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The Fully Networked Human? Innovations for Future Networks and Services

Proceedings of the 2011 ITU Kaleidoscope Academic Conference. Cape Town, South Africa, 12 - 14 December 2011

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The Kaleidoscope 2011 conference - The Fully Networked human ? Innovations for future networks and services - was the forth in a series of peer-reviewed academic conferences organized by the Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) with the technical co-sponsorship of the IEEE Communications Society. These papers at K-2011 focused on multidisciplinary aspects of future ICTs including future services and applications demand as well as social, economic and policy aspects of human-centric systems. These conference proceedings include the full text of papers accepted for lecture and poster presentations (after a double-blind review by a panel of over 100 subject matter experts), as well as three invited papers and a summary of the keynote speeches. The 34 papers reproduced here should provide readers with valuable information relating to this essential field of studies.

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Foreword

Standardisation is the channel through which most technological innovation must pass if it is to be applied on a global scale; and when we speak of ICT, it is always in a global context. This is precisely why ITU-T seeks to strengthen its relationship with academia, the source of so much crucial research and so many innovative ideas.

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