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Title: A component-based middleware architecture for sentient computing.
Other Titles: ECOOP 2004 Workshop on Component-Oriented Approaches to Context- Aware Systems
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Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Aline Senart, Mélanie Bouroche, Gregory Biegel, and Vinny Cahill., A component-based middleware architecture for sentient computing., ECOOP 2004 Workshop on Component-Oriented Approaches to Context- Aware Systems, June, 2004
Abstract: The Aithne project is developing a componentbased middleware architecture for sentient computing that provides developers with the possibility of constructing customised middleware to support dierent combinations of nonfunctional requirements. The architecture that we are designing is based on the concept of sentient objects - mobile intelligent software agents capable of sensing their environment and reacting based on their perceived context.
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