Theo Kanter

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In state-of-the-art Pervasive Computing, it is envisioned that unlimited access to information will be facilitated for anyone and anything. Wireless sensor networks will play a pivotal role in the stated vision. This reflects the phenomena where any situation can be sensed and analyzed anywhere. It makes heterogeneous context ubiquitous. Clustering context(More)
Currently, 3GPP is reinventing the telecom model of services in wireless Internet — a model that is not well suited to (1) meet the demands for new modes of personal mobile communication, enabled by wireless packet services and multimedia devices, or (2) the ability to deal with increasingly heterogeneous wireless infrastructure (one interpretation of 4G).(More)
Packet-oriented access to cellular networks enables us to deliver multimedia content to mobile users. As cellular networks will continue to deliver circuit switched voice for some time to come, care must be taken to avoid interference between these delivery mechanisms, while maximizing the range of services and the number of users. Smart delivery of(More)
  • Qinghua Wang, Annika Berggren, Ulf Reiman, Ulf Jennehag, Linda Karlsson, Patrik Öster-Berg +17 others
  • 2010
Wireless sensor network (WSN) has emerged as a promising technology thanks to the recent advances in electronics, networking, and information processing. A wide range of WSN applications have been proposed such as habitat monitoring, environmental observations and forecasting systems, health monitoring, etc. In these applications, many low power and(More)
Intelligent and context-aware mobile services require users and applications to share information and utilize services from remote locations. Thus, context information from the users must be structured and be accessible to applications running in end-devices. In response to this challenge, we present a shared object-oriented meta model for a persistent(More)
Personal Communication with mixed voice and data can be offered as a very rich set of applications, which can be rapidly introduced at low cost. Wireless and positioning technologies in combination with Internet's demonstrated capability to integrate voice and data are further leveraged by the use of software agents. Our work clearly demonstrates the(More)