The Unicage method for (big) data processing and MONO-gramming for IoT – from Japan to the World.
Prof. Hiroyuki Ohno,
Kanazawa University, Japan –
Unicage is an application development method born 23 years ago in Japan. Unicage is based on the UNIX fundamentals such as “shell script”, “command”, “text file” and is based on combination of commands, that are easy to master for staff of general companies and beneficial to cost reduction, rapid deployment, and achieving sustainable systems.
Also, the “MONO-gramming” approach (“the things”-programming in English) is prepared for developing IoT devices easily under the strong support of UNIX operating system and “shell script”.
With this approach, people who want to control IoT devices need not write code in programming languages like C, C++, Java, Ruby, Python, etc.
In the presentation, a demonstration of small devices connected to a small computer are controlled by the shell and shell script.
Hiroyuki Ohno, Ph.D. is a Professor / Director of Information Infrastructure Division, Information Media Center, Kanazawa University.
He completed his PhD at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Computer Science) in 1993.
He has experience as a Professor and as Leader of Emergency Communication Section, National
Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT).
His research experience focuses on security enhanced and easy-to-develop programming for IoT systems, crisis management and ICT systems.
He is also co-author of RFC 2305, 3965, and ITU-T Rapporteur for the Information security working group.
Date: 2016-Jul-01 Time: 11:00:00 Room: 336
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