Communicating with Smart Objects: Developing Technology for Usable Pervasive Computing Systems



Communicating with Smart Objects: Developing Technology for Usable Pervasive Computing Systems
Publisher: ISTE Publishing Company | ISBN: 1903996368 | edition 2003 | File type: PDF | 352 pages | 14,9 mb

This volume, which was produced under the aegis of France Tilicom RD, Europe's leading communications RD center, contains contributions from sixty specialists. It includes state of the art surveys of the theory and practice of network technology in the context of communicating objects. This concept considers the different facets of work ranging from radio frequency transmission and non fiber-optics, to voice recognition devices and software infrastructures, that activate objects in the human environment. This book attempts to answer these questions: How do objects communicate? How are they used? What can they do, today and tomorrow?

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