Spatial Tuples: Augmenting Physical Reality with Tuple Spaces

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Costin Badica, Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni, Aurélie Beynier, David Camacho, Cédric Herpson, Koen Hindriks, Paulo Novais (eds.)
Intelligent Distributed Computing X. Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing – IDC 2016, Paris, France, October 10-12 2016, part IV, chapter 12, pages 121-130
Studies in Computational Intelligence 678

We introduce Spatial Tuples, an extension of the basic tuple-based model for distributed multi-agent system coordination where (i) tuples are conceptually placed in the physical world and possibly move, (ii) the behaviour of coordination primitives may depend on the spatial properties of the coordinating agents, and (iii) the tuple space can be conceived as a virtual layer augmenting physical reality. Motivated by the needs of mobile augmented-reality applications, Spatial Tuples explicitly aims at supporting space-aware and space-based coordination in agent-based pervasive computing scenarios.

keywordsMulti-Agent Systems, Space-based Coordination, Spatial Computing, Augmented/Mixed Reality
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