Infrastructure improvements for nomadic users of pervasive services
Source of Publication
Proceeding of the International Conference on Telecommunications
Network infrastructure improvements (within or peripheral to the Internet) for nomadic computer-based e-activities require the projection of the utility (either profit or satisfaction) of such activities for organizations and individuals. Studies of defense-information systems that manage spatial- and time-dependent data for which we have assumed a decision process revealed emergent properties that must be considered in defining future systems. We address two aspects of improving the value of shared information for spatial- and time-dependent data: (1) architecture changes, and (2) strategy adaptation to dynamic data for geographically distributed participants.
Business | Computer Sciences
Customer satisfaction; Electronic commerce; Industrial economics; Quality of service; Software agents; Telecommunication industry; Telecommunication services; Defense-information systems; Network infrastructure; Internet
Labbé, Paul; Maamar, Zakaria; and Kettani, Driss, "Infrastructure improvements for nomadic users of pervasive services" (2002). All Works. 2016.
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