In this paper, we propose an application development environment for the ubiquitous chip, which is a rule-based event-driven input/output (I/O) control device for constructing ubiquitous computing environments. The proposed development environment simulates the behaviors of multiple ubiquitous chips and helps users to create rules. Moreover, it has a function for developing applications by cooperation between virtual ubiquitous chips and real ubiquitous chips. The application environment enables both programmers and general users to develop and customize applications for ubiquitous computing environments.
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- An Application Development Environment for Rule-Based I/O Control Devices
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