A Study of Collaboration Service Model for Supporting Functional Resources in Smart Device

스마트 단말기 상의 기능적 지원을 위한 협업 서비스 모델 연구

  • Received : 2015.01.21
  • Accepted : 2015.03.19
  • Published : 2015.05.31


This research aims to propose new direction of mobile collaborative service by supplying functional supports which surpass data resource in smart devices. In this paper, we present Smart Collaboration Service Model that supports two types of collaboration, so called Supplying Collaboration and Sharing Collaboration. This model is a platform for supporting the resources as follows; sharing of data contact in other devices and supplying of special functions, like camera operation and picture transmission from other devices. To show its applicability, a prototype of Smart Collaboration Service Model has been implemented in the Android application for exchanging contact data and renting camera function. We expect that Smart Collaboration Service Model is to help the emergence for a new type of collaboration service. Also, user can reduces resource wastes for device as well as form personal smart space by utilizing all devices owned.


Supported by : 숙명여자대학교


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