[ 921CPEC13 ] Subject Pervasive Computing (CS)

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0-27 ECTS Structure M - Master's programme Computer Science Alois Ferscha Johannes Kepler University Linz
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Original study plan Master's programme Computer Science 2021S
Objectives The design of miniaturized systems, which are invisibly integrated in their environment and are connected in a spontaneous and wireless way require special computer science methods. The specialization in Pervasive Computing therefore educates students in a combination of technologies (e.g., sensors, actuators, wireless communication), paradigms (e.g., context-aware and adaptive systems, autonomous and self-organizing systems) and methods (e.g., for interaction, coordination, computational perception, reasoning and learning, virtual reality, reliability, security and user friendliness). It provides decision and evaluation skills as well as skills for designing and developing pervasive computing systems such as information appliances, wearable systems or ambient intelligence systems.
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