Investigating Communication Needs of Digital Object Memories for User Interaction

Alexander Kröner, Boris Brandherm, Michael Schneider

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 15-16 ISBN 978-1-4503-0929-5/11/09 ACM 9/2011.


A variety of research activities is currently investigating the use of digital object memories in applications related to the so-called Internet of Things. Here, communication between the involved objects and the environment is a key factor in creating and exploiting these memories. Based on a review of existing systems and prototypes that utilize Digital Object Memories we identified specific requirements on applied communication technologies. We propose an approach of how to exploit this in terms of user support.


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