In this second of two volumes from the conference, 99 papers are organized into the ten workshop sections: context modeling and reasoning, intermittently connected mobile ad hoc networks, mobile peer-to-peer computing, pervasive learning, pervasive computing and communication security, sensor networks and systems for pervasive computing, pervasive RFID/NFC technology and applications, pervasive transportation systems, middleware support for pervasive computing, and pervasive wireless networking.
What does PWN stand for?
PWN stands for Pervasive Wireless Networking (workshop)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 29 other meanings of PWN in our Acronym Attic
- Port of Wilmington Maritime Society (Delaware)
- Professional Wireless Microphone System
- Pokeweed Mitogen Spleen Cell Conditioned Medium
- Prairie Warrior Mobile Strike Force
- Paw Withdrawal Mechanical Threshold
- Programs with Movie Titles
- Participatory Watershed Management Training in Asia
- Permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund
- [not an acronym] Own (hackish; gaming slang)
- Person with Narcolepsy (sleep disorder)
- Pine Wood Nematode (plant worm)
- Plant Wide Network
- Positive Women's Network (Oakland, CA)
- Pro Wrestling News (podcast)
- Professional Women's Network
- Provinciaal Waterleidingbedrijf Noord-Holland (North-Holland Waterworks)
- Pulsar Wind Nebula
- Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN (Polish scientific publishers; formerly Polskie Wydawnictwo Naukowe)
- Power Washers of North America
- Prader-Willi Northwest Association (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Michael Goodhues, chief information officer for BCPS, said the need for pervasive wireless networking in the BCPS system was driven by the growing number of laptop computers in the schools and the increasing use of digital media-based instructional tools, along with the high costs associated with cabling and installation of wired networks.
00 (pa) This volume from the March 2005 conference consists of 77 papers presented during seven workshops on context modeling and reason, mobile peer-to-peer computing, communications security, middleware support, pervasive wireless networking, pervasive eLearning, and sensor systems.