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Universities focus on pervasive computing research

T. Costlow
2004 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
Dubbed the Pervasive Computing Community (, the research initiative is the fourth Knowledge Integration Community created by the two universities, which formed an  ...  Because mobile products are important components in the pervasive computing environment, they need to be on most of the time.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2004.9 fatcat:xentionrsbdl5ivamxqmvvqjf4

Cross-boundary Behavioural Reprogrammability Reveals Evidence of Pervasive Universality [article]

Jürgen Riedel, Hector Zenil
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We exhaustively explore the reprogrammability capabilities and the intrinsic universality of the Cartesian product P × C of the space P of all possible computer programs of increasing size and the space  ...  We also introduce emulation networks, derive a topologically-based measure of complexity based upon out- and in-degree connectivity, and establish bridges to fundamental ideas of complexity, universality  ...  In other words, the fact that native high complexity rules dominate higher rule spaces strengthens the pervasive programmability-and thereby pervasive universality-hypothesis.  ... 
arXiv:1510.01671v15 fatcat:dqjwuxknhvcwxiwn6kyhrsbzzu

Standards, tools & best practices - The universal remote console: a universal access bus for pervasive computing

B. LaPlant, S. Trewin, G. Zimmermann, G. Vanderheiden
2004 IEEE pervasive computing  
Editor: Sumi Helal ■ University of Florida ■ Standards,Tools & Best Practices I EEE Pervasive Computing's editor in chief, M.  ...  Stanford, "Using Pervasive Computing to Deliver Elder Care," IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 1, no. 1, Jan.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2004.1269134 fatcat:22exl2oso5euhewe25luihlz5q

Universal Interactions with Smart Spaces

Choonhwa Lee, S. Helal, Wonjun Lee
2006 IEEE pervasive computing  
The January-March 2004 installment of this column, "The Universal Remote Console: A Universal Access Bus for Pervasive Computing," provided an architectural overview of INCITS/V2 URC.  ...  The two These intertwining evolutions are pushing the envelope toward a truly universal interaction technology for pervasive spaces.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2006.19 fatcat:y7ar6mupyjbprcm3wifmqmwlle

Universal design: Lessons for wearable computing

M. Gandy, D. Ross, T.E. Starner
2003 IEEE pervasive computing 20 PERVASIVE computing Gregg Vanderheiden, director of the Trace Research Institute (www.  ...  Universal design principles were thus conceptualized as fully relevant to designing mass-marketed consumer appliances: WEARABLE COMPUTING W E A R A B L E C O M P U T I N G 20 PERVASIVE computing  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2003.1228523 fatcat:3adbyruklbc7rlkmeqbbn2td6y


Rocsana Tonis (Bucea-Manea)
2011 Annals of Spiru Haret University Economic Series  
The paper emphasizes the role of pervasive BI solutions in reaching the key performance indicators of the modern organizations, more important in the context of crisis.  ...  In this context, there have been developed pervasive BI solutions which are present at different levels of the organization, so that employees can observe only what is most relevant to their day-to-day  ...  Another cultural impact is that pervasive BI can create new levers for change.  ... 
doaj:669c18fd33994c1ea9d6df2f2301baa0 fatcat:iuqmr7ylynh6foffpjdbndsp3u

Balancing transparency, efficiency and security in pervasive systems [article]

Mark Wenstrom, Eloisa Bentivegna, Ali Hurson (Pennsylvania State University)
2008 arXiv   pre-print
The discussion will be closed by an overview of the solutions proposed by current pervasive computing efforts, both in the area of generic platforms and for dedicated applications such as pervasive education  ...  This chapter will survey pervasive computing with a look at how its constraint for transparency affects issues of resource management and security.  ...  Continuous Curriculum (PCC) project from Pennsylvania State University [14] and AULA from University of Castilla investigate the application of pervasive systems to academic issues, such as the administration  ... 
arXiv:0801.3102v1 fatcat:6yi3sozlxjgvxjys7imhkomrn4

Public Pervasive Computing: Making the Invisible Visible

J. Kjeldskov, A. University, J. Paay
2006 Computer  
Jesper Kjeldskov Aalborg University Jeni Paay University of Melbourne P ervasive computing technologies have radically altered how individuals relate to one another and to their environments. 1 People  ...  The user study clearly demonstrated the feasibility of a public pervasive computing system such as Just-for-Us.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2006.323 fatcat:4skashzlazdkjiq7lq36vowcdy

Money Circulation, Trackable Items, and the Emergence of Universal Human Mobility Patterns

