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Agent-Oriented Architecture for Ubiquitous Computing in Smart Hyperspace

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Agent-oriented approach is increasingly showing its magic power in a diversity of fields, specifically, ubiquitous computing and smart environment. Meanwhile, it is considered the next creative issue is to interconnect and integrate isolated smart spaces in real world together into a higher level space known as a hyperspace. In this paper, an agent-oriented architecture, which involves the techniques of mobile agents, middleware, and embedded artificial intelligence, is proposed. Detailed implementations describe our efforts on the design of terminal device, user interface, agents, and AI computi

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Y. JIN, R. WANG, H. HUANG and L. SUN, "Agent-Oriented Architecture for Ubiquitous Computing in Smart Hyperspace," Wireless Sensor Network, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2010, pp. 74-84. doi: 10.4236/wsn.2010.21011.

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