by Felix Jesus Villanueva Molina
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 152
In this book we analyze and study a selection of open problems which we consider the key ones in order to let ambient intelligence become a reality. This book provides the reader with a good idea about the current research lines in ambient intelligence, a good overview of existent works and candidate solutions for each one of these problems.
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