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Proceedings of the 1998 DARPA/NIST Smart Spaces Workshop

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Author(s)

Vincent M. Stanford

Abstract

Given a visionary scenario for the uses of Smart Space and an introduction from Kevin Mills and Jean Scholtz of DARPA, and Marty Herman of NIST on a possible research agenda, the workshop participants were divided into four groups, each addressing a specific aspect of the Smart Spaces problem.The Situation Awareness group discussed the ability of sensors embedded in Smart Space to detect relevant facts within the space, to make inferences from those facts, and to make relevant conclusions available to the Smart Space infrastructure.The Information Appliances group discussed devices that can be embedded into Smart Space as well as devices that can be carried between Smart Spaces. The Mobility Management group discussed location, staging, and presentation of relevant information to users moving through Smart Spaces, including rooms, buildings, vehicles, individuals, and other areas of interest such as emergency sites.The System Integration & Infrastructure group discussed aspects of construction of a systems capable of obtaining, managing, moving, transforming, and presenting information to individuals moving through Smart Spaces.
Citation
Proceedings of the 1998 DARPA/NIST Smart Spaces Workshop

Keywords

pervasive computing, sensor fusion, smart rooms

Citation

Stanford, V. (1998), Proceedings of the 1998 DARPA/NIST Smart Spaces Workshop, Proceedings of the 1998 DARPA/NIST Smart Spaces Workshop (Accessed April 21, 2024)
Created July 30, 1998, Updated February 17, 2017