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[[Image:Pervasive Computing UNIVAC-120 Martin H. Weik.jpg|thumb|right|A 1961 photo of The Universal Automatic Computer Model 120- Image by The Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines]]
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A ubiquitous computing model in which information processing is integrated with common objects  
 
A ubiquitous computing model in which information processing is integrated with common objects  
  
 
== Subcategories ==
 
== Subcategories ==
  
*'''[[:Category:Embedded systems|Embedded systems]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Embedded systems|Embedded systems]]''' - the integration of computers and electronics into mechanical objects to allow control and the transmission of information
*'''[[:Category:Human-computer interaction|Human-computer interaction]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Human-computer interaction|Human-computer interaction]]''' - the techniques used to maximize the possibilities and the ease of human contact with computers
*'''[[:Category:Ubiquitous computing|Ubiquitous computing]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Ubiquitous computing|Ubiquitous computing]]''' - or ubicomp, a "post desktop" model of computing, in which computers are completely integrated into everyday objects
*'''[[:Category:Wearable computers|Wearable computers]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Wearable computers|Wearable computers]]''' - miniature electronic devices that are worn with or around an individual's clothing
  
 
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A 1961 photo of The Universal Automatic Computer Model 120- Image by The Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines
A 1961 photo of The Universal Automatic Computer Model 120- Image by The Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines

A ubiquitous computing model in which information processing is integrated with common objects

Subcategories

  • Embedded systems - the integration of computers and electronics into mechanical objects to allow control and the transmission of information
  • Human-computer interaction - the techniques used to maximize the possibilities and the ease of human contact with computers
  • Ubiquitous computing - or ubicomp, a "post desktop" model of computing, in which computers are completely integrated into everyday objects
  • Wearable computers - miniature electronic devices that are worn with or around an individual's clothing

Subcategories

This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

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