A Fog-Based Emergency System for Smart Enhanced Living Environments

@article{Nikoloudakis2016AFE,
  title={A Fog-Based Emergency System for Smart Enhanced Living Environments},
  author={Yannis Nikoloudakis and Spyridon Panagiotakis and Evangelos K. Markakis and Evangelos Pallis and George Mastorakis and Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis and Ciprian Dobre},
  journal={IEEE Cloud Computing},
  year={2016},
  volume={3},
  pages={54-62}
}
Ubiquitous computing paradigms, empowered by the fifth-generation networking and emerging smart ambient intelligence environments, could play a crucial role in creating better living environments for activity-challenged individuals, such as disabled or elderly people requiring constant care. Cloud computing has been an empowering force for this endeavor, although it raises several ethical, security, and user experience issues. This article presents a virtualized fog-based infrastructure for… 

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