Human factor issues in building middleware for pervasive computing

Tatsuo Nakajima, Eiji Tokunaga, Hiroo Ishikawa, Kaori Fujinami, Shuichi Oikawa

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    Abstract

    Our daily lives will be dramatically changed by embedded small computers in our environments. The environments are called pervasive computing environments. To realize the environments, it is important to reduce the cost to develop pervasive computing applications by encapsulating complexities in middleware infrastructures that are shared by various applications. In this paper, we present three middleware infrastructures for pervasive computing, that have been developed in our projects. These middleware infrastructures hide various complexities such as context-awareness and distribution to make it easy to develop pervasive computing applications. We also describe some design issues related to human factors that we found while designing and implementing our middleware infrastructures.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems
    EditorsM. Mock, T. Nakajima, S. Moody
    Pages3-7
    Number of pages5
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    EventProceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems - Vienna
    Duration: 2004 May 112004 May 12

    Other

    OtherProceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems
    CityVienna
    Period04/5/1104/5/12

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    Ubiquitous computing
    Human engineering
    Middleware
    Costs

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

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    Nakajima, T., Tokunaga, E., Ishikawa, H., Fujinami, K., & Oikawa, S. (2004). Human factor issues in building middleware for pervasive computing. In M. Mock, T. Nakajima, & S. Moody (Eds.), Proceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems (pp. 3-7) https://doi.org/10.1109/WSTFES.2004.1300405

    Human factor issues in building middleware for pervasive computing. / Nakajima, Tatsuo; Tokunaga, Eiji; Ishikawa, Hiroo; Fujinami, Kaori; Oikawa, Shuichi.

    Proceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems. ed. / M. Mock; T. Nakajima; S. Moody. 2004. p. 3-7.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Nakajima, T, Tokunaga, E, Ishikawa, H, Fujinami, K & Oikawa, S 2004, Human factor issues in building middleware for pervasive computing. in M Mock, T Nakajima & S Moody (eds), Proceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems. pp. 3-7, Proceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems, Vienna, 04/5/11. https://doi.org/10.1109/WSTFES.2004.1300405
    Nakajima T, Tokunaga E, Ishikawa H, Fujinami K, Oikawa S. Human factor issues in building middleware for pervasive computing. In Mock M, Nakajima T, Moody S, editors, Proceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems. 2004. p. 3-7 https://doi.org/10.1109/WSTFES.2004.1300405
    Nakajima, Tatsuo ; Tokunaga, Eiji ; Ishikawa, Hiroo ; Fujinami, Kaori ; Oikawa, Shuichi. / Human factor issues in building middleware for pervasive computing. Proceedings - Second IEEE Workshop on Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems. editor / M. Mock ; T. Nakajima ; S. Moody. 2004. pp. 3-7
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