Fundamentals of Pervasive Computing 3 0 0 100 Objectives To provide the student with knowledge and skills about a new trend

in computing, creating a ubiquitous environment that combines processors, RFID’s & sensors with network technologies and intelligent software to create an congenial environment. Prerequisites Essential
Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Data Communication, Computer Networks and At

least one high level Programming language. Optional Assemble level programming, Internet programming. Syllabus Unit–I Architecture 9

Local networks. Store and forward. Multi-network architectures (e.g. Wireless LAN to LAN to Internet– hand held synchronized to PC to LAN). Relationship of Wireless Computing– Ubiquitous Computing– Internet Computing. Related ideas: Ambient Computing. Elements of Pervasive architecture. Requirements of computational infrastructure. Failure management. General issues: security– performance– dependability. Web architectures. Unit–II Devices Technology 9

Device and network technologies. Devices categories. Devices characteristic Heterogeneity and Interoperability. Mobile Agents. device management. Language localization issues for mobile devices– User Interface design issues for mobile devices– Difference between UI design for mobile devices and conventional systems– Mobile Device technology study : WindowsCE– Symbian– J2ME– Pocket PC– BREW technologies and devices.

Frequency Assignment techniques.K. Establishing Wide area wireless networks: Concept and structure of ”cell”. Horst Henn. Applications: Mobile access to patient information in a hospital– sales support– retailing– services support– tracking applications– Designing for small screen devices– Search interfaces– Context-awareness– Determining “locality”. . Frequencies of operation. Gupta. • Bluetooth networks (OBEX Protocol). Unit–V Protocols and Applications 9 Protocols: Networking protocols. Hierarchical Protocols. Berkeley Motes. Sensor network organization. Stefan Hepper. 3. Data Centric Protocols. Locationbased protocols. Personal Area Networks. 2005. Types of sensor networks.Unit–III Sensor Networks and RFIDS 9 Introduction to Sensor networks. Call establishment and maintenance. ISBN: 0201722151. F. Burkhardt. Schaeck. Thomas Schack. S. Wireless protocols. Jochen Burkhardt. Routing Protocols for Sensor Networks. “Fundamentals of Mobile and Pervasive Computing”. Channel management. Difference from a wired network. References Total = 45 1. • Infrared technologies. Klaus Rindtorff. 2002. The McGraw-Hill.11 technologies Mobile IP. Rintdorff.S. Quality of Service. Henn. Addison-Wesley. Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) Protocols. Unit–IV Local Area and Wide Area Wireless Technologies 9 Local area wireless networks: • IEEE 802. Network Management. RFID: Introduction– transponder and reader architecture. Messaging Systems. 2. Types of tags and readers. Hepper. Sensor network routing mechanisms. Platforms for Wireless sensor networks– Sensor Node Architecture– Sensor Network Architecture.2002. “Pervasive Computing: Technology and Architecture of Mobile Internet Applications”. “Pervasive Computing”. Addison Wesley. Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). Adelstein. Packet switched protocols.

Merk. M.4.html 2.iit. Stober.cs. 2003. University: London Universsal College: Url: http://www. “Pervasive Computing (Springer Professional Computing) ”. Springer 3. T. University: Cardiff University Url: http://www. U. Uwe Hansmann.pdf .ac/courses/bsc_computer-science-is. L.cs. Sources 1. Nicklous. University: Illinous Institute of technology: Url: http://www.

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