CAPIM: A Platform for Context-Aware Computing

  title={CAPIM: A Platform for Context-Aware Computing},
  author={Ciprian Dobre},
  journal={2011 International Conference on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing},
Today smart phones integrate many sensors and provide large computing capacities. They enable the shift towards massive quantities of real-time information becoming access push rather than demand pull on a global case. In this we describe CAPIM, a platform to support such a paradigm. It integrates services to monitor and a context for adapt with the user's context using sensors and capabilities of smart phones, together with online social data. It integrates context-aware services that are… CONTINUE READING

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