Dirk Brockmann, Fabian Theis
2008 IEEE pervasive computing  
The authors show that despite cultural and national differences, universal properties exist in a diverse set of traffic networks along with important insight into traffic-related phenomena such as the  ...  ...  From this pervasive data, we extract multiscale human traffic networks for the US and European countries that cover distances of a few to a few thousand kilometers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2008.77 fatcat:fdypiaja45f4bf3jkamjwvyfdq

Intense, Pervasive and Shared Faculty Dialogue: Generating Understanding and Identifying "Hotspots" in Five Days

Emily Janke, Barbara Holland, Kristin Medlin
2016 Metropolitan Universities  
This chapter describes the path followed at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro to align policies across all units and departments.  ...  Once an institution has chosen to recognize and reward community-engaged scholarship in its university-wide promotion and tenure policy, what are some strategies for aligning unit and department policies  ...  Alignment among University, Unit, and Department Policies.  ... 
doi:10.18060/21124 fatcat:cjpjauskxzda5dkp7t3wpiy27e

Context-Sensitive Security Framework for Pervasive Environments

Charles-eric Pigeot, Yann Gripay, Marian Scuturici, Jean-marc Pierson
2007 Fourth European Conference on Universal Multiservice Networks (ECUMN'07)  
Pervasive systems enable us to have an overview of what digital environments will look like in the future.  ...  A wide adoption of pervasive systems can not be possible without an integrated approach to security.  ...  in pervasive environments, and do not address some pervasive-related issues.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ecumn.2007.13 dblp:conf/ecumn/PigeotGSP07 fatcat:apbgwt7nhzc3bhmhqvzm4yvima

Giving up on everything: a case and review of pervasive refusal syndrome

Jordan Ho, Brynn Charron
2020 University of Western Ontario Medical Journal  
We present a case of pervasive refusal syndrome (PRS), in which a 11-year-old female patient refused to eat, drink, interact, or self-care in any way.  ...  Six years on, she has remained physically well and has gone on to university.  ...  discussion Pervasive Refusal Syndrome Pervasive refusal syndrome (PRS) was first described in 1991 by Bryan Lask and his colleagues as a potentially lifethreatening condition involving profound and pervasive  ... 
doi:10.5206/uwomj.v88i1.6238 fatcat:nspjbqnmfbbphdbc7dbo4i7zti

Dissecting the Security and Protection Issues in Pervasive Computing

Qaisar Javaid, Humera Yasmeen, Munam Ali Shah, Muhammad Kamran, Adnan Sohail
2018 Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology  
The functionalities of mobile devices are increasing day-by-day and today technology has shrunken the world as illustrated in This is an open access article published by Mehran University Research Journal  ...  This computing capacity available in most of the daily use devices is characterized as pervasive computing. Pervasive computing is often referred as mobile computing or nomadic computing. 1.  ...  Issues in Pervasive Computing TABLE 1 . 1 SUMMARY OF EXISTING SYSTEMS Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering & Technology, Volume 37, No. 2, April, 2018 [p-ISSN: 0254-7821, e-ISSN: 2413-7219  ... 
doi:10.22581/muet1982.1802.02 fatcat:cua5uvixt5eopnu5vvjbojhnjq

The Right to Counsel and the Fourteenth Amendment: A Dialogue on "The Most Pervasive Right" of an Accused

Yale Kamisar
1962 The University of Chicago Law Review  
A: I'm talking about "the most pervasive" of all the rights an accused has, remember?  ...  You know, the right without which "'his day in court' is an idle expression";27 "by far the most pervasive" of all the defendant's rights "for it affects his ability to assert any other rights he may have  ...  Bate, Faculty of Law, the University of Birmingham, for sending me various legal aid forms; and to Professor Treitel and Mr. Forbes for sending me several booklets.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1598679 fatcat:qiyet4lgpnfyjn3sg5dbp3ir4m

A Neural Network Based Vehicle Classification System for Pervasive Smart Road Security

Donald Cooley, Jing He, Jong Hyuk Park, Naixue Xiong, Yingshu Li
2009 Journal of universal computer science (Online)  
Pervasive smart computing environments make people get accustomed to convenient and secure services.  ...  Introduction Pervasive smart computing environments make people get accustomed to convenient and secure services.  ...  The extensive work in classification of the tracked vehicles based on 3-D model matching methods was done by the University of Reading.  ... 
doi:10.3217/jucs-015-05-1119 dblp:journals/jucs/XiongHPCL09 fatcat:acapr6ghbzeg7k4m5xve5owt2m
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