Part based Processing suggestions for Application Structures

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Part based Computing suggestions for Application Architectures Julie A. McCann Imperial College, Department of Computing London UK jamm@doc.ic.ac.uk www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~jamm

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Getting to the 3 rd Wave What is the eventual fate of processing? inescapable registering? What is the crucial necessities of such frameworks? How are we arriving? Go! Hypatia Go! + Hypatia + Jeff's ADLs = ANS! Segments ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002

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Phase I To the 3 rd wave… … . Segments ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002

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Ubiquitous Computing? Versatile Computing != Ubi Nano Computing != Ubi What is it then? Includes numerous orders. Propelled by the social researchers, scholars, and anthropologists outlook change? at present we anticipate that the client will discover approaches to utilize the PC anyway we right now don't underline how the PC can locate its own specific manner to serve the client concentrate on HCI concentrate on security, protection - > enormous sibling? Segments ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002

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inescapable processing What is unavoidable registering Current innovation Mobile figuring Context adjustment Intelligent environment Adaptive design Security, protection and administration Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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What is Pervasive Computing? Innovation View Computers wherever – inserted into ice chests, clothes washers, entryway locks, autos, furniture, individuals  smart environment Mobile compact registering gadgets Wireless correspondence – consistent versatile/settled User View Invisible – certain cooperation with your surroundings Augmenting human capacities in setting of errands Ubiquitous = portable processing + canny environment Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Mobility Mobile processing Computing & correspondence moving Mostly voice based or implanted? Traveling registering Intermittent network Usual environment accessible Mobile operators Mobile code and information Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Contents What is unavoidable registering Current innovation Current & close term contraptions Wearable figuring Mobile processing Context adjustment Intelligent environment Adaptive design Security, protection and administration Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Laptop Personal computerized partner (PDA) DoCoMo video telephone Mobile telephone/PDA http://nooper.co.jp/showcase Current Technology Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Web Server Matchbox PC Best companion Current Technology 2 Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Wearable Computers Watch telephone Watch camera Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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LCD Jacket Wearable I/O Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Designer Gear Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Wearable or luggable? See http://wearables.www.media.mit.edu/ventures/wearables/mithril/index.html Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Bluetooth elective The Whisperer Convert sound signs to vibrations sent through finger Send orders by tapping fingers in different rhythms Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Usability Common UI for workstation and cell phone applications Adaptive data show Replicate qualities of paper-based scratch pad for annotatablity, heartiness, comprehensiveness Flexible voice based info yield Voice acknowledgment + content to discourse transformation Gesture acknowledgment WAP telephone is not a useable figuring gadget!! Expel human from circle – canny operators? Segments ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Brainwaves! Parts ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Contents What is inescapable processing Current innovation Mobile figuring Issues Wireless correspondence Ad-hoc organizing Context adjustment Intelligent environment Adaptive design Security, protection and administration Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Mobile Computing Vision Universal availability – anyplace, whenever Accommodate heterogeneity of systems and communicators Ubiquitous astute environment – inserted PCs wherever Easy client connection Context free access to administrations + setting subordinate data Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002

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Wireless Communication GSM telephone 9.6 Kbps Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b 200 m extend 2.4 Ghz band: 11 Mbps Bluetooth 10 m run 2.4 Ghz band: 1 information (700 kbps) & 3 voice stations UMTS – 3G portable 114 kbps (vehicle), 384 Kbps (person on foot), 2 Mbps (stationary) HIPERLAN & IEEE 802.11a 5 Ghz band: as of now 20 Mbps in the long run 54 Mbps HomeRF got from DECT 10Mbps InfraRed – coordinate viewable pathway: 4Mbs Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Wireless Problems Too numerous comparable gauges Shortage of range Use low power + different base stations with keen radio wire. Covering range use can bring about obstruction eg Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11 Unregulated groups prompt to mayhem Health dangers? Segments ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Networking with no altered foundation Use different gadgets as switches But, security concerns and use of rare battery control for transferring – potentially more suited to sensor than client systems See http://tonnant.itd.nrl.navy.mil/manet/manet_home.html Ad-hoc organizing Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Ad-hoc Network Applications Military war zone Disaster groups Autonomous robots eg seeking structures, mapping harmful spills Meetings – trade going by cards and data Car prepares on motorways – 100 KmPH, 2m separated programmed guiding and braking Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Integration of Mobile Systems Not remain solitary gadgets. Need to associate with complex legacy data frameworks eg extensive databases – combining overhauls, showing tables and so on. Frameworks improvement Requirements particular for versatile frameworks Component piece to meet worldwide QoS, security, dependability & execution prerequisites. Portability models Behavior determination and examination Modeling setting mindful frameworks Interaction ideal models Event-based not protest summon or RPC Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Contents What is unavoidable registering Current innovation Mobile processing Context adjustment Intelligent environment Adaptive architecure Security, protection and administration Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Context Awareness Context characterized by: Current area Need area recognition eg GPS or base station Indoors – radio reference point, IR User action Walking, driving an auto, running for a transport – how to recognize this? Surrounding environment In theater, alone, in meeting Local assets or administrations accessible Device abilities Screen, input, preparing power, battery life … . Current QoS accessibility – especially for radio connections Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Context Adaptation Server What: Compression, separating, gadget particular changes, data choice … .. Where: Server, intermediary or customer? Intermediary  customer and server don't change See Armando Fox work at Stanford http://gunpowder.stanford.edu/~fox/research.html Proxy Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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QoS & setting adjustment, asset checking Map Adaptation Elements: waterway, street, motorway, structures Variants: scale, include detail, date Dynamic information: street conditions, climate Rich & dynamic information, Structured information + metadata User setting based choice, Activity due dates Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Adapting Vector Maps can be… Split into elements and introduced to some degree Encoded at various scales – diverse element detail Selective adjustment can consider substance being debased See http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~dc/Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Applications Automated observing Implanted gadgets Smart attire Swallow/infuse savvy sensors and actuators Accident and crisis bolster Patient record get to and incorporation Benefits High lower hazard checking Mobility for incessantly sick Greater out-of-clinic patient administration Mass information & examination Mobile Medicine Healthcare Everywhere Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Contents What is unavoidable figuring Current innovation Mobile processing Context adjustment Intelligent environment Adaptive design Security, protection and administration Components ��  ubicom : J.A.McCann, 2002 Thanks to M. Sloman for slides

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Smart Dust Autonomous detecting and correspondence in a cubic millimeter – "tidy bits" Sensors for temperature, dampness, light, movement … . With bidirectional radio or laser + battery Costs soon < $1 Typical Applications Defense related combat zone sensors, movement indicators and so on. Inventry control on boxes which speak with containers, trucks, plane and so on to let you know where they are Product quality observing – vibration, mugginess, overheating Car com

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