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Managing Ubiquitous Communications and Services 2007

Fourth International Workshop, MUCS 2007. Munich, Germany, 25th May 2007. Proceedings
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BookPaperback
English
Ubiquitous and Pervasive Communications, novel information and communications management technology are required to support dynamic, integrated management of participants, information appliances, and smart space infrastructure. Ubiquitous Communications, as evidenced in pervasive computing and smart space applications, still present significant management challenges for the successful delivery of highly adaptive services across heterogeneous networks,...more
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Cover TextUbiquitous and Pervasive Communications, novel information and communications management technology are required to support dynamic, integrated management of participants, information appliances, and smart space infrastructure. Ubiquitous Communications, as evidenced in pervasive computing and smart space applications, still present significant management challenges for the successful delivery of highly adaptive services across heterogeneous networks, middleware, applications and devices. Today?s management systems are still unable to cope with the complexity, heterogeneity and automation required by the pervasive computing vision. New paradigms, models and technology need to be developed to allow computer systems manage themselves in accordance with high-level guidance from humans. This workshop seeks to explore the theoretic, technological and organisational challenges in managing ubiquitous communications and application services. The Fourth International Workshop on Managing Ubiquitous Communications and Services (MUCS 2007), which was held in Munich, Germany, 25th May 2007, as part of the IEEE Integrated Management conference, IM 2007.
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ISBN/GTIN978-3-930736-07-2
Product TypeBook
BindingPaperback
Publishing year2007
Publishing date25/05/2007
Edition1. Auflage
LanguageEnglish
Article no.1637569

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