- Pervasive computing
- UbiComp (Computer science)
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: 2002032399: UbiComp 2002 (2000 : Göteborg, Sweden). UbiComp2002, 2002: CIP t.p. (Ubiquitous computing) pref. (can be called ubiquitous, pervasive, invisible, or disappearing)
- found: WWW. Yahoo, Aug. 27, 2002 (Ubiquitous names the third wave in computing, just now beginning. Provides hundreds of wireless computing devices per person per office, of all scales, from 1 inch displays to wall sized. UbiComp is an ecological rather than appliance based approach to design. The box into which solutions are fit is not some appliance on your desk; rather it is the box in which you work; your room, or the desk itself.)
- found: WWW. Webopedia, Aug. 27, 2002 (Also called pervasive computing; idea that almost any device, from clothing to tools to appliances to cars to homes to the human body to your coffee mug, can be imbedded with chips to connect the device to an infinite network or other devices)
- found: WWW.Foldoc, Aug. 27, 2002 (Computers everywhere; making many computers available throughout the physical environment, while making them effectively invisible to the user)
- 2002-09-25: new
- 2002-09-25: revised
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