Fundamentals of Mobile and Pervasive Computing

Authors: Frank Adelstein, Sandeep K. S. Gupta, Golden G. Richard III and Loren Schwiebert 

Publisher: McGraw-Hill  Dec. 2004

Fundamentals of Mobile and Pervasive Computing explains a revolutionary and rapidly evolving paradigm for computing: Mobile users seamlessly interacting with wireless devices embedded in the environment provides a platform for many novel applications, ranging from pervasive health monitoring to homeland security. Recognizing the increasing dominance of mobile devices, networks, and applications, this mobile-centric perspective gives today's students, researchers, developers, and engineers the inside track on tomorrow's solutions and opportunities.

 

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The book has been used as textbook in the following courses.

CSE494/598 Wireless Sensor Networks Fall 2005

Computer Science and Engineering Department of Arizona State University 

CSE494 Wireless Sensor Networks Spring 2005

Computer Science and Engineering Department of Arizona State University 

CSE535 Mobile Computing Spring 2005

Computer Science and Engineering Department of Arizona State University  

CSE534 Master's in Embedded Systems
Wireless Sensor Networks Fall 2004

Computer Science and Engineering Department of Arizona State University 

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Errata:
  • pg. 23, Fig 1.8: Import RDO should be Export RDO
  • pg. 56: Publication content should be a new item in the list.
  • pg. 67, Fig 3.6, item 2: which should be with.
  • pg. 75, Fig 3.7 should be Fig 3.8.
  • pg. 78, Fig 3.8 should be Fig 3.9.
  • pg. 310, Fig 13.2 is here
  • pg. 67: mak_chunks-1 should be max_chunks-1
  • pg. 48: LR7 should be LR9 and LR6 should be LR8
  • pg. 47 - bottom: LR6 referenced in the body of the text should be LR8.
  • pg. 67: n is num_disks in Fig3.6
  • pg. 67: Fig3.6 C is not defined (in Cj,k)
  • pg. 66: Fig4.5 The diagram is not labeled to correspond with different Cj,k values. The labels are incorrect. C1,1 should be C1,0 to work with the algorithm.




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