First introduced two decades ago, the term ubiquitous computing is now part of the common vernacular. Ubicomp, as it is commonly called, has grown not just quickly but broadly so as to encompass a wealth of concepts and technology that serves any number of purposes across all of human endeavor. Under the guidance of John Krumm, an original ubicomp pioneer, Ubiquitous Computing Fundamentals brings together eleven ubiquitous computing trailblazers who each report on his or her area of expertise. Starting with a historical introduction, the book moves on to summarize a number of self-contained topics. Taking a decidedly human perspective, the book includes discussion on how to observe people in their natural environments and evaluate the critical points where ubiquitous computing technologies can improve their lives.
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Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this WorldCat. Having moved from the age of the mainframe to that of personal computing, we are entering what some refer to as the third wave, ubiquitous computing, the era when computing moves from front and center to become more subtly integrated into our lives. This book presents an overview of ubiquitous systems design and deployment.
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