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Showing 1 - 7 of 7 results for the Pervasive Mobile Computing

Webinar | March 2016 - Webinar Context Enabled Computing By Jeff Boleng, Marc Novakouski

In this webinar, we covered a wide variety of research activities associated with our efforts to better leverage context for information delivery and sensor tasking.

Webinar | January 2015 - Webinar Tactical Cloudlets: Moving Cloud Computing to the Edge By Grace Lewis

This webinar presents the tactical cloudlet concept and experimentation results for five different cloudlet provisioning mechanisms.

Webinar | November 2015 - Webinar Enhancing Mobile Device Security By Jose A. Morales

Jose Morales discusses mobile device security enhancements with defensive and offensive uses.

Webinar | May 2015 - Webinar Trends and New Directions in Software Architecture By Linda M. Northrop

This talk shares a perspective on the trends influencing the need for change, the related architectural challenges, and the applicable research and practices.

Webinar | January 2015 - Webinar Tactical Cloudlets: Moving Cloud Computing to the Edge By Grace Lewis

This webinar presents the tactical cloudlet concept and experimentation results for five different cloudlet provisioning mechanisms.

Webinar | March 2016 - Webinar Context Enabled Computing By Jeff Boleng, Marc Novakouski

In this webinar, we covered a wide variety of research activities associated with our efforts to better leverage context for information delivery and sensor tasking.

Webinar | January 2018 - Webinar Is Software Spoiling Us? By Jeff Boleng, Grace Lewis, Eliezer Kanal, Satya Venneti, Joseph D. Yankel

Have software’s repeated successes, and the assumption that they will continue endlessly, discounted perceptions of its importance among leadership in civilian government, national defense, and national security organizations?