3rd Symposium of Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient by Pau Giner, Carlos Cetina, Joan Fons (auth.), Juan M.

By Pau Giner, Carlos Cetina, Joan Fons (auth.), Juan M. Corchado, Dante I. Tapia, José Bravo (eds.)

The Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI) started as a workshop held in 2003 in San Sebastián (Spain) below the Spanish man made Intelligence convention. This occasion collected 32 attendees and 18 papers have been offered. the second one version, already as a Symposium, came about in Granada (Spain) less than the 1st Spanish laptop technological know-how convention (CEDI). Later, in 2006, a moment workshop used to be celebrated in Ciudad genuine and, in 2007; the second one Symposium was once prepared in Zaragoza by way of the CEDI convention. Now we proceed to paintings at the association of this occasion in Salamanca, a gorgeous Spanish city.

The eu neighborhood and the 6th and 7th Framework courses inspire researchers to discover the regular scope of the AmI imaginative and prescient. in truth, a few researchers have a vital function during this imaginative and prescient. Emile Aarts from Philips describes Ambient Intelligence as "the integration of know-how into our surroundings, in order that humans can freely and interactively make the most of it". this concept has the same opinion with the notion of Mark Weiser in regards to the Ubiquitous Computing paradigm.

The UCAmI group attempts to hitch specialists all over the world so that it will advertise collaborations and to place into perform reports for related to humans into clever environments in order that the "Everyday Computing" inspiration could be a truth. The UCAmI technical software comprises forty papers (31 lengthy paper, 6 brief paper and three doctoral consortium) chosen from a submission pool of fifty six papers, from eleven assorted countries.

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1 Introduction A well accepted definition of software agent is found in [10]: "An agent is an encapsulated computer system that is situated in some environment and that is capable of flexible, autonomous action in that environment in order to meet its design objectives". More important characteristics of an agent are that are highly agree upon to include: Autonomy (behaves independent according to the state it encapsulates), proactiveity (able to initiate without external order), reactivity (react in timely fashion to direct environment stimulus), situatedness (ability to settle in an environment that might contain other agents), directness (agents live in a society of other collaborative or competitive groups of agents), and the social ability to interact with other agents, possibly motivated by collaborative problem solving.

Special Issue on Ambient Intelligence. IEEE Intelligent Systems 23(2), 15–57 (2008) 8. : Ambient Intelligence: the next step for Artificial Intelligence. IEEE Intelligent Systems -Special Issue on Ambient Intelligence, Guest Editors’ Introduction 23(2), 15–18 (2008) 9. : Ambient Intelligence Environments. , Sierra, A. ) Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence. Information Science Reference (2008) ISBN 978-1-59904-849-9 10. : Ubiquitous Ambient Intelligence in Flight Decision Assistance System.

Outside of the SRF, but very related to it, we find Serenity-aware applications, ExecutableComponents and Monitoring Services. Every time an application needs a security service (provided by an S&D Solution) it sends an SDrequest to the SRF. The 26 D. Serrano et al. Fig. 2. Serenity Run-time Framework architecture SRF responds with a ready to use ExecutableComponent, if and only if there is an S&D Solution meeting the SDrequest. Monitoring services are external entities having the responsibility of performing dynamic analysis of the properly operation of S&D Solutions.

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