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Implementation of IDS Within a Crew Using ID3Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Local Area Network

  • K. RajaEmail author
  • M. Lilly Florence
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 98)

Abstract

Mobile and Pervasive Computing was introduced by the technological vision of Mark Weiser. With the ideology of Urban Development, it is considered that the world will be composed of interconnected devices and system models of networks, which allows the accessibility of information present across the globe. A U-City characterized by the information and computing technologies is gradually becoming indistinguishable and unviable from daily life. In that regard, this article provides an in-depth evaluation of Mobile and Pervasive Computing considered as an evolutionary framework applicable in electric motors, which are invisible hence forming a pervasive environment. Mobile technology will play an essential role in urban development. This signifies that the mobility initiatives are applicable for many telecommunication aspects used in our daily lives. The article starts by illustrating the significant mobile technologies in the urban areas, thereby elaborating on the planning format of pervasive computing, which is meant for urban development. To effective plan for the establishment or expansion of urban centers, the article calls for planners to concentrate on the formation of pervasive computing areas that define the correlations between people, places, objects, buildings and infrastructure. Mobile Crowd Sourcing Technologies for smart environments calls for planners to concentrate on revolutionizing the globe by aligning technological functions and enhance the integration and coordination of various services involved in technological intelligence.

Keywords

Mobile computing Pervasive Computing Urban development Virtual reality Mobile Crowd Sourcing Technologies 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bharathiar UniversityCoimbatoreIndia
  2. 2.Adhiyamaan College of EngineeringHosurIndia

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