Thomas Moran, Paul Dourish  

Pervasive Computing is a term for the strongly emerging trend toward:

  • Numerous, casually accessible, often invisible computing devices. 
  • Frequently mobile or embedded in the environment. 
  • Connected to an increasingly ubiquitous network infrastructure composed of a wired core and wireless edges.

Human-Computer Interaction 20(2-4), pages 87-95, February 2001, Taylor & Francis.

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Author = {Moran, Thomas and Dourish, Paul},
Doi = {10.1207/S15327051HCI16234_01},
Issn = {0737-0024},
Issn-Online = {1532-7051},
Journal = {Human-Computer Interaction},
Month = feb,
Number = {2--4},
Pages = {87--95},
Publisher = {Taylor \& Francis},
Title = {Introduction to This Special Issue on Context-Aware Computing},
Url = {http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a784767716},
Volume = 20,
Year = 2001}

    

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Introduction to This Special Issue on Context-Aware Computing

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published  

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Thomas Moran, Paul Dourish

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original page

— DOI

10.1207/S15327051HCI16234_01

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0737-0024

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1532-7051

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contextawarecomp01
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