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Task Modeling in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Environments to Adapt to Mobile Computing [chapter]

Ana I. Molina, Miguel A. Redondo, Manuel Ortega
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We are interested in the effective use of such ubiquitous computing devices for collaborative learning. We show here their application to a case study, the teaching of Domotics.  ...  To achieve our goal, we analyze the tasks which are susceptible of improvement through ubiquitous computing.  ...  This is necessary to adapt the interface to mobile computing support. Also, it is used for automating this process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24767-8_83 fatcat:y6w2y7zbbngnlmabus5yslngga

Information Cyberspace and Future Cyber Homes

Eduard Babulak
2006 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
In this paper, the author discusses new technological trends directions in the Internet, E-commerce and Automation Industries, while presenting his own vision on application of ubiquitous computing in  ...  Current research and development trends in the field of Telecommunications and computing industries continues towards a human centric computing, smart spaces, smart devices, clothing, fully automated houses  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The author is grateful to his colleagues at the Department of Telematics Engineering at the University Charles III of Madrid for their support and encouragement.  ... 
doaj:8a1e5106ae1848fa81c9223d6711501d fatcat:nzqptldlize7xnley6houhp6ui

Towards Ubiquitous Robotic Companion: Design and Implementation of Ubiquitous Robotic Service Framework

Young-Guk Ha, Joo-Chan Sohn, Young-Jo Cho, Hyunsoo Yoon
2005 ETRI Journal  
SemanticURS enables automated integration of networked robots into ubiquitous computing environments exploiting Semantic Web Services and AIbased planning technologies.  ...  In recent years, motivated by the emergence of ubiquitous computing technologies, a new class of networked robots, ubiquitous robots, has been introduced.  ...  It enables automated integration of networked robots into ubiquitous computing environments in a service-oriented way.  ... 
doi:10.4218/etrij.05.0105.0138 fatcat:tcyp4szndrdejcciwinuyo75vi

Interdisciplinarity and Ubiquitous Internet Technologies in Support of Automation

Eduard Babulak Prof., Ph.D., P.Eng., Eur.Ing., C.Eng.,
2006 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
The Telecommunications and Internet Technologies have evolved dramatically during the last decade, laying solid foundation for the future generation of the Ubiquitous Internet access, omnipresent web technologies  ...  new horizon for the Future Technologies.  ...  This paper promotes further research in the area of automation, ubiquitous computing and artificial intelligence.  ... 
doaj:6f2ab0a50ffb4b3087b1d9a4f70d36d3 fatcat:rh4pnfw4dbfbnnzmx4ksqzi54q

Adopting SOA in Public Service Provision [chapter]

Gebremariam Mesfin, Tor-Morten Grønli, Gheorghita Ghinea, Muhammad Younas
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Thus, we recommend that SOA be applied to incrementally and loosely integrate the existing (and upcoming) systems and realize "ubiquitous" public service provision.  ...  In line with this, many public organizations in Ethiopia are automating their workflows, and the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) is attempting to unify certain services as part  ...  The existing (and upcoming) software systems of the government service providers would loosely and incrementally integrate their services thereby realizing an integrated automated system for "ubiquitous  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-65515-4_23 fatcat:5wzg6yek65foxk5ms6pjyrdtrm

UBIQUITOUS AUTOMATION – A GOAL FOR FUTURE WORKSPACES?

Heinz-H. Erbe
2006 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
Collaborative work will be computer mediated. Physical phenomena will be ubiquitously sensed and transformed in information.  ...  While ubiquitous computing (Ubicomp), coined by M. Weiser (1991) , are more or less restricted to sensing, ubiquitous automation may be understood as sensing and acting (Bruns, 2005a) .  ...  With respect to ubiquitous computing or automation sensors could collect data and elaborating on it to provide information.  ... 
doi:10.3182/20060522-3-fr-2904.00058 fatcat:i7bqdv6dajfvdn46em3uyscag4

Swarm Based Intelligent Transition of Control from Manned to Unmanned Vehicular System Using Sun SPOT

Gowri A Shankar., Sree V Aurovindh., B Gowthamie.
2010 International Journal of Computer Applications  
In this Modern era it has become mandatory that a better automated transportation service has to be provided with effective management of fuel, better traffic route planning compared with traditional transportation  ...  A transition model is simulated utilizing various inputs to the ubiquitous devices providing real-time services for mobile vehicular agents.  ...  ABSTRACT: In this Modern era it has become mandatory that a better automated transportation service has to be provided with effective management of fuel, better traffic route planning compared with traditional  ... 
doi:10.5120/318-486 fatcat:g6mdtsxpafd6tkx7lsxooc5g5y

Role of GIS, Rfid and Handheld computers in emergency management: an exploratory case study analysis

