Fall 2008, 2:00-3:15 Tuesday/Thursday, 1131 SiebelCenter. The CRN is 49196.
Ubiquitous and pervasive computing is a new and exciting platform and paradigm for anywhere, anyhow services and information systems. This new research area is a natural outcome of the tremendous advances in wireless networks, mobile computing, sensor networks, distributed computing, and agent technologies. This advanced graduate course is project and reading based and explores issues of applications, privacy, infrastructure, mobile, wireless, and distributed computing in an Internet environment with advanced human-computer interfaces, high-definition multimedia, and powerful, efficient computing. As prerequisites, the students should have basic knowledge of systems and networking, security, and system design.
The detailed course contents, papers referenced, and projects will change over time, but the topics and concepts taught will be very much the same.
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Page: 2. Lectures Fall 2008
Page: Application Requirements
Page: Fall 2007
Page: Homework Fall 2008
Page: Mindmap of Ubiquitous Computing Concepts as of 9 2 2007
Page: Projects Fall 2008
Page: Reading list for UbiComp
Page: Students Fall 2008
Page: Ubiquitous Computing Conferences