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NIST Information Technology Laboratory Pervasive Computing Initiative

@inproceedings{Rosenthal2000NISTIT,
  title={NIST Information Technology Laboratory Pervasive Computing Initiative},
  author={Lynne Rosenthal and Vincent M. Stanford},
  year={2000}
}
The next great computing paradigm shift, to pervasive computing, is already well under way and will have no less of an impact on industry, government, and daily life than the personal computing revolution. Pervasive computing refers to the emerging trend toward numerous, easily accessible computing devices connected to each other and to an increasingly ubiquitous network infrastructure. This trend will likely create new opportunities and challenges for Information Technology (IT) companies to… 

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