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Language English
Pages 399
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Digital Home Networking PDF

Digital Home Networking Contents

  • Chapter 1. Introduction
  • Chapter 2. Actors in Digital Home Networking
  • Chapter 3. Community Applied sciences
  • Chapter 4. Requirements
  • Chapter 5. Personalization and Home Context
  • Chapter 6. Safety
  • Chapter 7. High quality of Expertise and High quality of Service
  • Chapter 8. Service Administration
  • Chapter 9. The System
  • Chapter 10. Home Interconnection by means of the Web
  • Chapter 11. Conclusion

Introduction to Digital Home Networking PDF

Cultural context round a definition

The transformation of our lives, because of the “digital revolution” over current many years, is one thing difficult to speak about on the whole phrases, with out sounding irremediably naive.

Certainly, the successive look on the mass market of such applied sciences as the private laptop (PC) within the late 1970s, cell telecommunication networks within the 1980s, and, as probably the most distinguished facet of the general public Web, the World Vast Internet within the early 1990s has drastically modified our relationship with area, time, and entry to data.

As is well-known, this addition of technological revolutions merely constructed a brand new paradigm in the best way we behave and dwell collectively within the world village.

Only a few areas of human exercise might be thought of to not have been impacted by the chances provided by the digital period: retrieving data, speaking with pals, and buying items on a market are a number of the most trivial examples of the extent to which our day by day life has been drastically modified inside one human era.

Such technique of communication even have sudden penalties within the space of sociology. Blogs, boards, “partitions” of social networks – these numerous types of the Internet 2.0 – have led individuals to grow to be regularly the “on-line script-writers” of their very own existence, thereby giving to non-public occasions of their existence an publicity hitherto unseen with such spontaneity.

In keeping with this, the a number of present communication channels yielding alternatives to satisfy new individuals and to develop social networks have produced a semantic “new deal” round a number of key elements of human relations, amongst which friendship seems undoubtedly as probably the most spectacular instance.

Certainly, if [HEL 09] “Friendship […] is a distinctively private relationship that’s grounded in a priority on the a part of every good friend for the welfare of the opposite, for the opposite’s sake, and that entails some extent of intimacy”, one might hardly admit that such – classical – a definition displays the traits of friendship as practiced on Fb or some other social community.

Anybody having some on-line publicity on social networks has skilled the scenario of turning into the “digital good friend” of a colleague, the particular person on the desk subsequent to them on the restaurant throughout their final vacation, a imprecise “good friend of a good friend”, an occasional tennis companion, and so forth.

Nevertheless, this semantic shift, if admitted in these widespread, day-to-day interactions with individuals, can nonetheless refer again to a extra conservative social norm relating to our willingness to open the house to this cloud of free pleasant connections.

Simply assess which proportion of pals belonging to your favourite social community would you invite residence for actual – both for the real pleasure of getting them get pleasure from your genuine scallops in a mushroom julienne or, conversely, to ask them for a little bit assist subsequent Sunday to take away a ton of rubble from the cellar.

Nonetheless, one shouldn’t underestimate how the day-to-day immersion of the person within the digital ecosystem can bolster interactions amongst individuals within the bodily world – both is clear,

pure codecs of social hyperlinks (in search of an affective relationship or attending a job interview) or all through completely new and spontaneous sociological phenomena, illustrated by flash mobs, freeze events, or monster T.G.I.F1.

However these latter examples, noticeably sufficient, occur in public locations. And exactly, against this, they increase the next query: Are the social standards to get invited within the very sanctuary of 1’s residence, considerably totally different from what they had been within the final century, in every given tradition?

An in depth reply, which might name for each a segmented evaluation and a steady commentary over time, is much past the target of the current ebook.

Nevertheless, as soon as a suitable definition of the “digital residence” itself has been proposed hereafter within the chapter, we’ll see how it’s equally if no more, affected by new societal paradigms, by way of belief and privateness.

Simply because the notion of a good friend has been irreversibly shaken by the rising recognition of on-line social networks, equally, on geographic {and professional} grounds, the house and the workplace are regularly turning into an increasing number of entwined in some “yin-yang” sample.

The trendy employee, proverbially, at all times retains a little bit of the workplace with him when again residence – and vice versa. On this regard, defining the formal borders of the “digital residence” ecosystem shall be a query, topic to spatial and systemic conventions, which isn’t that apparent.

To sketch an intuitive definition, the “digital residence” suggests an addition of digital tools, {hardware}, computer systems, sensors, gadgets, with a capability to speak and to work together,

both with customers or by means of machine-to-machine interfaces, geared toward delivering companies and, above all, sure to the bodily place, known as residence, the place a household, or a person, or a bunch of individuals lives.

Now, would a smartphone used to remotely entry residence assets nonetheless be thought of a part of the “digital residence” ecosystem? Is the automotive a part of the digital residence?

And so forth, for my skilled laptop computer, used sometimes to retailer quickly a set of images from my final vacation?

Not solely ubiquity, but additionally nomadism, as structuring patterns of up to date life, and the overlapping of personal/skilled usages in a single machine, strongly hinders a spontaneous and goal delimitation of the boundaries of a digital residence.

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Digital Home Networking

Publisher: Wiley-ISTE, Year: 2011

ISBN: 9781848213210

[PDF] Digital Home Networking Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–10):
Chapter 2 Actors in Digital Home Networking (pages 11–16):
Chapter 3 Network Technologies (pages 17–57):
Chapter 4 Standards (pages 59–95):
Chapter 5 Personalization and Home Context (pages 97–137):
Chapter 6 Security (pages 139–201):
Chapter 7 Quality of Experience and Quality Of Service (pages 203–257):
Chapter 8 Service Management (pages 259–307):
Chapter 9 The Feel@Home System (pages 309–354):
Chapter 10 Home Interconnection Through the Internet (pages 385–384):
Chapter 11 Conclusion (pages 385–388):



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