3rd Symposium of Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient by Pau Giner, Carlos Cetina, Joan Fons (auth.), Juan M.

By Pau Giner, Carlos Cetina, Joan Fons (auth.), Juan M. Corchado, Dante I. Tapia, José Bravo (eds.)

The Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI) started as a workshop held in 2003 in San Sebastián (Spain) lower than the Spanish man made Intelligence convention. This occasion collected 32 attendees and 18 papers have been awarded. the second one version, already as a Symposium, happened in Granada (Spain) below the 1st Spanish machine technology convention (CEDI). Later, in 2006, a moment workshop used to be celebrated in Ciudad actual and, in 2007; the second one Symposium was once geared up in Zaragoza through the CEDI convention. Now we proceed to paintings at the association of this occasion in Salamanca, a stunning Spanish city.

The eu group and the 6th and 7th Framework courses inspire researchers to discover the ordinary scope of the AmI imaginative and prescient. actually, a few researchers have a very important function during this imaginative and prescient. Emile Aarts from Philips describes Ambient Intelligence as "the integration of expertise into the environment, in order that humans can freely and interactively make the most of it". this concept consents with the suggestion of Mark Weiser concerning the Ubiquitous Computing paradigm.

The UCAmI neighborhood attempts to hitch specialists worldwide so one can advertise collaborations and to place into perform stories for related to humans into clever environments in order that the "Everyday Computing" idea could be a fact. The UCAmI technical application comprises forty papers (31 lengthy paper, 6 brief paper and three doctoral consortium) chosen from a submission pool of fifty six papers, from eleven diverse countries.

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However, since they correspond to work developed before the ISyRAmI architecture development, they do not follow it explicitly. g. in tourism domain, using the ISyRAmI architecture. We also claim that it will be easier to develop new AmI systems by the reuse of some ISyRAmI systems previously developed. For example, an AmI system for the area of tourism may benefit from another AmI system developed for the area of city public transportation. References 1. ISTAG, Scenarios for Ambient Intelligence in 2010, European Commission Report (2001) 2.

Currently, we count on two prototypes, one of the SDF and the other of the SRF. Both prototypes are operational, and particularly the SRF one has been tested in several scenarios. The current work focuses on the refinement of the SRF prototype and the extension of its functionalities (at the moment not all functions are included). We are also involved in the definition of a development process model that covers secure applications development using the defined artefacts. This latter work is part of an ongoing PhD Thesis [13].

An infrastructure for the development and the validation of S&DSolutions by means of these Serenity artefacts. This infrastructure includes concepts, processes and tools used by security experts for the creation of new S&DSolutions ready for automatic processing. 3. An infrastructure for secure application development. Under the name of Serenity Development-time Framework there is an infrastructure that supports the development of secure applications. These secure applications, called Serenity-aware applications, include references to S&DSolutions that will be provided at run-time.

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