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The Mundo Method—An Enhanced Bottom-Up Approach for Engineering Ubiquitous Computing Systems

Schreiber, Daniel and Aitenbichler, Erwin and Ständer, Marcus and Hartmann, Melanie and Ali, Syed Zahid and Mühlhäuser, Max (2011):
The Mundo Method—An Enhanced Bottom-Up Approach for Engineering Ubiquitous Computing Systems.
In: CEPIS UPGRADE is the European Journal for the Informatics Professional, pp. 25-34, 1, (XII), [Article]

Abstract

Deploying ubiquitous computing systems into real world scenarios can realistically only be done in a bottom-up way, using smart building blocks. Our everyday environments are just too chaotic to allow top-down design of ubiquitous computing systems. Creating ubiquitous computing systems in a bottom-up manner has some inherent problems, which have not been successfully addressed in any existing approach, hence the scarcity of real-world ubiquitous computing systems. This article describes the Mundo Method for designing and implementing ubiquitous computing systems, which addresses two of these problems: structuring, i.e., separating the spontaneously emerging system into meaningful ensem- bles and orchestration, i.e., providing meaningful behaviour for an ensemble. The Mundo Method heavily relies on the MundoCore communication middleware, which is especially suited for ubiquitous computing applications.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2011
Creators: Schreiber, Daniel and Aitenbichler, Erwin and Ständer, Marcus and Hartmann, Melanie and Ali, Syed Zahid and Mühlhäuser, Max
Title: The Mundo Method—An Enhanced Bottom-Up Approach for Engineering Ubiquitous Computing Systems
Language: German
Abstract:

Deploying ubiquitous computing systems into real world scenarios can realistically only be done in a bottom-up way, using smart building blocks. Our everyday environments are just too chaotic to allow top-down design of ubiquitous computing systems. Creating ubiquitous computing systems in a bottom-up manner has some inherent problems, which have not been successfully addressed in any existing approach, hence the scarcity of real-world ubiquitous computing systems. This article describes the Mundo Method for designing and implementing ubiquitous computing systems, which addresses two of these problems: structuring, i.e., separating the spontaneously emerging system into meaningful ensem- bles and orchestration, i.e., providing meaningful behaviour for an ensemble. The Mundo Method heavily relies on the MundoCore communication middleware, which is especially suited for ubiquitous computing applications.

Journal or Publication Title: CEPIS UPGRADE is the European Journal for the Informatics Professional
Volume: 1
Number: XII
Uncontrolled Keywords: - SI: Interaction with Smart Products;- SI: SmartProducts (jointly with SE, SST)
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
20 Department of Computer Science
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: TUD-CS-2011-0265
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