Analysis of a New Ubiquitous Multimodal Multimedia Computing System
Amar Ramdane-Cherif, Manolo D. Hina, Chakib Tadj, Nicole Levy
This paper demonstrates the design of a fault-tolerant ubiquitous MM computing system. Our ubiquitous multimodal multimedia (MM) computing system selects the appropriate media and modalities based on the user's context and user's profile. This paper demonstrates the design of a fault-tolerant ubiquitous MM computing system. The requirements analysis is undertaken by considering the quality attributes desired by different stakeholders. We use the attribute-driven design method in the requirement analysis and Architecture Tradeoffs Analysis Method in evaluating the system architecture. In this paper we conduct all tests and explain results through stochastic colored Petri Net specification, citing pre- and post- condition of each scenario.