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Guest Editors' Introduction: Energy Harvesting and Conservation

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Pervasive computing aims to integrate computation into our daily work practice to enhance our activities without being noticed. In other words, computing becomes truly invisible. Yet at the heart of every pervasive computing system are electronic components that consume energy. Managing the energy needs of mobile systems, or systems for which reliable power isn’t guaranteed, can be a significant distraction for users. How can we minimize user involvement in the energy management process to make pervasive computing devices more pervasive?

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Pervasive Computing, IEEE  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 1 )

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Jan.-March 2005

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