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Held a 30-year high-end forum on pervasive computing

On May 8th, the "Thirty Years of Pervasive Computing High-end Forum" hosted by China Computer Federation (CCF) and undertaken by Northwestern Polytechnical University was held in Xi'an Soaring International Conference Center. Professor Wang Huaimin, former vice president of the National University of Defense Technology and academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, researcher Dai Guozhong, chief engineer of Chinese Academy of Sciences Software Institute, CCF vice chairman, Professor Jin Hai of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, first director of CCF Pervasive Computing Professional Committee, Professor Shi Yuanchun of Tsinghua University, Europe More than 70 experts and scholars and more than 100 students, including academicians of the Academy of Sciences, Professor Zhang Daqing of Peking University, participated in the forum. The opening ceremony of the conference was presided over by Professor Yu Zhiwen, Dean of the School of Computer Science.

 

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Vice President He Guoqiang delivered an opening speech, on behalf of Northwestern Polytechnical University, welcomes everyone to come to Xi'an to conduct academic exchanges, share and discuss the future development of pervasive computing, and warmly congratulates the successful convening of this conference.

 

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Vice-Chairman of CCF and Professor Jin Hai of Huazhong University of Science and Technology delivered a speech on behalf of CCF, introducing the development history and contributions of China Computer Society and CCF Pervasive Computing Special Committee, and wishing this forum a complete success. Professor Zhou Xingshe, chairman of the Shaanxi Computer Society, delivered a speech as the honorary chairman of the forum, advocating the discovery of new problems in pervasive computing, exploring new concepts of pervasive computing, and building a new pattern of pervasive computing.

 

In the invited lecture session, the academician Wang Huaimin first brought a report titled "How to grasp the uncertain future and talk about the development model of the ubiquitous operating system", which introduced the basic theory of building a new operating system for the ubiquitous computing environment, Methods, and systems, and discussed several issues of the ubiquitous operating system from four aspects: why, what, who will do it, and how to do it. Finally, it is proposed to build an open-source software ecosystem for the ubiquitous operating system through the cooperation of the government, enterprises, and the private sector. Use diversity to deal with uncertainty, and use an action to create the future.

 

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Subsequently, researcher Dai Guozhong brought a special invited report titled "Pervasive Computing and Human-Computer Interaction". The report explained the relationship and development of pervasive computing and human-computer interaction and pointed out that pervasive computing is the effect of computing resources on humans. The understanding and understanding of the environment introduces new interactive technologies in the universal environment such as natural interface, context awareness, and automatic capture and access, and imagines the new era, new paradigm, and new applications in the future.

 

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After the special invitation report, three thematic forums were held, including "Thirty Years of Pervasive Computing: Review and Prospects", "Pervasive Computing: National Major Needs and Key Applications", "Pervasive Computing: Disciplinary Connotation and Frontiers" Experts and scholars put forward a series of unique and novel insights. Experts gave wonderful answers and lively discussions on the questions raised by the audience. This high-end forum has a positive and important significance for promoting the further development of pervasive computing in my country.

 

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