Anamika: Distributed Service Discovery and Composition for Pervasive Environments
January 1, 2002 - August 1, 2004
Technological advances in semiconductor processing and design as well as wireless networking are leading us towards the vision of Pervasive Computing. We envision that in the (near) future, devices all around a person, either embedded as a part of smart spaces, or being carried by other people in the vicinity, will provide an array of services that she might want to use. Development of customized sxervices by integrating and executing existing ones has received a lot of attention in the last few years with respect to wired, infrastrutcure based web-services. However, service discovery and composition in web-based environments is performed in a centralized manner with the help of a fixed entity. Moreover, wired infrastructure-based service discovery and composition architectures do not take into consideration factors arising from the possible mobility of the service providers. In this project, we are developing a distributed, de-centralized and fault-tolerant design architecture for reactive service composition in pervasive environments. The design of the architecture is based on a peer-to-peer model. We introduce two reactive techniques for service composition in our design.
- D. Chakraborty, A. Joshi, and Y. Yesha, "Towards Distributed Service Discovery in Pervasive Computing Environments", Article, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, July 2004, 3440 downloads, 29 citations.
- D. Chakraborty, "Service Discovery and Compsition in Pervasive Environments", PhdThesis, Ph.D. Thesis, June 2004, 4132 downloads, 8 citations.
- D. Chakraborty, Y. Yesha, and A. Joshi, "A Distributed Service Composition Protocol for Pervasive Environments", Proceedings, Wireless Communcations and Networking Conference (WCNC), March 2004, 3115 downloads, 22 citations.
- D. Chakraborty, A. Joshi, and Y. Yesha, "Integrating Service Discovery with Routing and Session Management for Ad hoc Networks", Article, Ad Hoc Networks Journal by Elsevier Science, March 2004, 3546 downloads, 9 citations.
- D. Chakraborty, A. Shenoi, Y. Yesha, Y. Yesha, and A. Joshi, "A Queueing Theoretic Model for Service Discovery in Ad-hoc Networks", InProceedings, Communication Networks and Distributed Systems Modeling and Simulation Conference (CNDS), January 2004, 3017 downloads, 6 citations.
- D. Chakraborty and H. Lei, "Pervasive Enablement of Business Processes", InProceedings, 2nd International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, January 2004, 3084 downloads, 41 citations.
- D. Chakraborty and H. Lei, "Extending the Reach of Business Processes", Misc, IEEE Computer, November 2003, 3170 downloads.
- H. Chen, T. Finin, and A. Joshi, "An Intelligent Broker for Context-Aware Systems", Article, Adjunct Proceedings of Ubicomp 2003, October 2003, 3884 downloads, 3 citations.
- H. Chen, T. Finin, and A. Joshi, "An Ontology for Context-Aware Pervasive Computing Environments", Article, Workshop on Ontologies and Distributed Systems, August 2003, 7011 downloads, 614 citations.
- D. Chakraborty and A. Joshi, "Anamika: Distributed Service Composition Architecture for Pervasive Computing Environments", Article, Mobile Computing Communications Review (MC2R), December 2002, 2906 downloads.
- O. V. Ratsimor, D. Chakraborty, S. Tolia, D. Khushraj, A. Kunjithapatham, A. Joshi, T. Finin, and Y. Yesha, "Allia: Alliance-based Service Discovery for Ad-Hoc Environments", InProceedings, ACM Mobile Commerce Workshop, September 2002, 2933 downloads, 132 citations.
- C. Pullela, L. Xu, D. Chakraborty, and A. Joshi, "Component based Architecture for Mobile Information Access", InProceedings, International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP 2000), August 2000, 14 citations.
- D. Chakraborty and H. Chen, "Service Discovery in The Future for Mobile Commerce", Article, ACM Crossroads, November 1999, 3029 downloads, 47 citations.
- D. Chakraborty, A. Joshi, and Y. Yesha, "Towards Distributed Service Discovery in Pervasive Computing Environments", TechReport, Submitted to IEEE TMC Technical Report TR-CS-03-26, June 2003, 3248 downloads.
- D. Chakraborty, F. Perich, A. Joshi, T. Finin, and Y. Yesha, "A Reactive Service Composition Architecture for Pervasive Computing Environments", TechReport, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, March 2002, 4318 downloads.