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Pervasive computing : the mobile world 2nd ed

Pervasive computing : the mobile world 2nd ed (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hansmann, Uwe, 1970-. Merk, Lothar. Nicklous, Marthin S. Stober, Thomas.
Title Statement
Pervasive computing : the mobile world / Uwe Hansmann ... [et al.] ; forewords by Pertti Korhonen, Philippe Kahn, and Nick Shelness.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Berlin ;   New York :   Springer,   c2003.  
Physical Medium
xx, 448 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Springer professional computing
ISBN
3540002189 (alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 427-429) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Ubiquitous computing. Mobile computing. Embedded computer systems.
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700 1 ▼a Nicklous, Marthin S.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = 1
About This Book = 2
The Audience of This Book = 3
No Need to Read the Whole Book = 3
About the Authors = 8
Acknowledgements = 10
 1 What Pervasive Computing Is All About = 11
  1.1 Times Are Changing = 11
  1.2 Decentralization Continues = 13
  1.3 Applied Pervasive Computing = 15
  1.4 Pervasive Computing Principles = 17
   1.4.1 Decentralization = 18
   1.4.2 Diversification = 18
   1.4.3 Connectivity = 20
   1.4.4 Simplicity = 21
  1.5 Pervasive Information Technology = 22
Part Ⅰ Devices = 25
 2 Information Access Devices = 29
  2.1 Handheld Computers = 29
  2.2 Palm OS-Based Devices = 29
  2.3 Windows CE-Based Handheld Computers = 34
  2.4 EPOC Based-Handheld Computers = 37
  2.5 Sub-Notebooks = 39
  2.6 Phones = 40
  2.7 Cellular Phones = 40
  2.8 Data Transmission Capabilities = 41
  2.9 Smart Phones = 43
  2.10 Screenphones = 44
  2.11 Further Readings = 45
 3 Smart Identification = 49
  3.1 Smart Cards = 49
   3.1.1 What Is a Smart Card? = 49
   3.1.2 Smart Card Hardware = 51
   3.1.3 Smart Card Software = 53
   3.1.4 Communication Between the On-Card and Off-Card Parts = 55
  3.2 Smart Labels = 57
   3.2.1 Example Applications = 60
  3.3 Smart Tokens = 61
   3.3.1 Smart Token Examples = 62
  3.4 Further Readings = 64
 4 Embedded Controls = 67
  4.1 Smart Sensors and Actuators = 67
  4.2 Smart Appliances = 72
   4.2.1 The Smart Clock = 72
   4.2.2 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning = 73
   4.2.3 White Goods Appliances = 74
  4.3 Appliances and Home Networking = 78
   4.3.1 Residential Gateway = 79
   4.3.2 Cellular Communication = 80
   4.3.3 Service Provider and Residential Gateway = 81
  4.4 Automotive Computing = 82
   4.4.1 Intelligent Controls, Sensors, and Actuators = 82
   4.4.2 On-Board Computing Systems = 83
   4.4.3 In-Vehicle networks = 89
  4.5 Further Readings = 96
 5 Entertainment Systems = 99
  5.1 Television Systems = 99
   5.1.1 New Applications = 99
   5.1.2 Analog and Digital Broadcasting = 101
   5.1.3 Set-Top Boxes = 102
   5.1.4 New Players in the Entertainment Business = 103
  5.2 Game consoles = 104
   5.2.1 Sega Dreamcast = 105
   5.2.2 Sony Playstation 2 = 107
   5.2.3 Nintendo GameCube = 109
   5.2.4 Microsoft Xbox = 110
  5.3 Further Readings = 112
Part Ⅱ Software = 115
 6 Java = 117
  6.1 Language Characteristics = 118
