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Predicting context aware computing performance

Ubiquity, Volume 2003 Issue February, February 1 - February 28, 2003 | BY Eli Rohn 

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Computer systems will increasingly need to be sensitive to their context to serve their users better.In this paper we forecast the capabilities of context aware computing and relating it to a time frame.Our short-range analysis indicates such systems will become commercially available and common by 2007.Our mid-range analysis indicates that the development pace of Context Aware systems will start to slow down by 2020 and will reach maturity by 2035.


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