Security, Privacy, and Trust Issues in Smart Environments

Patrick Nixon, W Wagealla, C English, S Terzis

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    Abstract

    Recent advances in networking, handheld computing and sensor technologies have driven forward research towards the realisation of Mark Weiser’s dream of calm and ubiquitous computing (variously called pervasive computing, ambient computing, active spaces, the disappearing computer or context-aware computing). In turn, this has led to the emergence of smart environments as one significant facet of research in this domain.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSmart Environments: Technology, Protocols and Applications
    Place of PublicationHoboken, NJ
    Pages220-240
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    Nixon, P., Wagealla, W., English, C., & Terzis, S. (2005). Security, Privacy, and Trust Issues in Smart Environments. In Smart Environments: Technology, Protocols and Applications (pp. 220-240). Hoboken, NJ.
    Nixon, Patrick ; Wagealla, W ; English, C ; Terzis, S. / Security, Privacy, and Trust Issues in Smart Environments. Smart Environments: Technology, Protocols and Applications. Hoboken, NJ, 2005. pp. 220-240
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