Towards a Model of Object Memory Links

Alexander Kröner, Jens Haupert, Boris Brandherm, Markus Miche, Ralph Barthel

In: Harold Liu, Alexander Kröner, Chris Speed, Pan Hui, Fahim Kawsar, Wenjie Wang, Dan Wang, Boris Brandherm, Thomas Ploetz, Michael Schneider, Jens Haupert, Peter Stephan (Hrsg.). Proceedings of the International Workshop on Networking and Object Memories for the Internet of Things. Workshop on Digital Object Memories (DOME-11) befindet sich UbiComp 2011 September 17-21 Peking China Seiten 17-18 ISBN 978-1-4503-0929-5/11/09 ACM 9/2011.


A digital object memory (OM) provides a continuously growing collection of data concerning some physical artifact. Data may be added either explicitly - or implicitly as a link. Such linking may affect information storage and retrieval - and thus the overall hardware and software architecture chosen for an OM implementation. As part of work-in-progress aiming at a unified Object Memory Model, we review in this article various kinds of links employed in applications incorporating important OM concepts. On top of that, we propose an (abstract) model for establishing links to information in the same memory, the one of other objects, and external information.


Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence