By Yin-Leng Theng;Henry Duh
Interactive structures within the cellular, ubiquitous, and digital environments are at a degree of improvement the place designers and builders are willing to determine extra approximately layout, use and usefulness of those structures. Ubiquitous Computing: layout, Implementation and usefulness highlights the emergent usability theories, strategies, instruments and top practices in those environments. This e-book exhibits that usable and valuable platforms may be able to be completed in ways in which will enhance usability to reinforce person studies. study at the usability concerns for youngsters, young ones, adults, and the aged is gifted, with assorted options for the cellular, ubiquitous, and digital environments.
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Current solutions for pervasive computing represent context in different ways; for example, using key-value pairs, XML documents (Boyera & Lewis, 2005; Ryan, 1999), object-oriented models (Henricksen, Indulska, & Rakotonirainy, 2002), and ontology-based models (Chen, Finin, & Joshi, 2003; Henricksen, Livingstone, & Indulska, 2004; Masuoka, Labrou, Parsie, & Sirin, 2003). Considering that the context information is represented in a way that applications understand, it is possible to make use of this information and perform context reasoning.
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Answering it will require deep theoretical and, mainly, practical studies. This is what researchers should focus on, and thus, this work has been an introductory theoretical contribution to this end. We believe the concepts presented here will be summed up in other works, and also be useful when developing real world applications, with the intent of reaching a reasonable vision of pervasive computing. , & Schwiebert, L. (2005). Fundamentals of mobile and pervasive computing. McGraw-Hill. , & Thomas, B.