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A comparison of two programming models for pervasive computing

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Establishing suitable programming models for pervasive spaces is essential in improving the productivity, enhancing the quality of pervasive systems, and creating an open platform for interoperability. Two different models, namely, the context-driven model and the service-oriented model, have been proposed and studied for their feasibilities as the foundation for implementing programmable pervasive spaces. We present these two alternatives and contrast their advantages and disadvantages. © 2005 IEEE.