  6.2 Java Class Libraries = 119
  6.3 Java Editions = 121
  6.4 Micro Edition = 123
  6.5 PersonalJava and EmbeddedJava = 124
  6.6 Development Tools for Java = 126
  6.7 Further Readings = 127
 7 Operating Systems = 129
  7.1 Windows CE = 129
   7.1.1 Operating System Configurations = 130
   7.1.2 Memory Management = 131
   7.1.3 Processes, Threads, and Interrupts = 133
   7.1.4 User Interface = 134
   7.1.5 Communication and Networking = 136
   7.1.6 Peripherals and Device Drivers = 137
   7.1.7 Platform-Builder - Creating a Custom OS = 138
   7.1.8 Developing Applications = 140
  7.2 Palm OS = 141
   7.2.1 Memory Management = 142
   7.2.2 Events = 144
   7.2.3 User Interface = 145
   7.2.4 Communication and Networking = 145
   7.2.5 Conduits = 148
   7.2.6 Developing Applications = 149
  7.3 Symbian OS = 151
   7.3.1 Operating System Architecture = 152
   7.3.2 Application Architecture = 153
   7.3.3 Developing Applications = 154
   7.3.4 A Sample Application = 155
  7.4 Java Card = 157
   7.4.1 Java Card Framework = 158
   7.4.2 Lifetime of On-Card Applets and Objects = 158
   7.4.3 Developing a Card Applet = 159
   7.4.4 A Sample Applet = 160
  7.5 Further Readings = 163
 8 Client Middleware = 167
  8.1 Overview = 167
  8.2 Programming APIs = 170
   8.2.1 JavaPhone API = 170
   8.2.2 JavaTV API = 172
   8.2.3 WebTV = 174
  8.3 Smart Card Programming = 176
   8.3.1 OpenCard Framework = 176
   8.3.2 PC/SC = 179
  8.4 Messaging Components = 182
   8.4.1 WebSphere MQ Everyplace = 182
  8.5 Database Components = 185
   8.5.1 DB2 Everyplace = 186
  8.6 Further Readings = 187
 9 Security = 189
  9.1 The Importance of Security = 189
  9.2 Cryptographic Patterns and Methods = 190
   9.2.1 Symmetric Cryptographic Algorithms = 190
   9.2.2 Asymmetric Cryptographic Algorithms = 194
   9.2.3 How Secure Is an Algorithm? = 196
  9.3 Cryptographic Tools = 197
   9.3.1 Hash = 197
   9.3.2 Message Authentication Code(MAC) = 197
   9.3.3 Digital Signature = 198
   9.3.4 Certificate = 199
  9.4 Secure Socket Layer(SSL) = 199
  9.5 Further Readings = 200
Part Ⅲ Connecting the World = 203
 10 Internet Protocols and Formats = 205
  10.1 Hypertext Transfer Protocol(HTTP) = 205
  10.2 Hypertext Markup Language(HTML) = 206
  10.3 Extensible Markup Language(XML) = 208
  10.4 XForms = 211
  10.5 Further Readings = 212
 11 Mobile Internet = 215
  11.1 The WAP 1.1 Architecture = 216
  11.2 Wireless Application Environment 1.1 = 218
   11.2.1 Wireless Markup Language = 221
   11.2.2 WAP Binary XML Content Format 1.1 = 225
   11.2.3 WMLScript 1.1 = 225
  11.3 WAP 2.0 Architecture = 228
   11.3.1 XHTML Mobile Profile(XHTMLMP) = 229
  11.4 i-mode = 230
  11.5 Further Readings = 232
 12 Voice = 235
  12.1 Voice Technology Trends = 235
  12.2 Voice on the Web = 236
   12.2.1 Voice Infrastructure = 237
   12.2.2 VoiceXML = 239
   12.2.3 Voice Portals = 240
  12.3 Standardization = 241
  12.4 Further Readings = 242
 13 Web Services = 245
  13.1 What are Web Services? = 245
  13.2 Why should one use Web Services? = 246
  13.3 Web Services Architecture = 247
  13.4 WSDL = 248
  13.5 UDDI = 249
   13.5.1 UDDI API = 250
  13.6 SOAP = 251
  13.7 Web Services Security = 251
  13.8 Web Services for Remote Portals(WSRP) = 252
