Real-Time Data Stream Processing for Ubiquitous Home Network Systems


OSGi provides interoperability between hardware and software, and security for safe access in local network environments. Due to the complexity of service development in a home network environment, the usage of newly emerging sensors which generate real-time sensor data stream is steadily growing in the network, and OSGi application services are also increasing using those sensors. The researches to effectively process realtime sensor data stream generated by those sensors are going on, nowadays. In this paper, we propose OSGi application framework to effectively provide home network services by using real-time data stream in OSGi applications. The method of interoperability with ALE-compliant middleware is also proposed to process sensor data stream in a standardized method.


Dr. Yung-Cheol Byun
Computer Engineering Department
Jeju National University

Date & Time

28 Jan 2011 (Friday) 15:00



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Department of Computer and Information Science


Dr. Yung-Cheol Byun received his Ph.D. and MS from Yonsei University in 1995 and 2001 respectively, and BS from Jeju National University in 1993. He worked as a special lecturer in SAMSUNG Electronics in 2001. From 2001 to 2003, he was a senior researcher of Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI). He was promoted to join Jeju National University as an assistant professor in 2003. Now, he is an associate professor of Computer Engineering Department at the University. His interests include Patter Recognition, Intelligent Computing, Semantic Web and Ontology, Home Network and Ubiquitous Computing, and RFID Middleware.