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 JCC  Vol.3 No.9 , September 2015
Solving the Challenges of Pervasive Computing
Abstract: Modern research emphasizes Pervasive Computing change faces, learning cultures, structures, communications, intellectual properties, information securities, data presentations and web dis-plays to make attraction for human interaction. Pervasive systems have a broad range of applica-tions but it is relatively challenging for pervasive applications to meet emergence into existing physical environment and newly built structure requirements. Due to their interaction to gather information and change the environment via activating devices independently is highlighted. Se-curity of the pervasive devices and applications which control our activities has primary importance and will be destroyed, if the pervasive system operations are not secure. There is a need to improve the security measures for data to travel rapidly, unbroken, unchanged and invisible by deceptive recipients. Pervasive Computing allows users to get information and services access anytime and anywhere but need to discuss issues and solutions to deliver secure information with privacy and trust. Possible solutions for these challenges of Pervasive Computing interaction between human are emphasized. A collection of papers and articles have been collected in order to investigate the previous study of Pervasive Computing interaction and its challenges. Is it possible for us to understand what the scientific world will be close to generate new avenues? Expectations of future bring new openings for user interaction with systems, data, information and the environments in which they live, work and play.
Cite this paper: Shaheed, S. , Abbas, J. , Shabbir, A. and Khalid, F. (2015) Solving the Challenges of Pervasive Computing. Journal of Computer and Communications, 3, 41-50. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2015.39005.
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