Ubiquitous Computing: Shall we understand it?

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This was the question debated at a Computer Journal Lecture, which began with the following presentation by Robin Milner of Cambridge University, followed by the discussion below….

http://www.bcs.org/server.php?show=ConWebDoc.4708 Read the rest of Robin’s presentation:

  • Modelling Ubiquity
  • Software science for ubiquitous systems
  • Models as languages
  • Two experiments
  • A tower of models
  • Goals for the challenge
  • Projects to meet the challenge
  • Coda
  • Acknowledgements and References


1. Morris Sloman, Department of Computing, Imperial College London
2. Martyn Thomas, Martyn Thomas Associates, UK
3. Karen Spark-Jones, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
4. Jon Crowcroft, Cambridge University
5. Marta Kwiatkowska, University of Birmingham
6. Paul Gardner, Head of Pervasive ICT Research Centre, BT Group Chief Technology Office, British Telecommunications
7. Nicholas R Jennings, School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton
8. Vladimiro Sassone ECS, University of Southampton
9. Eamonn O’Neil, Department of Computer Science, University of Bath
10. Michael Wooldridge, Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool
11. Carsten Maple, Institute for Research in Applicable Computing, Department of Computing and Information Systems, University of Luton
12. George Coulouris, Digital Technology Group, Computer Laboratory, Cambridge University
13. Dan Chalmers, Department of Informatics, University of Sussex

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