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The Intelligent Wireless Web
by H. P. Alesso  Craig F. Smith 

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Internet

Publisher:  Addison-Wesley ISBN-10:  0201730634 Type: 
Pages: 

400

Copyright:  2001
Non-Fiction

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Building the Intelligent Wirleless Web

Developing the next generation Web - The Intelligent Wireless Web - requires the compatibility, integration and synergy of the following five technology areas:

User Interface - from mouse and keyboard to speech;

Personal Space - from wired to multifunction wireless devices;

Networks - from wired to an integrated infrastructure;

Protocols - from Internet protocol (IP) to the Mobile IP; and

Web Architecture - from HTML/XML to Semantic architecture.

While progress is being made in wireless mobile devices, speech interfaces and intelligent software, the construction of an Intelligent Wireless Web requires the integration of advances in many disparate fields. There is need for clarifying the "Big Picture" of how the many and varied fields of study fit together - where they touch, where they cooperate and where they conflict.

As new intelligent products and applications become available, the Web appears to become smarter, or at least more productive. But whether or not the Artificial Intelligence (AI) programs being applied over the Web are truly intelligent (i.e., actually think), or merely smart, they will never the less prove to be very useful when they can be delivered to anyone, anytime, anywhere. While Web device design, speech recognition, wireless devices, network protocols, standards, and Artificial Intelligence all contribute to the development of the Intelligent Wireless Web - integration and compatibility issues are the most challenging. The purpose of this book is to provide insight into the "Big Picture" of how we can "build" an Intelligent Wireless Web. The book evaluates the compatibility, integration and synergy of five merging technology areas that will build the Intelligent Wireless Web:

User Interface - to transition from the mouse click and keyboard to speech as the primary method of communication between people and devices;
Personal Space - to transition from connection of devices by tangled wires to multifunction wireless devices;
Networks - to transition from a mostly wired infrastructure to an integrated wired/wireless system of interconnections;
Protocols - transition from the original Internet protocol (IP) to the new Mobile IP; and
Web Architecture - to transition from dumb and static applications to new applications that are intelligent, dynamic and constantly improving.
This book will provide appropriate background for understanding these merging technology areas. It provides an evaluation of the major advantages and disadvantages of individual technologies and the problems that must be overcome.
  

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This work presents a vision of the Web's near future and overviews the technologies that will make it possible. It explores developments in speech recognition, mobile wireless devices, network integration, and software, examining the convergence and synergy among five key technological components: speech as a primary user interface; wireless personal area networks; an integrated wired/wireless network infrastructure; supporting wireless protocols; and intelligent applications. Appendices list standards organizations, protocols, and security issues. Alesso has 20 years of experience as a group leader at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR



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