Ubiquitous Computing and the Internet of Things: Prerequisites for the Development of ICT

  • Elena G. Popkova

Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 826)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Legal Development of the Information and Communication Technologies: Online State Services, Justice, and Property Turnover

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-2
    2. Vasily V. Tarakanov, Agnessa O. Inshakova, Vladimira V. Dolinskaya
      Pages 3-15
    3. Tatiana V. Deryugina, Agnessa O. Inshakova, Maksim V. Sevostyanov
      Pages 27-34
    4. Marina L. Davydova, Vladislav O. Makarov, Danil V. Kononenko
      Pages 43-51
    5. Marina L. Davydova, Evgeny A. Mamay, Oksana I. Sharno
      Pages 53-58
    6. Nina S. Manova, Vladimir M. Shinkaruk, Polina V. Solovyeva
      Pages 77-83
    7. Valentina A. Lazareva, Nina V. Olinder, Vadim N. Perekrestov
      Pages 93-100
    8. Aleksandr E. Epifanov, Sergey N. Bratanovskii, Ekaterina N. Vasilyeva
      Pages 101-106
    9. Julia A. Gavrilova, Nikolay I. Grachev, Igor V. Rostovshchikov
      Pages 115-121
    10. Marina V. Goncharova, Darya Davtyan-Davudova, Irina Zemlyanskaya, Viktoria A. Usanova
      Pages 123-132
    11. Irina V. Marushchak, Anna V. Lavrentyeva, Daniil P. Frolov, Anastasia S. Strekalova
      Pages 133-143
    12. Inna V. Ershova, Olga A. Tarasenko, Ekaterina E. Enkova, Natalia Kvitsinia
      Pages 145-152
    13. Inna V. Ershova, Elena V. Trofimova, Darya Davtyan-Davudova, Svetlana Y. Kochetkova
      Pages 153-162
    14. Andrei I. Makarov, Roman G. Melnichenko
      Pages 171-178
    15. Igor V. Rostovschikov, Irina A. Aleshkova, Oksana K. Molokaeva
      Pages 185-193
    16. Elena Smirenskaya, Nina Kalashnikova, Elvira O. Osadchenko, Dmitry A. Tokarev
      Pages 195-203
    17. Alla E. Kalinina, Agnessa O. Inshakova, Alexander I. Goncharov
      Pages 205-213
    18. Dmitry A. Tokarev, Viktoria A. Usanova, Natalya Kagalnitskova, Viktoria A. Sandalova
      Pages 215-222
    19. Victoria A. Khrapova, Lyudmila V. Shcheglova, Aleksandr L. Strizoe, Aleksandr V. Mlechko
      Pages 223-228
    20. Marina V. Goncharova, Elena Smirenskaya, Maria Strokina, Olga Didenko
      Pages 229-237
    21. Elena I. Inshakova, Anatoliy Y. Ryzhenkov, Agnessa O. Inshakova
      Pages 239-250
    22. Gennadii A. Pechnikov, Vladimir M. Shinkaruk
      Pages 265-274
    23. Marina V. Goncharova, Iolanta V. Baltutite, Imady Aly Vugar Guseinli
      Pages 275-282
    24. Vera A. Mityagina, Anna A. Novozhilova, Yevgenia A. Shovgenina
      Pages 283-290
    25. Marina Merezhkina, Tatyana Tsytsylina, Stanislav Shiro
      Pages 291-297
    26. Vladimir P. Kamyshansky, Evgeniya Y. Rudenko, Evgeniy A. Kolominetz, Elvira O. Osadchenko
      Pages 299-306
    27. Yu. Yu. Vetyutnev, Andrei I. Makarov, D. V. Garbuzov, S. V. Dimitrova
      Pages 307-314
    28. Tigran T. Aliev, Alexander I. Goncharov, Vladimira V. Dolinskaya, Yaroslav V. Trofimov
      Pages 315-323
    29. Aleksey P. Anisimov, Buinta B. Inzhieva, Anatoliy Y. Ryzhenkov
      Pages 325-332
    30. Olesya P. Kazachenok, Anna V. Lavrentyeva
      Pages 333-340
    31. A. Kh. Abashidze, A. M. Solntsev, Iolanta V. Baltutite, Igor Ilovayskiy
      Pages 341-346
    32. Olga V. Gladysheva, Roman V. Kostenko, Vladimir A. Sementsov
      Pages 395-401
    33. Viktoriya F. Borisova, Sergey F. Afanasiev
      Pages 403-410

About this book


This book gathers the outcomes of several scientific events that were organized and conducted by the Institute of Scientific Communications (Volgograd, Russia) and the leading universities of the Volgograd region. The contributing authors include more than 700 scholars from various cities and regions of Russia. 124 works were selected out of 3,000 papers on the preconditions of formation, transformation, and legal provision of social institutes, topics that are in high demand in connection with a core aspect of digital modernization – the Internet of Things.
The book is intended for a broad target audience, including scholars of various generations and various disciplines. These include young researchers (undergraduates and postgraduates) and recognized scholars (professors and lecturers) who study the socio-economic and legal consequences of the emergence and dissemination of digital technologies, including the Internet of Things. In addition, the book will benefit all those who are interested in the development of the information society, information and telecommunication, and digital technologies. 

The content is divided into three logical parts, the first of which is devoted to the essence of the process of institutionalization and legal regulation of the information society. In the second part, the digital economy is analyzed in view of the spheres of the national economy. In the third, the authors study the peculiarities of state and corporate regulation, infrastructural provision and support for the security of entrepreneurship, which are currently developing on the basis of the Internet of Things.  


Information and Communication Technologies Mass Computerization Internet of Things Computer Technologies Modern Socio-economic Systems

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  • Elena G. Popkova
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Scientific CommunicationsVolgogradRussia

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