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The Ambient Computational Environments Architecture for Reliable Secure

By Renzo Hayashi, Leon Searl and Gary Minden

Abstract

During the past few years, the technology world has become more and more geared towards the next generation of Internet connectivity. How to integrate a myriad of devices and technologies into one easily accessible network of userfriendly computational resource became the next challenge. The ACE- Ambient Computational Environments- architecture aims at highscale and seamless integration of services (which can be defined as user applications or programs) and devices within a secure network and onto a robust framework. This architecture also allows for easy introduction of new services and devices, enabling the environment to adapt to new technologies and user needs. Such environments allow users to interact with it and to access computational resources from anywhere at the touch of a button or with a spoken command. The ACE infrastructure consists mainly of ACE service daemons, which are the building blocks of ACE services. These daemons, along with a secure, reliable, and persistent state storage comprise the basis of the ACE system architecture. This study is intended to outline the architecture of the ACE project, t

Topics: 1.2 HUMAN INTERACTION WITHIN ACE.............................................................. 4
Year: 2010
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