By Kristof Van Laerhoven (auth.), Hitomi Murakami, Hideyuki Nakashima, Hideyuki Tokuda, Michiaki Yasumura (eds.)
This e-book is a suite of papers awarded at UCS 2004, hung on November 8–9 in Tokyo. UCS is a sequence of foreign symposia backed through the targeted curiosity crew Ubiquitous Computing platforms of the data Processing Society of Japan. The ?rst UCS was once hung on November 17, 2003 in Kyoto. It used to be held as an invitation-based symposium. UCS 2004 was once the second one of the sequence, and the ?rst submission-based convention. UCS specializes in the rising researcharea of ubiquitous computing structures. This emergence is an final result of the speedy evolution in clever home equipment and units, in addition to great advances in instant networks and cellular c- puting.Inthelastfewyears,variousapplicationsofinformationtechnologyhave been altering our way of life speedily and to a wide quantity. the simplest ex- ple is using cell phones. via getting new sensing units, cameras, their software ?eld isn't any longer restricted to verbal exchange yet covers facts c- munications together with net entry, and information and application up-/downloading, etc. The symposium o?ered the chance for in-depth exploration of the latest study and improvement ?ndings within the ?eld of ubiquitous computing. The submitted papers provided at UCS 2004 recommend one of these course to destiny applied sciences, together with cellular advert hoc networks, sensor networks and conte- acutely aware technologies.
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