• Teaching computers the meaning of sensor names in smart homes

    Credit: CC0 Public Domain The UPV/EHU’s IXA group has use natural language processing techniques to overcome one of the major difficulties associated with smart homes, namely that the systems developed to infer activities in one environment do not work when they are applied to a different one, because both the sensors and the activities are different. The group has come up with the innovative idea of using words to represent the activation of both sensors and human activity. The aim of smart homes is to make life easier for those living in them. Applications for environment-aided daily life may have a major social impact, fostering active aging and enabling older…

  • Compare Cell Telephones

    We still haven’t but digested a few of the newest gadget offerings last 12 months and now, upcoming gadget and gadget conventions are abound, yet once more, providing wonderful new gadgets from tablets, web books, television screens and cell phones. The mobile phone has mixed telephone and radio applied sciences into one. It uses wireless communication with the intention to send electromagnetic waves from one base station to another. Earlier it used analog networks whereas the fashionable telephones now a days uses digital networks. Digital community can be referred to as second technology expertise (2G). Mostly used digital community is GSM however CDMA is also gaining recognition. GSM stands for…