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Designing Urban Pervasive Systems

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3 Author(s)
V. Kostakos ; University of Bath ; E. O'Neill ; A. Penn

A conceptual framework describes three aspects of designing and analyzing pervasive systems in an urban environment. A systematic approach to designing the urban environment as an integrated system of architecture and pervasive technologies requires drawing on knowledge, theory, and methods from the disciplines of architecture and computer science. Key to this interdisciplinary integration is the concept of space, by which we mean not only physical location or volume but also the social protocols, conventions, and values attached to a particular space

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Computer  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 9 )