Pervasive computing: vision and challenges

  title={Pervasive computing: vision and challenges},
  author={Mahadev Satyanarayanan},
  journal={IEEE Personal Commun.},
o began Mark Weiser’s seminal 1991 paper [1] that described his vision of ubiquitous computing, now also called pervasive computing. The essence of that vision was the creation of environments saturated with computing and communication capability, yet gracefully integrated with human users. When articulated, this was a vision too far ahead of its time — the hardware technology needed to achieve it simply did not exist. Not surprisingly, the implementation attempted by Weiser and his colleagues… CONTINUE READING
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