Project Oxygen

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Project Oxygen is a research project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory to develop pervasive, human-centered computing. The Oxygen architecture is to consist of handheld terminals, computers embedded in the environment, and dynamically configured networks which connect these devices.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Making computing as easy as breathing: MIT's Project Oxygen research shaping future of technology, Leslie Walker, San Francisco Chronicle, November 22, 2004. Accessed on line November 28, 2007.
  2. ^ Project Oxygen: Pervasive, Human-Centric Computing—An Initial Experience, Larry Rudolph, pp. 1–12, in Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 13th International Conference, proceedings, eds. Klaus R. Dittrich, Andreas Geppert, Moira C. Norrie, Springer: 2001, ISBN 3540422153.

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