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ubiquitous

adjective ever-present, omnipresent, permeative, pervading, pervasive, ubiquitary, universal, worldwide
See also: broad, current, present
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It is understood that Uranus is a ubiquitous sharing platform that aims to be the airbnb and uber for computing resources, enabling computing-power services beyond the conventional public clouds.
See Table 1 for soil product brand information Family Species Distribution Amaranthaceae Amaranthus palmeri * ubiquitous Amaranlhus retrqflexus * ubiquitous Amaranthus spinosus * e U.S.
Besides, in [14] the authors design and develop a UQTI (Ubiquitous Query for Travel Information) information system to enhance the service quality of transport system.
To find out more about The Ubiquitous Voice Society, please visit http://www.ubiquitousvoice.com
KEY WORDS: Ubiquitous Computing, Ubiquitous Information Interaction (UII), Mobile Computer Systems, Natural Disaster Management, Ubiquitous Dead Bodies Management
For ubiquitous access, distributed software systems can be developed to exchange personal health records, medicine logs, and disease history electronically among physicians and patients.
This special issue features ten of such papers from ten different countries or economies, which would collectively offer a global perspective in the opportunities and challenges in bridging the research and practice in mobile and ubiquitous learning.
This makes Ubiquitous the first taxi advertising operator to offer free Wi-Fi to taxi passengers to the capital.
Ubiquitous claim the installation of the Wi-Fi will mean faster download speeds and be ideal for watching videos or downloading applications.
The wide variety of individually authored chapters address the opportunities and challenges of contemporary ubiquitous interactive media in urban spaces, ranging in space from Australia through Asia, the Middle East, Europe and North America.
It's difficult for many of us to remember the quieter days before we heard Jepsen belt out the catchiest chorus since (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewRjZoRtu0Y) M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes," but oddly enough the ubiquitous instant classic has been languishing in second place on Billboard.
Japanese embedded software company Ubiquitous Corporation (JASDAQ NEO:3858) announced on Tuesday that it has added software libraries for DTCP-IP Ver1.4 (DTCP+) to Ubiquitous DTCP-IP, its DTCP-IP content protection solution.

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