Pervasive may refer to:

  • Pervasive Computing, human computer interaction paradigm
  • Pervasive Software, software company in the United States

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Other articles related to "pervasive":

Gary Baseman - Pervasive Art
... Baseman coined the term pervasive art as an alternative to the lowbrow art label ... between fine art and commercial art.” According to Baseman, pervasive art can take any medium, and need not be “limited to one world, whether is ... public attention, it can be said that all pervasive artists in some way play with the boundaries between high and low art ...
Sumi Helal
... He graduated from Alexandria University in 1982, best known for his work in Pervasive Computing, Mobile computing and Networking and Internet Computing ... Also, he is the director of the Mobile and Pervasive Computing Laboratory in the University of Florida and President and CEO of Phoneomena, Inc ... Helal is editorial board member of the IEEE Pervasive Computing magazine ...
Pervasive Software - History
... Pervasive started in 1982 as SoftCraft with the Btrieve database technology ... Acquired by Novell in 1987, Pervasive later spun out as Btrieve Technologies ... The company name was changed to Pervasive Software in 1996 and went public in 1997 ...
Pervasive Software - Key Products and Solutions
... Pervasive PSQL, which is based on Btrieve Pervasive Data Integrator Pervasive Integration Hub Pervasive Data Metadata Manager Pervasive Data Profiler Pervasive Data ...

Famous quotes containing the word pervasive:

    How then can we account for the persistence of the myth that inside the empty nest lives a shattered and depressed shell of a woman—a woman in constant pain because her children no longer live under her roof? Is it possible that a notion so pervasive is, in fact, just a myth?
    Lillian Breslow Rubin (20th century)

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    Yvor Winters (1900–1968)

    The only thing that is unqualifiedly given is the total pervasive quality; and the objection to calling it “given” is that the word suggests something to which it is given, mind or thought or consciousness or whatever, as well possibly as something that gives.
    John Dewey (1859–1952)