A Study of Mobile Collaboration Environment based on Distributed Object Group Framework and Its application

분산객체그룹프레임워크 기반 모바일 협업 환경 및 적용에 관한 연구

  • 김동석 (원광대학교 대학원 컴퓨터공학과) ;
  • 정창원 (원광대학교 전기전자 및 정보공학부) ;
  • 주수종 (원광대학교 전기전자 및 정보공학부)
  • Published : 2006.10.31


In this paper, we suggested a mobile collaboration framework for supporting mobile services among mobile devices, and designed and implemented on this environment. The suggested framework has three elements; groups of sensors and mobile devices(Fixed and Moving-typed PDAs) and a home server. We designed interfaces for interactions with each other in collaboration environment with three elements described above. The information collected by sensors can be share and exchanged by mobile devices or a home server in accordance with Push and Pull methods. This framework is based on the distributed object group framework(DOGF) we implemented before. Therefore the DOGF provides functions of object group management, storing information and security services to our mobile collaboration framework via application interfaces defined. The information collected by sensors is arranged according to user's security 'demands. And user profile information is used for checking authority of each service object. Each component for executing functions of mobile devices and a home server is implemented by TMO scheme. And we used the TMOSM for interactions between distributed components. Finally, we showed via GUI the executablity of a given healthcare application scenario on our mobile collaboration framework.


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