Pervasive computing : third international conference, PERVASIVE 2005, Munich, Germany, May 8-13, 2005 : proceedings / Hans W. Gellersen, Roy Want, Albrecht Schmidt (eds.).
Contributor(s): Gellersen, Hans-W | Want, Roy | Schmidt, Albrecht | LINK (Online service)Material type: TextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 3468.Publisher: Berlin : Springer, ©2005Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 346 pages) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540320340; 3540320342; 3540260080; 9783540260080Other title: PERVASIVE 2005Subject(s): Ubiquitous computing -- Congresses | Mobile computing -- Congresses | Portable computers -- Congresses | Embedded computer systems -- Congresses | Informatique mobile -- Congrès | Informatique omniprésente -- Congrès | COMPUTERS -- Hardware -- Personal Computers -- General | COMPUTERS -- Hardware -- Handheld Devices | COMPUTERS -- Microprocessors | Informatique | Embedded computer systems | Mobile computing | Portable computers | Ubiquitous computing | Ubiquitous Computing | München <2005> | Pervasive computing | PERVASIVE | computers | samenleving | society | informatieontsluiting | information retrieval | informatieopslag | information storage | informatiesystemen | information systems | internet | systemen | systems | computerwetenschappen | computer sciences | computernetwerken | computer networks | operating systems | Information and Communication Technology (General) | Informatie- en communicatietechnologie (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Kongress. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Pervasive computing.DDC classification: 004 LOC classification: QA76.5915 | .P47 2005Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Audio location : accurate low-cost location sensing / James Scott and Boris Dragovic -- Using sound source localization in a home environment / Xuehai Bian, Gregory D. Abowd and James M. Rehg -- Tracking locations of moving hand-held displays using projected light / Jay Summet and Rahul Sukthankar -- Bathroom activity monitoring based on sound / Jianfeng Chen, Alvin Harvey Kam, Jianmin Zhang, Ning Liu and Louis Shue -- Simultaneous tracking and activity recognition (STAR) using many anonymous, binary sensors / Daniel H. Wilson and Chris Atkeson -- Enhancing semantic spaces with event-driven context interpretation / Joo Geok Tan, Daqing Zhang, Xiaohang Wang and Heng Seng Cheng -- The Java context awareness framework (JCAF) -- a service infrastructure and programming framework for context-aware applications / Jakob E. Bardram -- Place lab : device positioning using radio beacons in the wild / Anthony LaMarca, Yatin Chawathe, Sunny Consolvo, Jeffrey Hightower, Ian Smith, James Scott, Timothy Sohn, James Howard, Jeff Hughes, Fred Potter, Jason Tabert, Pauline Powledge, Gaetano Borriello and Bill Schilit -- Social disclosure of place : from location technology to communication practices / Ian Smith, Sunny Consolvo, Anthony LaMarca, Jeffrey Hightower, James Scott, Timothy Sohn, Jeff Hughes, Giovanni Iachello and Gregory D. Abowd -- A formal model of obfuscation and negotiation for location privacy / Matt Duckham and Lars Kulik -- A conceptual framework for camera phone-based interaction techniques / Michael Rohs and Philipp Zweifel -- U-photo : interacting with pervasive services using digital still images / Genta Suzuki, Shun Aoki, Takeshi Iwamoto, Daisuke Maruyama, Takuya Koda, Naohiko Kohtake, Kazunori Takashio and Hideyuki Tokuda -- Towards massively multi-user augmented reality on handheld devices / Daniel Wagner, Thomas Pintaric, Florian Ledermann and Dieter Schmalstieg -- Design methodology for context-aware wearable sensor systems / Urs Anliker, Holger Junker, Paul Lukowicz and Gerhard Troster -- Collaborative sensing in a retail store using synchronous distributed jam signalling / Albert Krohn, Tobias Zimmer, Michael Beigl and Christian Decker -- Parasitic mobility for pervasive sensor networks / Mathew Laibowitz and Joseph A. Paradiso -- Decision-theoretic planning meets user requirements : enhancements and studies of an intelligent shopping guide / Thorsten Bohnenberger, Oliver Jacobs, Anthony Jameson and Ilhan Aslan -- Integrating intra and extra gestures into a mobile and multimodal shopping assistant / Rainer Wasinger, Antonio Kruger and Oliver Jacobs -- AwareMirror : a personalized display using a mirror / Kaori Fujinami, Fahim Kawsar and Tatsuo Nakajima -- Embedded assessment : overcoming barriers to early detection with pervasive computing / Margaret Morris, Stephen S. Intille and Jennifer S. Beaudin.
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WelcometotheproceedingsofPervasive2005,The3rdInternationalConference on Pervasive Computing. We were honored to serve as chairs in this conference series, which was founded in 2002 and is now emerging as one of the most respected venues for publication of research on pervasive and ubiquitous c- puting. The conference is attracting research submissions of very high quality from all over the world, and from researchers representing a variety of disciplines and perspectives. We thank everybody who submitted their papers to Pervasive, demonstrating the extensive work going on in this area; and the Program C- mittee and our external reviewers who spent countless hours providing feedback and guidance in order to create the?nal program. This year we received 130 submissions. By the end of the review process, we had 566 reviews on?le, as well as long email discussion threads for each paper. In an initial phase we had each paper reviewed by two members of the Program Committee and two external reviewers. In a second phase, each paper wasdiscussedbyitsfourreviewerstoreachconsensusastoitstechnicalmerit. At the end of this phase, the top-rated papers as well as those that were found to be most controversial were selected for discussion at the PC meeting and reviewed by an additional PC member. The result being that each paper discussed in the PC meeting had 5 reviews and was read by three people who participated in the meeting, leading to a very informed and lively discussion.