3rd Symposium of Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient by Pau Giner, Carlos Cetina, Joan Fons (auth.), Juan M.

By Pau Giner, Carlos Cetina, Joan Fons (auth.), Juan M. Corchado, Dante I. Tapia, José Bravo (eds.)

The Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI) started as a workshop held in 2003 in San Sebastián (Spain) lower than the Spanish man made Intelligence convention. This occasion accumulated 32 attendees and 18 papers have been offered. the second one variation, already as a Symposium, came about in Granada (Spain) below the 1st Spanish desktop technological know-how convention (CEDI). Later, in 2006, a moment workshop used to be celebrated in Ciudad actual and, in 2007; the second one Symposium was once geared up in Zaragoza via the CEDI convention. Now we proceed to paintings at the association of this occasion in Salamanca, a gorgeous Spanish city.

The eu group and the 6th and 7th Framework courses motivate researchers to discover the usual scope of the AmI imaginative and prescient. in truth, a few researchers have a vital position during this imaginative and prescient. Emile Aarts from Philips describes Ambient Intelligence as "the integration of know-how into the environment, in order that humans can freely and interactively make the most of it". this concept has the same opinion with the notion of Mark Weiser in regards to the Ubiquitous Computing paradigm.

The UCAmI neighborhood attempts to hitch specialists world wide with a purpose to advertise collaborations and to place into perform reports for concerning humans into clever environments in order that the "Everyday Computing" idea could be a fact. The UCAmI technical software contains forty papers (31 lengthy paper, 6 brief paper and three doctoral consortium) chosen from a submission pool of fifty six papers, from eleven assorted countries.

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The SRF reacts performing recovery task taking into account the information provided by monitoring services. The S&D Manager is the core of the system. It controls the rest of the components of the system. It processes SDrequests from Serenity-aware applications returning back ExecutableComponents. It is responsible for the activation and deactivation of the ExecutableComponents; it also takes the necessary recovery actions when it is informed by the monitoring services of a monitoring rule violation.

However, the software embedded in such devices is a step behind those hardware architectures. In fact, software systems are becoming a critical part of these scenarios, and errors in devices are often software related bugs or malfunctions. The main challenge for this kind of software is that AmI presents a shift from closed applications, fixed systems and predefined architectures to scenarios where components from different sources are dynamically assembled to create open architectures that will be sensitive, adaptive, context-aware and responsive to users' needs and habits.

The Interactive Workspaces project: experiences with ubiquitous computing rooms. Pervasive Computing 1(2), 67–74 (2002) 13. : Gaia: A Middleware Infrastructure to Enable Active Spaces. In: IEEE Pervasive Computing, October-December, 2002, pp. 74–83 (2002) 14. : Dynamic Service Composition in Ambient Intelligence Environments: a Multi-Agent Approach. In: Proceedings of the First European Young Researcher Workshop on Service-Oriented Computing (2005) 15. : A breadboard architecture for pervasive contextaware services in smart spaces: middleware components and prototype applications.

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