UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING Its Paradigm, Systems & Middleware

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Pallavi Vartak, "UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING Its Paradigm, Systems & Middleware", VIVA-Tech IJRI Volume 1, Issue 1, Article 2, pp. 1-6, Oct 2018. Published by Computer Engineering Department, VIVA Institute of Technology, Virar, India.


This paper offers a survey of ubiquitous computing research which is the developing a scope that gears communication technologies into routine life accomplishments. This study paper affords a types of the studies that extents at the ubiquitous computing exemplar. In this paper, we present collective structure principles of ubiquitous systems and scrutinize important developments in context-conscious ubiquitous structures. In toting, this studies work affords a novel structure of ubiquitous computing system and an evaluation of sensors needed for applications in ubiquitous computing. The goal of this studies work are 3-fold: i) help as a parameter for researchers who're first-hand to ubiquitous computing and want to subsidize to this research expanse, ii) provide a unique machine architecture for ubiquitous computing system, and iii) offer auxiliary studies ways necessary for exceptional-of-provider assertion of ubiquitous computing.


Ubiquitous Computing, Ubiquitous Computing Paradigm, Context-Aware Systems, Pervasive Computing Middleware.


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