Smart Spaces

ebook Intelligent Data-Centric Systems

By Zhihan Lyu

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Smart Spaces combines the study of working or living spaces with computing, information equipment, and multimodal sensing devices, and with natural and convenient interactive interfaces to support how people can easily obtain services from computer systems. People's work and life in smart spaces use computer systems; it is a process of uninterrupted interaction between people and the computer system. In this process, the computer is no longer just an information processing tool that passively executes explicit human operation commands but a collaborator with people to complete tasks – a partner to human beings. International research on smart spaces is quite extensive, which shows the important role of smart spaces in ubiquitous computing research.

Smart Spaces covers the latest research concepts and technologies of smart spaces, providing technical personnel engaged in smart space related research and industries a more in-depth understanding of smart spaces. This book can be used as a reference for practicing the emerging discipline of Smart Spaces, and will be useful for researchers, scientists, developers, practitioners, and graduate students working in the fields of smart spaces and artificial intelligence.

  • Comprehensively introduces smart spaces, from basic concepts, core technologies, technical architecture, application scenarios, and other aspects
  • Covers the latest cutting-edge application technology of smart spaces in various fields, providing relevant practitioners with ideas to solve problems and have a deeper understanding of smart spaces
  • Serves as teaching material or as a reference for teachers and students of interaction design, internet of things, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, and artificial intelligence
  • Gives a detailed introduction to the theory of Smart Spaces and uses mathematical formulas
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