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SCAMPI: Service platform for soCial Aware Mobile and Pervasive computIng

Allowing mobile users to find and access resources available in the surrounding environment opportunistically via their smart devices could enable them to create and use a rich set of services. Such services can go well beyond what is possible for a mobile phone acting alone. In essense, access to diverse resources such as raw computational power, social networking relationships, or sensor readings across a set of different devices calls for distributed task execution. In this paper, we discuss the SCAMPI architecture designed to support distributed task execution in opportunistic pervasive networks. The key elements of the architecture include leveraging human social behavior for efficient opportunistic interaction between a variety of sensors, personal communication devices and resources embedded in the local environment. The SCAMPI architecture abstracts resources as
service components following a service-oriented model. This enables composing rich applications that utilize a collection of service components available in the environment.


Computer Communication Review , 2012

External authors: Silvia Giordano (Networking Laboratory SUPSI, Switzerland), Nidhi Hegde (Technicolor Research Paris Laboratories, France), Karin Hummel (Networking Laboratory ETHZ, Switzerland), Teemu Kärkkäinen (Comnet Aalto University, Finland), Franck Legendre (Networking Laboratory ETHZ, Switzerland), Martin May (Technicolor Research Paris Laboratories, France), Jörg Ott (Comnet Aalto University, Finland), Mikko Pitkänen (Comnet Aalto University, Finland), Daniele Puccinelli (Networking Laboratory SUPSI, Switzerland), Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos (Networking Laboratory Eurecom, France), Sacha Trifunovic (Networking Laboratory ETHZ, Switzerland)
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Type: Article in ISI Journal
Field of reference: Information Technology and Communication Systems
http://cnd.iit.cnr.it/andrea/docs/mcc12.pdf Da pagina 503 a pagina 508

Activity: Opportunistic Networking and Computing