An integrated and layered architecture for location-aware computing
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This paper gives an overall introduction to the basic concept of LAC (location-aware computing) and its development status, puts forward an integrated location-aware computing architecture which is useful for designing the reasonable logical model of LBS(location-based service). Finally, a brief introduction is conducted on a LAC experimental prototype, which acts as a mobile urban tourism assistant.
Key Wordsspatial information service location-aware computing location-based service
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