A photo management system for future home environments

Y. Qian, R. Udink, L.M.G. Feijs

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    Abstract

    In future home environments, users will have access to their digital assets on any device in any room. Home environments will have a high degree of hardware, middleware, software and administrative heterogeneity. Current protocols and systems do not address the consistency problem of mobile data in heterogeneous environments. When data are distributed and duplicated, their logical identities are lost. We propose the introduction of logical identities of mobile data and idcntitypreserving data exchange. We designed the Universal Resource Access Protocol (URAP) and validated it in the MemorySafe system, an experimental photo management system for future home environments. In this paper, we present the proposed concepts and the URAP protocol. We show how they are used to address the consistency problem of mobile data in the MemorySafe system.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInternational ITEA Workshop on Virtual Home Environments, February 20 - 21, 2002, Paderborn, Germany
    EditorsBüker, U. Müller, Wolfgang, xx Eikerling, Heinz-Josef
    Place of PublicationPaderborn, Germany
    Pages93-101
    Publication statusPublished - 2002
    Eventconference; International ITEA Workshop on Virtual Home Environments; 2002-02-20; 2002-02-21 -
    Duration: 20 Feb 200221 Feb 2002

    Conference

    Conferenceconference; International ITEA Workshop on Virtual Home Environments; 2002-02-20; 2002-02-21
    Period20/02/0221/02/02
    OtherInternational ITEA Workshop on Virtual Home Environments

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