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Issue No.07 - July (2004 vol.37)
pp: 65-72
Michael Kozuch , Intel Research Pittsburgh
Mahadev Satyanarayanan , Carnegie Mellon University and Intel Research Pittsburgh
Thomas Bressoud , Denison University
Casey Helfrich , Intel Research Pittsburgh
Shafeeq Sinnamohideen , Carnegie Mellon University
ABSTRACT
The authors envision a world in which computers are provided for public use in locations ranging from coffee shops to medical office waiting rooms. In such a world, only when a user starts to use a computer will it acquire his unique customization and state, which will likewise disappear when he stops using it. <p>For this to be a compelling vision from a user's viewpoint, the customization and state acquisition process must be accurate and nearly instantaneous. For it to be a viable business model, the management and system administration costs of pervasive deployments of machines must be low. To address these challenges, the authors have developed <em>Internet Suspend/Resume</em>, a pervasive computing technology that rapidly personalizes and depersonalizes anonymous hardware for transient use.</p>
CITATION
Michael Kozuch, Mahadev Satyanarayanan, Thomas Bressoud, Casey Helfrich, Shafeeq Sinnamohideen, "Seamless Mobile Computing on Fixed Infrastructure", Computer, vol.37, no. 7, pp. 65-72, July 2004, doi:10.1109/MC.2004.66
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