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Pervasive Computing: First International Conference, Pervasive 2002, Zürich, Switzerland, August 26-28, 2002. Proceedings: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, cartea 2414

Editat de Friedemann Mattern, Mahmoud Naghshineh
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 14 aug 2002
This volume contains the proceedings of Pervasive 2002, the ?rst in a series of international conferences on Pervasive Computing. The conference took place at ETH Zurich from August 26to 28, 2002. Its objective was to present, discuss, and explore the latest technical developments in the emerging ?eld of pervasive computing, as well as potential future directions. Pervasive Computing is a cross-disciplinary area that extends the appli- tion of computing to diverse usage models. It covers a broad set of research topics such as low power, integrated technologies, embedded systems, mobile - vices, wireless and mobile networking, middleware, applications, user interfaces, security, and privacy. The great amount of interest we are witnessing in Per- sive Computing is driven by relentless progress in basic information technologies such as microprocessors, memory chips, integrated sensors, storage devices, and wireless communication systems that continue to enable ever smaller, lighter, and faster systems. Such systems are also becoming a?ordable due to their high integration and mass production, paving the way for their adoption.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783540440604
ISBN-10: 3540440607
Pagini: 316
Ilustrații: XII, 304 p.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.45 kg
Ediția:2002
Editura: Springer Berlin, Heidelberg
Colecția Springer
Seria Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Locul publicării:Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

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Descriere

This volume contains the proceedings of Pervasive 2002, the ?rst in a series of international conferences on Pervasive Computing. The conference took place at ETH Zurich from August 26to 28, 2002. Its objective was to present, discuss, and explore the latest technical developments in the emerging ?eld of pervasive computing, as well as potential future directions. Pervasive Computing is a cross-disciplinary area that extends the appli- tion of computing to diverse usage models. It covers a broad set of research topics such as low power, integrated technologies, embedded systems, mobile - vices, wireless and mobile networking, middleware, applications, user interfaces, security, and privacy. The great amount of interest we are witnessing in Per- sive Computing is driven by relentless progress in basic information technologies such as microprocessors, memory chips, integrated sensors, storage devices, and wireless communication systems that continue to enable ever smaller, lighter, and faster systems. Such systems are also becoming a?ordable due to their high integration and mass production, paving the way for their adoption.

Cuprins

Invited Talks.- The SAHARA Model for Service Composition across Multiple Providers.- Ubiquitous Computing in the Automotive Domain (Abstract).- System Design.- Building Applications for Ubiquitous Computing Environments.- Systems Support for Ubiquitous Computing: A Case Study of Two Implementations of Labscape.- On the Gap between Vision and Feasibility.- Applications.- The Fastap Keypad and Pervasive Computing.- Going Back to School: Putting a Pervasive Environment into the Real World.- Pervasive Web Access via Public Communication Walls.- Identification and Authentication.- Efficient Object Identification with Passive RFID Tags.- The Untrusted Computer Problem and Camera-Based Authentication.- Models, Platforms, and Architectures.- SoapBox: A Platform for Ubiquitous Computing Research and Applications.- Pushpin Computing System Overview: A Platform for Distributed, Embedded, Ubiquitous Sensor Networks.- Making Sensor Networks Practical with Robots.- Modeling Context Information in Pervasive Computing Systems.- A Model for Software Configuration in Ubiquitous Computing Environments.- INS/Twine: A Scalable Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Intentional Resource Discovery.- Location and Mobility.- Location Estimation Indoors by Means of Small Computing Power Devices, Accelerometers, Magnetic Sensors, and Map Knowledge.- Estimating the Benefit of Location-Awareness for Mobile Data Management Mechanisms.- iCAMS: A Mobile Communication Tool Using Location and Schedule Information.- Device Independence and Content Distribution.- Browser State Repository Service.- Annotation by Transformation for the Automatic Generation of Content Customization Metadata.- SCAN: A Dynamic, Scalable, and Efficient Content Distribution Network.

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Includes supplementary material: sn.pub/extras