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Problems and Prospects Towards Implementing Ubiquitous Computing

Mohammed Abubakar, Arthur U. Ume
2012 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
The paper further enumerates certain key issues and factors that affect the implementation of Ubiquitous computing, and finally provides insights towards how to seamlessly achieve the adoption of this  ...  Ubiquitous Computing means network connectivity everywhere, linking devices and systems as tiny as a drawing pin and as large as a worldwide product distribution chain.  ...  Social Implications of aware technologies: Ubiquitous Computing will have a social impact on society just as the previous two eras of computing did.  ... 
doaj:f0f2cd46e8f84954a0d484eb9dddd6d2 fatcat:iwenx4htevd6hbywcwkcpw2qui

Advanced manufacturing systems and enterprises: Cloud and ubiquitous manufacturing and an architecture

Putnik Goran
2012 Istrazivanja i projektovanja za privredu  
In this paper, in the fi rst part an introduction to development of the concepts of Ubiquitous and Cloud Manufacturing is presented, as a model of advanced manufacturing systems and enterprises.  ...  The latter allows business models which do not focus on the machine sales but on the use for the customer e.g. in form of continuously available machines.  ...  ACKNOWLEGMENTS The authors wish to acknowledge the support of: 1) The Foundation for Science and Technology -FCT, Project PTDC/EME-GIN/102143/2008, 'Ubiquitous oriented embedded systems for globally distributed  ... 
doi:10.5937/jaes10-2511 fatcat:z4hkctk5pbab3ara353357wxl4

A Survey of Attention Management Systems in Ubiquitous Computing Environments

Christoph Anderson, Isabel Hübener, Ann-Kathrin Seipp, Sandra Ohly, Klaus David, Veljko Pejovic
2018 Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive Mobile Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies  
Mathematical models of human attention are at the core of these systems, and in this article, we review sensing and machine learning techniques that make such models possible.  ...  In this article, we review attention management system research with a particular focus on ubiquitous computing environments.  ...  machine learning models.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3214261 fatcat:e27hp7xqsvclvkapj7jv3dnqqe

The Road to Emotion Mining in Social Network

Hany Mohamed, Ayman Ezzat, Mostafa Sami
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
As a result, a lot of researchers are done for detecting what humans feel now in social network; they fall under the scope of topic called emotion mining, opinion mining, or sentiment analysis.  ...  While emotion is a fundamental in human experience, it becomes an ideal resource for servicing business or decision making.  ...  It targets offering a lot of benefits or services based on individual emotion.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2015905779 fatcat:oqdev253irhmnoevoyfi4pvxxy

Architectural Sociability as a Strategy to Drive Technology Integrations into Architectural Structures and Smart Environments

Steven W. Ochs
2012 International Journal of Architectural Computing  
Strategy details include a purpose based social approach in which social networks, localized data streams, ubiquitous computing, pervasive networks, and smart environments are considered a traditional  ...  part of an architectural structure.  ...  According to this model, the function of contemporary architecture fulfills the basic physiological and safety needs of an individual, the 1st and 2nd levels in Maslow's model (Lang, J. & Moleski, W.  ... 
doi:10.1260/1478-0771.10.2.301 fatcat:kj66bxykljd5rija6467663aje

Complexity and information technologies: an ethical inquiry into human autonomous action

José Artur Quilici-Gonzalez, Mariana Claudia Broens, Maria Eunice Quilici-Gonzalez, Guiou Kobayashi
2014 Scientiae Studia  
In this article, we discuss, from a complex systems perspective, possible implications of the rising dependency between autonomous human social/individual action, ubiquitous computing, and artificial intelligent  ...  We claim that without the feedback of fellow humans, which teaches us the consequences of our actions in real everyday life, the indiscriminate use of ubiquitous computing in decision-making processes  ...  We would like to thank the Federal University of ABC, the University of São Paulo State (UNESP), FAPESP, and CNPq for supporting this research, and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1678-31662014000400009 fatcat:yserhqmqaff2hcfcmea75fo554

Technology paternalism – wider implications of ubiquitous computing

S. Spiekermann, F. Pallas
2006 Poiesis & Praxis  
Ubiquitous Computing technologies will have a wide impact on our daily lives in the future.  ...  However, the authors of this paper argue that there is more to consider from a social perspective: In particular, the question is raised how people can maintain control in environments that are supposed  ...  We also identified some main issues that arise from Technology Paternalism and the ongoing trend towards it in an era of Ubiquitous Computing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10202-005-0010-3 fatcat:cy2jmeo2nne3zkj5qmu6vit7h4

