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Toward pervasive computing
April-June 2002 (vol. 1 no. 2)
pp. 84
Summary form only given. The fundamental principles that guide pervasive computing environment design evolved with distributed systems: local area networks, middleware, wide-area networks, the WWW. Over the years, ever smaller, portable computers came on the market and wireless networking technology evolved, leading to the emergence of mobile and wireless computing. Embedded computing gave us small devices, sensors and actuators, increasingly with communications capability. There are now substantial projects that demonstrate that sensor-rich environments, such as active buildings and cities, are feasible and will be deployed widely in the real world in the near future. This issue of Pervasive Computing describes several such projects.
Index Terms:
home automation,wide area networks,local area networks,client-server systems,portable computers,embedded systems,distributed sensors,mobile radio,sensor-rich environments,pervasive computing,distributed systems,local area networks,middleware,wide-area networks,WWW,portable computers,wireless networking,embedded computing,Pervasive computing,Portable computers,Wireless sensor networks,Local area networks,Middleware,World Wide Web,Mobile computing,Computer networks,Embedded computing,Actuators
"Toward pervasive computing," IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 84, April-June 2002, doi:10.1109/MPRV.2002.1012341
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