Pervasive computing: Past, present and future

Stan Kurkovsky
2007 2007 ITI 5th International Conference on Information and Communications Technology  
The paradigm of pervasive computing describes ubiquitous computing environments that provide anytime and anywhere access to information services while making the presence of the system invisible to the user. Pervasive computing envisioned by Mark Weiser emerged at the conjunction of research and development in a number of areas which include embedded and devices and systems, wireless communications, and distributed, mobile and context-aware computing. This paper provides an overview of
more » ... nt components of pervasive computing and outlines the current progress made as a result of convergence of these areas of research.
doi:10.1109/itict.2007.4475619 fatcat:qle4fv356jeo7gq2vqwo7k3qdy