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By Félix Jesús Villanueva Molina

ISBN-10: 9533070781

ISBN-13: 9789533070780

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Design flow of HwOs in OOPAmI 42 Ambient Intelligence This HwO implementation can be the result of an integration process, reusing existing designs implementing the required functionality. A new, hand coded chip implementation is needed when no reuse opportunities are present for the current application. Since we have standardized the way the functionality of a HwO is invoked (HAP, the HwO Access Protocol9), we are able to automatize the generation of the proxies and the skeletons (a critical step in the hardware design flow).

There is no way to activate or deactivate objects. The simplest way to achieve a coherent behaviour for each picoObject is by means of a message matching automata. In this context, the allowed set of messages that a certain object understand constitute a BNF grammar defined by the following elements: (1) the message format for the middleware communication protocol; (2) the identity of the object (a unique identifier which is unique in the network); (3) the interfaces exported by the object. e. Ice::Object is case of ICE); (5) the data serialization rules; and (6) the constraints for the target platform.

Each service instance running in an AmI environment belongs to a class expressed in the taxonomy and instantiates the attributes of this class. We consider this taxonomy as a mean to establish a common nomenclature for AmI service developers (aiming the same goal POSIX interfaces play in operating systems). ), we should look up in the taxonomy, find the class that better fits such new service and follow the nomenclature throughout the rest of the service development process. Ontologies are used to express the taxonomy because it is a powerful tool to visually organize information and the existent relations between the entities in the information model.

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