Towards Fault Tolerant Pervasive Computing

@inproceedings{Chetan2004TowardsFT,
  title={Towards Fault Tolerant Pervasive Computing},
  author={Shiva Chetan and Anand Ranganathan and Roy H. Campbell},
  year={2004}
}
Pervasive computing envisions an environment that seamlessly integrates digital and physical devices. Users can access digital data and applications from the environment as easily as accessing them through their computers. Since pervasive computing exists in the user's environment, the technology is sustainable if it is invisible to the user and does not intrude the user's consciousness [3]. This requires that functioning of the multitude of devices in the environment be oblivious to the user… CONTINUE READING
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