Presentation 2002/7/19
Towards Ubiquitous Networks
Hiroyuki Morikawa,
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Abstract(in English) In the future, interconnected devices will be so commonplace that "the Internet" becomes invisible. Devices span from the so tiny that the computer disappears, to servers so large that storage limits vanish. The key towards this is to design an information infrastructure where computing, content, and network resources are completely transparent to the user. We believe that it is now time to revisit the Internet to determine whether it can be changed to align better with such future requirements. The goal is to develop an information infrastructure to make it more convenient for people to interact with information, devices, and other people. In addition, to define prototype networked applications is also a goal towards which information society can evolve. This presentation shows some application scenarios, technological challenges, and our approaches to realize ubiquitous networks.
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Keyword(in English) Ubiquitous Network / Ubiquitous Computing / Network Services
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Title (in English) Towards Ubiquitous Networks
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Keyword(1) Ubiquitous Network
Keyword(2) Ubiquitous Computing
Keyword(3) Network Services
1st Author's Name Hiroyuki Morikawa
1st Author's Affiliation Department of Frontier Informatics, The University of Tokyo()
Date 2002/7/19
Paper # IA2002-15
Volume (vol) vol.102
Number (no) 252
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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