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Pervasive computing: a paradigm for the 21st century

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2 Author(s)
D. Saha ; Indian Inst. of Manage., Calcutta, India ; A. Mukherjee

Pervasive computing promises to make life simpler via digital environments that sense, adapt, and respond to human needs. Yet we still view computers as machines that run programs in a virtual environment. Pervasive computing presumes a different vision. A device can be a portal into an application-data space, not just a repository of custom software a user must manage. An application is a means by which a user performs a task, not software written to exploit a device's capabilities. And a computing environment is an information-enhanced physical space, not a virtual environment that exists to store and run software. Pervasive computing is close to technical and economic viability.

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Computer  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 3 )