Futures of robotics. Human work in digital transformation

Jari Kaivo oja, Steffen Roth, Leo Westerlund
2017 International Journal of Technology Management  
In general, he is described as a man with an insatiable appetite for information and knowledge about the world and the people in it.  ...  Finally, we analyse economic, social, and political key challenges of the digital transformation of work and labour policy in the European Union in general and against the backdrop of the European robotics  ...  Debate on the role of men in the new social models will increase. • Trust: trust is an important factor in the functioning of society. There is growing distrust towards institutions.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2017.083074 fatcat:msyhzlbounapxa7im6sbdhvvhm

Futures of robotics. Human work in digital transformation

Steffen Roth, Leo Westerlund, Jari Kaivo oja
2017 International Journal of Technology Management  
In general, he is described as a man with an insatiable appetite for information and knowledge about the world and the people in it.  ...  Finally, we analyse economic, social, and political key challenges of the digital transformation of work and labour policy in the European Union in general and against the backdrop of the European robotics  ...  Debate on the role of men in the new social models will increase. • Trust: trust is an important factor in the functioning of society. There is growing distrust towards institutions.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2017.10004003 fatcat:2vuqw25zifdcdczl7o4buezyqq

A look at human interaction with pervasive computers

W. S. Ark, T. Selker
1999 IBM Systems Journal  
A collection of papers has been gathered in order to explore the pervasive computing trend with a humanistic approach.  ...  These papers will help technologists to share in the successes of others in this field and also to understand problems researchers are having in creating ubiquitous computing environments.  ...  Acknowledgments There are many people who were involved in the effort to put this issue together. We would like to thank  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.384.0504 fatcat:hp67kjo5orexxil7give5smr6i

Customized learning environment: A new approach

Anabela Mesquita, Fernando Moreira, Paula Peres
2016 2016 11th Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI)  
In this paper, we propose a model where all the learning elements are present and where the student is the focus and the one who decides what should be included in this learning environment in order to  ...  However, the evolution of ICT requires a rapid and demanding adaptation.  ...  This solution represents an evolution of the model presented at [26] . Knowledge is a social product meaning that is the result of interactions between people.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cisti.2016.7521621 fatcat:2t3vjx5fl5b7ha5ob4i3rgmduu

Ubiquitous Computing: Potentials and Challenges [article]

Jaydip Sen
2011 arXiv   pre-print
This paper presents a comprehensive discussion on the central trends in ubiquitous computing considering them form technical, social and economic perspectives.  ...  It also brings forth the challenges of ubiquitous computing that require active solutions and management.  ...  Human interaction mechanisms are being deliberately applied as a social model for understanding the decentralized coordination of agents.  ... 
arXiv:1011.1960v2 fatcat:m2y3xjegwrci3d3f6m3xxomphu

Ubiquitous Computing and Its Applications in the Disease Management in a Ubiquitous City

Javier Cabo Salvador, Jose Miguel Ramirez Uceda, Verónica Cabo Muiños, Javier Ramos Lopez, Carlos de Castro
2018 Journal of Computer and Communications  
This paper deepens in the relations between health, devices, and models of technological cities and how these can be modeled to provide a more cost efficient solution while less invasive and more natural  ...  This can be done using videoconferences, or to be broadcasted in 3D using videostreaming, which allows drawing a real scenario of hospital without barriers, being key tools in the new models of integrated  ...  With Ubiquitous Computing and the Ubiquitous City, one more step is taken in the evolution of human-machine interaction seeming human-human interaction.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jcc.2018.63002 fatcat:imw6iifd2ne7pktgrsidrhnfbi

Human Behavior Understanding for Inducing Behavioral Change: Application Perspectives [chapter]

Albert Ali Salah, Bruno Lepri, Fabio Pianesi, Alex Sandy Pentland
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper provides a framework for assessing the impact of social factors for these applications, and discusses the role of social mediation of behaviors and attitudes.  ...  While analysis techniques that involve pattern recognition, signal processing and machine learning are very relevant to this aim, the underlying psychological and sociological aspects of inducing behavioral  ...  relationship, and subsequently filling a gap in our understanding of the social/non-social continuum in human-machine interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-25446-8_1 fatcat:5n63hzykazbapl7ywjtef5azfq

Human Behavior Understanding for Inducing Behavioral Change: Social and Theoretical Aspects [chapter]

Bruno Lepri, Albert Ali Salah, Fabio Pianesi, Alex Sandy Pentland
2012 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
This paper provides a framework for assessing the impact of social factors for these applications, and discusses the role of social mediation of behaviors and attitudes.  ...  While analysis techniques that involve pattern recognition, signal processing and machine learning are very relevant to this aim, the underlying psychological and sociological aspects of inducing behavioral  ...  relationship, and subsequently filling a gap in our understanding of the social/non-social continuum in human-machine interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31479-7_44 fatcat:zf57ypsqyvevrgscmjixgcgvfe
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