Toward a Tool-Based Development Methodology for Pervasive Computing Applications

  title={Toward a Tool-Based Development Methodology for Pervasive Computing Applications},
  author={Damien Cassou and Julien Bruneau and Charles Consel and Emilie Balland},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering},
Despite much progress, developing a pervasive computing application remains a challenge because of a lack of conceptual frameworks and supporting tools. This challenge involves coping with heterogeneous devices, overcoming the intricacies of distributed systems technologies, working out an architecture for the application, encoding it in a program, writing specific code to test the application, and finally deploying it. This paper presents a design language and a tool suite covering the… CONTINUE READING
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