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by Athanasios Vasilakos,Professor of Computer Engineering Witold Pedrycz

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Author:
Athanasios Vasilakos,Professor of Computer Engineering Witold Pedrycz
ISBN13:
978-1580539630
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1580539637
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Artech House Publishers; 1 edition (June 30, 2006)
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Pedrycz, Witold, 1953-. Publication Information: Boston : Artech House, c2006. Artech House mobile communications series. Pedrycz, Witold, 1953-. Vasilakos, Athanasios. Bibliography Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Genre Index Term: Electronic books. Physical Description: xxi, 450 p. : ill. Series: Artech House mobile communications series. Added Corporate Author: ProQuest (Firm).

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The metaphor of Ambient Intelligence (AmI) tries to picture a vision of the future where all of us will be surrounded by 'intelligent' electronic environments, and this ambient has claims to being sensitive and responsive to our needs.

Concepts, algorithms, paradigms, implementations, and existing systems of Ambient Intelligence (AmI), wireless networking, and ubiquitous computing are covered in 20 chapters by an international roster of contributors (most are European; some are from North America, the Middle East, and Asia). Editors Vasilakos (U. of Thessaly, Greece) and Pedrycz