Applying the DORIS Framework: Software-based Modelling for Contextual Development

M. Hamdhaidari, P. Watten, N. Martin, and P. Newbury (UK)


Pervasive Computing, Conceptual Modelling, Distributed Simulation, Contextual Development


This paper presents a working example of the use of the Distributed Object-based Real-time Interactive Simulation (DORIS) framework for modelling a bespoke multimedia rich pervasive teaching environment: the Centre for Excellent in Teaching and Learning (CETL) in Creativity at the University of Sussex. The control software for the environment is contextually developed on top of this model.

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