By Hermann Kopetz (auth.), Sang Lyul Min, Robert Pettit, Peter Puschner, Theo Ungerer (eds.)
The eighth IFIP Workshop on software program applied sciences for Embedded and Ubiq- tous structures (SEUS 2010) in Waidhofen/Ybbs, Austria, October 13-15, 2010, succeeded the seven prior workshops in Newport seashore, united states (2009); Capri, Italy (2008); Santorini, Greece (2007); Gyeongju, Korea (2006); Seattle, united states (2005); Vienna, Austria (2004); and Hokodate, Japan (2003); fitting SEUS as a effectively proven workshop within the ?eld of embedded and ubiquitous structures. SEUS 2010 endured the culture of fostering cross-community scienti?c excellence and setting up robust hyperlinks among learn and undefined. SEUS 2010 supplied a discussion board the place researchers and practitioners with tremendous - periences and critical pursuits in advancing the state-of-the-art and the country of perform within the ?eld of embedded and ubiquitous computing platforms amassed with the aim of fostering new rules, collaborations, and applied sciences. The c- tributions during this quantity current advances in integrating the ?elds of embedded computing and ubiquitous structures. the decision for papers attracted 30 submissions from everywhere in the global. every one submission used to be assigned to no less than 4 individuals of this system Committee for evaluation. this system Committee made up our minds to simply accept 21 papers, which have been prepared in 8 classes. The authorised papers are from Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Portugal, Taiwan, united kingdom, and united states. keynotes complemented the powerful technical program.