Computerworld - 24 January 2011 by Scot Finnie (Editor)

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Though there are still lots of problems to be solved in the development of the agent based systems, Nicholas Hanssens et al have present concepts, technologies, and applications that they have developed to address the needs, ranging from low-level communication infrastructure to distributed applications with multi-modal interfaces, by taking an agent-base Service-Based Public Interaction Framework for Pervasive Computing 23 approach [15]. Stephen Peters has taken the existing Metaglue intelligent environment system and extend its capabilities to handle multiple users and spaces [16].

And with the help of communication control module, the CCU schedules the output device resources to satisfy the requests of applications. Fig. 4. The public interaction service Device Agent There are different device detection methods to identify different kinds of devices. e. ), the service device detection process needs to query the registered devices table. e. ), the service device detection process keeps listening. When the smart devices call to connect to the server, the process just detects them.

2) If F (ID) = 0 mod lu , B can construct a private key by picking a random rID ∈ Z∗q and computing: − J(ID) − F (ID) 1 dID = (d1 , d2 ) = (g1 F (ID) (g2 g J(ID) )rID , g1 F (ID) g rID ) – Signature query: When A issues a signature query for the message M = (m1 , · · ·, mn ) on the identity ID = (ID1 , · · ·, IDn ), B acts as follows: (1) If F (ID) = 0 mod lu , B can construct a private key for ID as in private key extraction query, and then use the Sign algorithm to create a signature on M . (2) If F (ID) = 0 mod lu and K(M ) = 0 mod lm , B picks r , r ∈ Z∗q and computes n σ = (σ1 , σ2 , σ3 ) = (u i=1 n L(m) − K(m) i r uID ) g1 i (v i=1 1 − K(m) vimi )r , g r , g1 gr a where r¯ = r − K(m) .

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