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pervasive computing

The use of computing devices in everyday life, not only at a desk. Also called "ubiquitous computing," it includes laptops, tablets, smartphones, wearable devices, appliances and sensors. Pervasive computing implies that people are not necessarily aware of every information-gathering unit surrounding them. See pervasive workplace and Internet of Things.
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The balance of theory and application makes the volume useful for people developing pervasive computing and computational intelligence systems for practical use.
To be published quarterly, Pervasive Computing is targeted to a variety of computing professionals, including hardware designers, wireless engineers, human--computer interaction specialists and software developers.
Pervasive computing topics discussed included health care industry applications, business-wide applications, intelligent environments, applications in mobile commerce, software and services, networking technology infrastructure, concluding with a technology update on emerging standards for pico-cellular wireless communications and dynamic service discovery.
SAP and Microsoft demonstrated customer scenarios of pervasive computing that connect SAP(TM) inter-enterprise software solutions with Microsoft Windows(R) CE operating system-based mobile devices.
Construction researchers and industry practitioners have begun to explore the possibilities offered by mobile and pervasive computing in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC).
Strategic pervasive computing applications; emerging trends.
The 2001 Pervasive Computing Conference was held at NIST in May 2001.
The IBM PowerPC IAP (Internet Appliance Platform) combines a microprocessor with a number of optional pervasive computing features, all onto a single "system-on-a-chip.
Nasdaq: NOVL) today announced the availability of UnixWare 2, the only UNIX optimized for the distributed networks that will support pervasive computing -- where people connect to each other and the information they need anytime, anywhere.
This book presents state-of-the-art research on architectures, algorithms, protocols and applications in pervasive computing and networks
Workshop at the Grid and Pervasive Computing Conference (2009: Geneva, Switzerland) Ed.

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