39 Towards a Generic Application Partitioning and Retraction Framework for Pervasive Environments
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Current mobile context-aware applications for pervasive environments have been designed to consume information from computational nodes or devices in their surroundings or environments. As the hardware industry continues making much smaller, compact and cheap hardware, the vision of having plenty of very small powerful digital networking nodes in, for e.g., the living room or bedroom, is not so far. Designingsoftware that can make optimal use of all these computational nodes when needed is still challenging; since software will not only consume information from these nodes but parts of the software can be hosted on these different nodes. In this paper we propose the BubbleCodes Framework which is a generic application partitioning and retraction framework for next generation context-aware applications that will have the capabilities to partition and retract themselves on multiple computational nodes in a pervasive environment.