Second IEEE Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops : PerCom 2004

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780769521060
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2004
  • Pages: 300

Table of Contents

A path-based RDF query language for CC/PP and UAProf 3
Context aware retrieval in web-based collaborations 8
Contextual concur task trees : integrating dynamic contexts in task based design 13
Ontology based context modeling and reasoning using OWL 18
Towards a better understanding of context attributes 23
Modeling context-based security policies with contextual graphs 28
Modelling and usign imperfect context information 33
Towards a theory of context spaces 38
Comprehensive structured context profiles (CSCP) : design and experiences 43
A library for managing spatial context using arbitrary coordinate systems 48
Instant messaging & presence management in mobile-ad-hoc networks 55
MPDG - mobile profile based distributed grouping 60
A dynamic adaptive replica allocation algorithm in mobile ad hoc networks 65
Peer-to-peer determination of proximity using wireless network data 70
Efficient end system multicast for mobile ad hoc networks 75
Virtual paths routing : a highly dynamic protocol for ad hoc wireless networks 81
A transport layer load sharing mechanism for mobile wireless hosts 87
An adaptive approach to content-based subscription in mobile ad hoc networks 92
Fieldcast2 : flexible P2P architecture for presence information sharing 98
Peer-to-peer file-sharing over mobile ad hoc networks 104
Towards scalable P2P computing for mobile ad hoc networks 109
Trustworthy pervasive computing : the hard security problems 117
Untraceable secret credentials : trust establishment with privacy 122
Mix zones : user privacy in location-aware services 127
Towards context-aware security : an authorization architecture for intranet environments 132
Yoking-proofs of RFID tags 138
Pervasive authentication domains for automatic pervasive device authorization 144
Hash-based enhancement of location privacy for radio-frequency identification devices using varying identifies 149
Context-based security poheres : a new modeling approach 154
Context-based secure resource access in pervasive computing environments 159
Models, protocols and architectures for secure pervasive computing : challenges and research directions 164
A toolkit to design adaptable user interfaces in ubiquitous computing environments 171
MICA : pervasive middleware for learning, sharing and talking 176
XML language binding support for pervasive communication in distributed virtual shared information spaces 181
A middleware for supporting disconnections and multi-network access in mobile environments 187
Agile middleware of pervasive computing environments 192
Super spaces : a middleware for large-scale pervasive computing environments 198
AmbientDB : P2P data management middleware for ambient intelligence 203
A synchronization framework for personal mobile servers 208
On negotiating automatic device configuration in smart environments 213
Automatic resource and service management for ubiquitous computing environments 219
Ubicomp education : current status and future directions 227
Escape from the computer lab : education in mobile wireless networks 231
Expanding education through active space collaboration 236
A hands-on course on wireless and mobile systems design 241
Anatomy of a graduate ubiquitous/pervasive computing course 247
Experiences teaching a course on wearable and ubiquitous computing 252
Proselytizing pervasive computing education : a strategy and approach influenced by human-computer interaction 257
Author index 263
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