Since the idea of ubiquitous computing kicked off, service discovery has been found essential in implementing automatic discovery of networked devices, and remote control of one device from another. In the At Home Anywhere (@HA) project, service discovery ensures seamless communication between home appliances with varying resources and capabilities. This paper presents issues for the At Home Anywhere (@HA) service discovery protocol, classifies them into several layers and identifies the weakness in existing technologies.
|Title of host publication||7th Cabernet Radicals Workshop|
|Editors||J. Finney, M. Haahr, A. Montresor|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
|Event||7th CaberNet Radicals Workshop 2002 - Bertinoro, Italy|
Duration: 13 Oct 2002 → 16 Oct 2002
|Workshop||7th CaberNet Radicals Workshop 2002|
|Period||13/10/02 → 16/10/02|