Data Management in Pervasive Systems

Data Management in Pervasive Systems

Data Management in Pervasive Systems
Springer | Computer Science | November 18, 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319200615 | 366 pages | pdf | 11 mb

by Francesco Colace (Editor), Massimo De Santo (Editor), Vincenzo Moscato (Editor), Antonio Picariello (Editor), Fabio A. Schreiber (Editor), Letizia Tanca (Editor)
Outlines the foundations and basic technologies and presents more advanced aspects of pervasive data management
Provides an overall picture of the technological challenges and opportunities related to the management of information in pervasive systems, illustrated with the support of a large cultural heritage case study
Appeals to researchers and professionals from computer science as well as to cultural heritage experts interested in promising enabling technologies

From the Back Cover
The goal of this book is to provide a systematic descrion of the various research issues related to the management of information in pervasive systems, illustrating the state of the art in this area. Accordingly, it both outlines the foundations and basic technologies and presents more advanced aspects, making it suitable for self-contained graduate courses or seminars on pervasive data management or distributed systems.

The book is organized into six parts, including an illustrating case study. Part 1 briefly covers the basic ideas underlying the economic, technological, social and legal aspects of pervasive systems. Part 2 then describes several aspects of sensor networks and data stream processing, while part 3 highlights the main aspects of social networks with a special emphasis on cultural heritage applications. Next, part 4 details personalization and context awareness issues in pervasive environments, and part 5 reports on multimedia aspects, again with a particular focus on cultural heritage. The overall picture of the technological challenges and opportunities are illustrated in part 6 with the support of a cultural heritage case study, the DATABENC1 project on Italy's Campania region. Each part is accompanied by its own foreword.

Readers from two main categories will benefit most from this book: IT researchers and professionals will learn about the latest advances in pervasive technologies and at the same time familiarize themselves with specific issues concerning cultural heritage; while humanities and cultural heritage experts and enthusiasts will find an introduction to the enabling technologies that are so promising for their field of application.

Number of Illustrations and Tables
88 illus., 57 in colour
Topics
Database Management
Computer Communication Networks
Computer Appl. in Arts and Humanities
Cultural Heritage
Multimedia Information Systems



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