Centric Computing

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  • How Human Centric Computing Affects the Economy

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    Human Centric Computing Affects the Economy Our economy was taken by storm when the world of computers was introduced to large companies and businesses. It was like an unstoppable trend that everyone had to follow. If a company chose not to bring in mass computers for all employees, they lagged behind and were forgotten. The economy is about to experience a new wave of change. Human centric computing is on the verge of breaking out into the light. As of right now human centric computing lurks

  • Human-Centric Computing in Three Dimensions

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    Human-Centric Computing in Three Dimensions The object of any project designated as “human-centric” is to make computers more accessible to humans, and not to make humans more accessible to computers. It seems that in the twentieth century computers have developed and become slightly easier to use, but no more accessible than they were when they were first invented. This has become a problem, since using a computer is nothing more than using a few mechanisms that are not naturally used by humans

  • Time-Predictable Network for Real-Time Data-Centric Computing

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    data center network architecture to satisfy the growing data-intensive computing. However, these works only focus on the scalability, power efficiency, etc [3, 11]. What is surprising to us, a time-predictable network for the real-time data-centric computing is still not carefully investigated. Also, the current TCP/IP based network architecture cannot provide the characteristics of time-predictable to the data-centric computing. TCP/IP and CSMA/CD are the two factors that most strongly influence timing

  • Artificial Intelligence

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    Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence is a key component to the vision for human-centric computing. Within the wide arena of artificial intelligence, expert systems could become useful for completing specific complex tasks. AI will remain valuable regardless of whether we're able to build fully- functioning robots or human-esque brains. AI, the harnessing of intelligence on the computer, will turn complex thought processes into fast computer simulations; it will be used to analyze

  • UBIQUITY

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    explosion has become a part of our daily lives; but we don't really realize, to what extent , our trivial behaviors rely on informatic systems and our interaction with them. While we are living in the era of pervasive computing, we may wonder about the change that pervasive computing has brought to our lives and our social and cultural responses to these fascinating technologies and increased change. Some people remain fearful of the impact of the brain machines on our human behavior, on the other

  • WEARABLE COMPUTING

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    WEARABLE COMPUTING Wearable computing is the next step to the computer revolutionary world. At MIThril lab, they are working on a wearable computer. Like a sleeveless winter coat or a sweater, they are working toward they goal. With the complicated project, they don’t know the finishing line yet. But with every step the MIThril team takes, they freely document and post on the web for worldwide access. The name MIThril derives from the fictional classic The Hobbit and Lord of the Ring by J

  • student

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    inadequate to this task. The ability to access aggregated enterprise information on-demand required a more reflective, process-centric model of desktop computing-that is, if someone were to look over your shoulder as you work, would their view of your desktop reflect the nature of the work (i.e., the business processes) in which you're engaged? The classic desktop computing interface did not allow this kind of on-demand access-much of the integration between information, enterprise apps, and business

  • The Pros And Cons Of Pervasive Computing

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    “The most profound technologies are those that disappear. They weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life until they are indistinguishable from it ” – Mark Weiser. Pervasive computing devices are not personal computers, but very tiny - even invisible -devices, either mobile or embedded in almost any type of object imaginable, including cars tools, appliances, clothing and various consumer goods - all communicating through interconnected networks. It is about the ability to deliver any information

  • Speech Understanding Software

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    reasons. Today computers are a common household item easily accessible to anyone. In the future the computer will be even more focused around the user creating less work for the user. This future will be made possible through Human Centric computing. Human centric computing will make computers easy to work with. The main focus is to create a world where computers are everywhere and easy to use. One method of creating a more human interface is by implementing speech understanding software. This software

  • paper

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    Spike Antenna, Wearable Applications, Performance Characteristics, Impedance Bandwidth. 1. INTRODUCTION In recent years, the most dominant research topics in body-centric communications are utilization of wearable, fabric-based antennas [1]. A wearable antenna is a part of the clothing used for tracking, navigation, mobile computing and public safety. Besides, wearable antennas ...

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