Ashir Ahmed
2015 Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management  
Moreover, the characteristics of three ubiquitous technologies including RFID, handheld computers and GIS are discussed and further used as a criterion to evaluate their potential for emergency management  ...  Built on a rather loose interpretation of Task-technology Fit model, a conceptual model presented in this paper advocates that a technology that offers better features for task characteristics is more  ...  Response Plan for Victoria RPV Public The purpose of this plan is to provide strategic guidance for effective emergency response to flood events.  ... 
doi:10.4301/s1807-17752015000100001 fatcat:umklzjhnwrfq5edb4fnhg4kije

An Architecture for a Context-aware Service Broker in Ubiquitous Computing Environments

Y.G. Saffar, H. Abolhassani, R. Jalili
2006 IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications, 2006.  
In ubiquitous computing environments, many devices and agents interoperate with each other and uses services provided by others.  ...  In this paper, we present an architecture for a contextaware service broker that not only is able to compose services for responding to new requests, but also considers the context of its clients for providing  ...  Emerging personal computing paradigms such as ubiquitous and mobile computing will benefit from better interoperability, as this is an enabler for a higher degree of automation of many tasks that would  ... 
doi:10.1109/aiccsa.2006.205223 dblp:conf/aiccsa/SaffarAJ06 fatcat:l44ckkp2xvc6vcgvckn63s2nti

Ubiquitous urban infrastructure: Infrastructure planning and development in Korea

Sang-Ho Lee, Tan Yigitcanlar, Jung-Hoon Han, Youn-Taik Leem
2008 Innovation: Organization and Management  
This paper introduces this new paradigm of intellectual infrastructure planning and its design schemes.  ...  The paper also examines the ubiquitous infrastructure development in Korea and discusses the positive effects of ubiquitous infrastructure on sustainable urban development.  ...  ' needs; building the physical mobile/built infrastructure and environment for ubiquitous computing; planning the Uinfrastructure spatial structure and land use, and; managing the U-infrastructure and  ... 
doi:10.5172/impp.453.10.2-3.282 fatcat:k257jxutzfdd5pbjx7cvjfkbli

Computational Mobility, Transportation, and Logistics

Natalia Kliewer, Jan Fabian Ehmke, Dirk Christian Mattfeld
2017 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
Next to the vast amount of increasing data of MTL, quantitative methods of service planning, service control, and service operations management need to be adapted and extended to support innovative, automated  ...  In recent years, thanks to the ubiquitous availability of mobile sensors, huge amounts of operational data from MTL have become available.  ...  Next to the vast amount of increasing data of MTL, quantitative methods of service planning, service control, and service operations management need to be adapted and extended to support innovative, automated  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-017-0469-1 fatcat:lskbljx5bndipjzyjtndn3o5t4

Realizing self-x properties by an automated planner

Julia Schmitt, Michael Roth, Rolf Kiefhaber, Florian Kluge, Theo Ungerer
2011 Proceedings of the 8th ACM international conference on Autonomic computing - ICAC '11  
We extend a middleware by an Organic Manager that is based on an automated planner. The Organic Manager unites self-x features which were formerly implemented separately.  ...  Organic Computing Systems feature self-organization techniques to manage complex distributed systems. This paper proposes an implementation of self-x techniques in an organic middleware.  ...  We integrated these self-x features into the Organic Computing Middleware for Ubiquitous Environments (OCµ) [8] to facilitate device-independent applications in ubiquitous environments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1998582.1998620 dblp:conf/icac/SchmittRKKU11 fatcat:txwjwlcvmndntk4m3ekw7lcuym

Advances in Quantitative Verification for Ubiquitous Computing [chapter]

Marta Kwiatkowska
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
computingComputing without computers • (Perspectives on ubiquitous computing • Technological: calm technology [Weiser 1993] − "The most profound technologies are those that disappear.  ...  or Internet of Things − enabled by wireless technology and cloud computing) • Populations of sensor-enabled computing devices that are − embedded in the environment, or even in our body − sensors for  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39718-9_3 fatcat:emkb7jqcurg37nhkdyeel6icma

Ubiquitous Computing, Informatization, Urban Structures and Density

Graham Clarke, Victor Callaghan
2007 Built Environment  
We describe some ubiquitous computing work on intelligent buildings and on urban development.  ...  We identify the major challenges to the development of cities over the next century and comment on the challenges to ubiquitous computing over the same period.  ...  Ubiquitous computing can in itself be used as a driver for change.  ... 
doi:10.2148/benv.33.2.196 fatcat:scful444y5behminzce6t7edl4

Mobile Technologies Applied to Hospital Automation [chapter]

Cicilia Raquel Maia Leite, Glaucia R.M.A., Anna G.C.D., Ricardo A.M., Pedro F.R., Ana M.G.
2012 Advances and Applications in Mobile Computing  
This new paradigm, known as ubiquitous computing, named by Weiser (Weiser, 1991) , has the ability to foster a different computer vision, focusing on people's daily life (and daily tasks).  ...  Thus, the concepts of industrial automation have been incorporated into the medical area for some time, and are now being used in hospital automation.  ...  Ubiquitous medicine Health care seems to be an ideal application field for ubiquitous computing.  ... 
doi:10.5772/36478 fatcat:rgn5qwoj3bfirex54vylw5c7wa
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