Evolution of GSM to 3G

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15 Αυγ 2012 (πριν από 4 χρόνια και 10 μήνες)

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Lecturer:

Michael O'Grady

Course:


MSc Ubiquitous & Multimedia Systems

Unit:


UMS
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1: Context Sensitive Service Delivery

Lecture:

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UMS
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Introduction

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Course Timetable


Lectures


9.00


11.00 Wednesday (2 Hrs)


B1.09



Practicals


2.00
-

5.00 Wednesday (3 Hrs)


C0.08


Start this afternoon

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Topics I


Ubiquitous Computing


Mobile Computing


Wearable Computing


Ambient Intelligence


Wireless Telecommunications


GSM


GPRS


3G


Positioning Technologies


Satellite based


Satellite Augmented


Indoor


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Topics II



Wireless Sensor Networks


Components


Power Management


Research Issues



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Examination


Lecture Material


70%


Winter 2006


One paper


4 questions


Supplementary reading!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Project


30%



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Project


Business case (20%)


Mobile computing service/application


Presentation &
Report


Design (30%)


UML etc


Presentation &
Report


Implementation (50%)


Demonstration &
Report

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Previous Projects


Granny Minder


Car Park Recommender


Gig Guide


Medical Consultant Advisor


Potential Business Partner


Restaurant Guide


Health Monitor


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Hardware


PDAs


Smartphone


GPS


Wireless Communications


Barcode scanners


Ubisense

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Software


NAL


Graphics


Statistics


GIS


Java


Eclipse


Netbeans Mobility Pack


Additional?


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Resources


IEEE


Pervasive Computing (journal)


Transactions on Mobile Computing


Library home page


ACM


Ubiquity


Springer
-
Verlag


Personal & Ubiquitous Computing (Journal)


www.springerlink.com


ScienceDirect


Library home page

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Required Reading


One/two papers for every week


Time will be allocated in second lecture


Presentation


5 minutes


What does this paper say?


What are the key points?


Personal Opinion!


Presenters selected by lecturer!


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Initial Tasks


Familiarise yourselves with library
resources (physical/electronic)


Think about potential projects


Research Java SE and J2ME