Smart space laboratory project: Toward the next generation computing environment

  • Okoshi T
  • Wakayama S
  • Sugita Y
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Abstract

This paper describes the Smart Space Lab (SSLab) project toward the next generation comput- ing environment, “Smart Space.” As numerous types of networked appliances, such as A/V devices, home appliances, or sensors, are connected to each other via both wired and wireless networks, computation- al intelligence can be regarded as being distributed and embedded into users’ surrounding space, rather than on a specific device such as users’ PCs or P- DAs. We call such a space with embedded computa- tion “Smart Space.” In Smart Space, users can have their computing environment relying on not only com- putation of their carrying devices, but one in Smart Space. Toward the realization of Smart Space, SS- Lab Project is now addressing three research issues, (A)physical structure of Smart Space, (B)network ar- chitecture with support of dynamism and heterogene- ity, and (C)adaptive middleware architecture and ap- plications.

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Authors

  • T. Okoshi

  • S. Wakayama

  • Y. Sugita

  • S. Aoki

  • T. Iwamoto

  • J. Nakazawa

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