A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PERVASIVE COMPUTING IN EMBEDDED SYSTEMS USING INTERNET OF THINGS

Ankita Sharma, Manav Bali

Abstract


As we know Traditional computing is not able to fulfil the growing needs for information requirement anywhere anytime. So Pervasive computing now a day marks the next generation of computing in which technology follows the current users without any particular contribution from their end. Pervasive computing is completely opposite to the desktop paradigm, which makes use of a single user and a single device for a particular purpose, on the other hand one who uses pervasive computing gets into use many computational devices and systems together and may not be aware that they are doing so, (follows the concept of availability and invisibility).
Pervasive computing follows three basic properties which are interaction, coordination, cooperation of embedded computing devices. These sensors have embedded software’s that provide crucial information about location of the people and devices available for interaction. This paper focuses on the basic concepts of pervasive computing and pervasive computing in embedded systems using internet of things.

Keywords


Pervasive computing, embedded systems, software, LAN, WAN, IoT

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i9.5179

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