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 Ubiquitous Computing (UC) refers to the situation in which computing facilities are embedded or integrated into everyday objects and
actvities. Networks are large-scale, including both hardware devices
activities. Networks are large-scale, including both hardware devices
 and software agents. In UC, the systems are highly mobile and dynamic: programs or devices may move and often execute in networks owned and operated by others; new devices or software pieces may be added, the
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