Ubiquitous Computing

Course Description

Ubiquitous Computing Ubiquitous, pervasive computing definitions and examples. Ubiquitous systems properties: invisibility, autonomy, adaptability, proactiveness, context awareness, mobility, security. Impact of constrained resources on hardware and software. Architecture specifics of microcomputers for ubiquitous systems. Communication among the ubiquitous system elements. Data acquisition, flow and information processing. Artificial intelligence in ubiquitous systems. Software design and implementation for ubiquitous systems. Interaction with human users.

Study Programmes

Postgraduate doctoral study programme


Rajeev Alur (2015.), Principles of Cyber-Physical Systems, MIT Press
Robin Milner (2009.), The Space and Motion of Communicating Agents, Cambridge University Press
Stefan Poslad (2011.), Ubiquitous Computing, John Wiley & Sons

For students


ID 154748
  Summer semester
L1 English Level
L1 e-Learning