By Paolo Remagnino; et al
Read Online or Download Ambient intelligence : a novel paradigm PDF
Best nonfiction_6 books
#1 ny instances bestselling writer Sue Grafton’s PI Kinsey Millhone tackles coverage fraud in her most recent outing—and unearths that she’ll need to dedicate a few deceit of her personal to capture a cold-blooded killer…H IS FOR HUSTLER…When PI Kinsey Millhone’s pal and colleague Parnell Perkins is located murdered within the car parking zone in the back of California constancy coverage, she can’t think he had any enemies.
- Practical Power System Protection
- St. Eustatius - Statia - The Caribbean's Hidden Treasure
- Ion Source Issues Rel to Pulsed Spallation Neut Src [Part 2 - wkshp presens]
- Encyclopaedia Judaica Volume 19 (Som-Tn)
- The Hair, Make-Up Artist's Hndbk. - Compl. Gde. to Pro. Quals.
Additional resources for Ambient intelligence : a novel paradigm
In the rest of this paper, we detail the basic functioning mechanisms of the two components. It is important to notice at this point that one key issue in the implementation of this architecture is what we have called in fig. 1 the “event manager”. The role of this component is to arbitrate the service requests of the various agents. As an arbiter, it is the responsibility of the event manager to orchestrate the flow of information to and from the services, performing load balancing tasks and maintaining global system consistency.
But modern artificial intelligence, or more precisely embodied artificial intelligence, may also play an even more crucial role in the creation of ambient intelligence. Again, looking at the characteristics of ambient intelligence, we find that devices should be built into our natural surroundings and we should be able to interact with these devices in a natural way. This suggests that devices must have natural qualities like physicality and sensibility. Embodied artificial intelligence puts emphasis on the physical reality in the creation of intelligence, and suggests that intelligence cannot be abstracted away from the physical body and interaction with the physical, surrounding environment.
Different distributed computing protocols such as CORBA, DCOM and RMI have been adopted to access these services. Although they are very effective for building a specific application, the tight coupling used in these architectures limits the re-usability of individual components. Each of these protocols is constrained by vendor implementation, platform and development languages that severely limit interoperability. Moreover, none of these technologies operate over the Internet with the simple use of the HTTP protocol.