A Design of Management Architecture and Ubiquitous Profile Based on CC/PP for Content Adaptation in Ubiquitous Environment

유비쿼터스 환경에서 콘텐츠 적응화를 위한 CC/PP 기반의 유비쿼터스 프로파일 및 운영 아키텍쳐 설계

  • 김경식 (단국대학교 정보컴퓨터과학과) ;
  • 이재동 (단국대학교 정보컴퓨터과학과)
  • Published : 2006.08.01


In this paper, the management architecture and the ubiquitous profile based on CC/PP for contents adaptation in the ubiquitous environment is designed. The components and the attributes of the ubiquitous profile are defined based on the services scenario of contents adaptation in the ubiquitous environment. The ubiquitous profile was applied to techniques such as standard vocabulary, CC/PP structure, RDF schema and RDF to use effectively in the ubiquitous environment during the design. Also we design and propose the another management architecture based on ideas such as the dynamic constitution method, the metadata constitution method using a repository and the management method of gateway on center for the effective management of the ubiquitous profile. The result of performance evaluation for the proposed management architecture is more effective compared with the previous management method of the profile. The proposed the ubiquitous profile and the management architecture has provided the foundation of the research for a user to adaptation contents services in the ubiquitous environment.


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