Self-organized customized content delivery architecture for ambient assisted environments

@inproceedings{Niazi2008SelforganizedCC,
  title={Self-organized customized content delivery architecture for ambient assisted environments},
  author={Muaz A. Niazi},
  booktitle={UPGRADE '08},
  year={2008}
}
  • M. Niazi
  • Published in UPGRADE '08 23 June 2008
  • Computer Science
This paper gives two contributions; First, it presents an architecture for customized content delivery for Ambient Intelligent Environments. We demonstrate how physical peers made up of a Bluetooth-based network of Java-enabled mobile phones can be used to provide customized content delivery from the web without the need of a dedicated web connection per device. Secondly, we present two algorithms <b><i>S</i></b>elf-<b><i>O</i></b>rganizi<b><i>NG</i></b> random walker<b><i>S</i></b> (<b><i… 
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