@article{Zhu2005ExposeON,
  title={Expose or not? A progressive exposure approach for service discovery in pervasive computing environments},
  author={Feng W. Zhu and Wei Zhu and Matt W. Mutka and Lionel M. Ni},
  journal={Third IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications},
  year={2005},
  pages={225-234}
}
In pervasive computing environments, service discovery facilitates users to access network services by automating tedious manual configurations. When network services become pervasive, the number of service providers also increase dramatically. Because of security and privacy concerns, network services are segmented by service providers. Existing service discovery protocols, however, do not address how to facilitate users to properly identify and authenticate with existing service providers… CONTINUE READING
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