  13.9 Further Readings = 254
 14 Connectivity = 257
  14.1 Wireless Wide Area Networks = 257
   14.1.1 Cellular Basics = 257
   14.1.2 Major Digital Cellular Systems = 270
   14.1.3 Advanced Cellular Radio Standards = 277
  14.2 Short Range Wireless Communication = 289
   14.2.1 DECT = 289
   14.2.2 Bluetooth = 292
   14.2.3 IrDA = 300
  14.3 Home Networks = 303
  14.4 Further Readings = 312
 15 Service Discovery = 315
  15.1 Universal Plug and Play = 316
  15.2 Jini = 318
  15.3 Salutation = 319
  15.4 Further Readings = 320
Part Ⅳ Back-End Server Infrastructure = 323
 16 Gateways = 327
  16.1 Connectivity Gateway = 327
  16.2 Palm Webclipping Proxy Server = 328
  16.3 WAP Gateway = 329
  16.4 Wireless Gateway = 330
  16.5 Transcoding = 331
  16.6 InfoPyramid Framework = 333
  16.7 ProxiNet Transcoding Gateway = 334
  16.8 Residential Gateway = 335
  16.9 Further Readings = 336
 17 Application Servers = 339
  17.1 Architecture and Components = 339
   17.1.1 Java Servlets = 340
   17.1.2 Enterprise Java Beans = 344
  17.2 IBM WebSphere Application Server = 347
  17.3 Oracle9i Application Server = 349
  17.4 BEA WebLogic Platform = 350
  17.5 Sun ONE Web Server = 351
  17.6 Further Readings = 352
 18 Internet Portals = 355
  18.1 Portal Functional Overview = 356
  18.2 Types of Portals = 358
   18.2.1 B2E Portals = 360
   18.2.2 B2B Portals = 361
   18.2.3 B2C Portals = 363
  18.3 Portal Infrastructure = 363
   18.3.1 J2EE = 364
   18.3.2 Portal Structure = 365
   18.3.3 Portlets = 367
  18.4 Extensions for Mobile devices = 370
  18.5 Extensions for Voice Access = 372
  18.6 Further Readings = 374
 19 Device Management = 377
  19.1 Tasks of Device Management Systems = 377
  19.2 Tivoli Device Support Infrastructure = 378
  19.3 User Profiles and Directory Services = 380
  19.4 SyncML Device Management = 382
   19.4.1 SyncML Device Management Architecture = 382
  19.5 Further Readings = 384
 20 Synchronization = 387
  20.1 What Synchronization Is All About = 387
  20.2 Usage Models of Synchronization = 387
  20.3 The Challenges of Synchronizing Data = 389
  20.4 Industry Data Synchronization Standards = 392
   20.4.1 Infrared Mobile Communications(IrMC) = 392
   20.4.2 Wireless Application Protocol(WAP) = 393
   20.4.3 Third Generation Partnership Program(3GPP) = 393
   20.4.4 SyncML = 393
  20.5 Synchronization Solutions = 396
   20.5.1 PIM Synchronization = 396
   20.5.2 Synchronizing Non-PIM Databases = 399
  20.6 Further Readings = 401
Part Ⅴ New Services = 403
 21 Home Services = 405
  21.1 The System View = 405
  21.2 Communiation Services = 406
  21.3 Home Automation = 407
  21.4 Energy Services = 408
  21.5 Security Services = 408
  21.6 Remote Home Healthcare Services = 409
  21.7 Further Readings = 410
 22 Travel and Business Services = 413
  22.1 Travel Services = 413
  22.2 On the Ground... = 415
  22.3 ...And in the Air = 416
  22.4 Business Services = 416
  22.5 Field Support = 417
  22.6 Further Readings = 418
 23 Consumer Services = 421
  23.1 Interactive Advertisement = 421
  23.2 Loyalty = 422
  23.3 Shopping = 422
  23.4 Payment Services = 423
  23.5 Further Readings = 424
Part Ⅵ Appendices = 425
 A Bibliography = 427
 B Glossary = 431
 C Index = 437


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