Implementation Of Caas Learning Management System

Document Type : Primary Research paper


Research Scholar, Department of Computer Science, Tamil University, Thanjavur, India.


An education industry is an undergoing major transformation of predominant development and new innovative ideas of the future. A ubiquitous computing is a strategy to mature as a discipline and it plays a vital role in the country's education system. This paper examines the concept in the field of an education. Around the world, many Universities and teaching sectors try to provide the Ubiquitous eTeaching & eLearning (UTiLearn) techniques to train their faculties and students. The main advantage and flexibility in the education sector is distance eTeaching and eLearning phenomena. Distance eTeaching and eLearning (DTL) is on the rise among digital natives alongside our evolution towards smart communities. The Learning material supports self-learning, self-paced learning in the trainees, increases the interest levels of the students. To integrates the concept of context-awareness and context-adaptable system in the existing framework of dandelion. Such techniques are critical in providing vital services to target consumers; they also present a plethora of challenges and possibilities for software developers to enhance the usability and scalability of the ubiquitous computing system, such a proposed system is termed as CAAS.
In this paper implement the proposed Context Aware and Adaptable System framework was tested with a real time case study of learning management system environment. The research goal is carried out by the ensemble generic algorithm of “Optimization Algorithm” integrates with Context Aware and Adaptable System (CAAS) framework within a ubiquitous computing scenario that works with any session-based concept and multi-device setting in learning management system.


Volume 12, Issue 3 - Serial Number 3
ICMMNT-2021 International Virtual Conference on Materials, Manufacturing and Nanotechnology, 30th June, 2021.
June 2021
Pages 2613-2618