Pervasive Computing Handbook

Pervasive Computing Handbook

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This book is a guide for the world of Pervasive Computing. It describes a new class of computing devices which are becoming omnipresent in every day life. They make information access and processing easily available for everyone from anywhere at any time. Mobility, wireless connectivity, di- versity, and ease-of-use are the magic keywords of Pervasive Computing. The book covers these front-end devices as well as their operating systems and the back-end infrastructure which integrate these pervasive components into a seamless IT world. A strong emphasis is placed on the underlying technologies and standards applied when building up pervasive solutions. These fundamental topics include commonly used terms such as XML, WAP, UMTS, GPRS, Bluetooth, Jini, transcoding, and cryptography, to mention just a few. Besides a comprehensive state-of-the-art description of the Pervasive Computing technology itself, this book gives an overview of today's real-life applications and accompanying service offerings. M-Commerce, e-Business, networked home, travel, and finance are exciting examples of applied Pervasive Computing.In an industrial setting, dedicated wiring is generally used for reliable, high-speed communication between the controls. As an example ... The topic of smart controls in a residential setting is a subset of the larger home network theme. Homeanbsp;...

Title:Pervasive Computing Handbook
Author:Uwe Hansmann, Lothar Merk, Martin S. Nicklous, Thomas Stober
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-04-17


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