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Title UbiComp '01 Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Ubiquitous Computing table of contents
In-Cooperation SIGCHI ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction
PublisherSpringer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg ©2001
ISBN3-540-42614-0
Conference UbiCompUbiquitous Computing UbiComp logo
Overall Acceptance Rate 949 of 4,124 submissions, 23%
Year Submitted Accepted Rate
UbiComp '01 90 14 16%
UbiComp '02 136 15 11%
UbiComp'05 230 22 10%
UbiComp'06 204 30 15%
UbiComp '07 152 29 19%
UbiComp '08 226 42 19%
Ubicomp '09 251 31 12%
Ubicomp '10 202 39 19%
UbiComp '11 302 50 17%
UbiComp '12 301 58 19%
UbiComp '13 Adjunct 399 254 64%
UbiComp '13 394 92 23%
UbiComp '14 454 71 16%
UbiComp '15 394 101 26%
UbiComp '16 389 101 26%
Overall 4,124 949 23%

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Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Ubiquitous Computing
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Assembling the Planetary Computer
Larry Smarr
Page: 1

After twenty years, the "S-curve" of building out the wired internet with hundreds of millions of PCs as its end points is flattening out, with corresponding lowering of the growth rates of the major suppliers of that global infrastructure. At the same ...
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GeoNotes: Social and Navigational Aspects of Location-Based Information Systems
Fredrik Espinoza, Per Persson, Anna Sandin, Hanna Nyström, Elenor Cacciatore, Markus Bylund
Pages: 2-17

Location-based information systems allow the user to access information in relation to the user's position in geographical space. This paper outlines navigational and social aspects of such systems. It is argued that location-based systems must allow ...
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A Probabilistic Room Location Service for Wireless Networked Environments
Paul Castro, Patrick Chiu, Ted Kremenek, Richard R. Muntz
Pages: 18-34

The popularity of wireless networks has increased in recent years and is becoming a common addition to LANs. In this paper we investigate a novel use for a wireless network based on the IEEE 802.11 standard: inferring the location of a wireless client ...
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Location Information Management
Hani Naguib, George Coulouris
Pages: 35-41

We describe an approach to the management of location events deriving from a variety of sensors and sensor technologies. The approach uses a region-based spatial algorithm to integrate low-level location information, producing events that approximate ...
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Low Cost Indoor Positioning System
Cliff Randell, Henk L. Muller
Pages: 42-48

This report describes a low cost indoor position sensing system utilising a combination of radio frequency and ultrasonics. Using a single rf transmitter and four ceiling mounted ultrasonic transmitters it provides coverage in a typical room in an area ...
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Making Everyday Life Easier Using Dense Sensor Networks
W. Steven Conner, Lakshman Krishnamurthy, Roy Want
Pages: 49-55

Advances in hardware are enabling the creation of small, inexpensive devices and sensors. Hundreds or thousands of these devices can be connected using low-power multi-hop wireless networks. These networks foster a new class of ubiquitous computing applications ...
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ICrafter: A Service Framework for Ubiquitous Computing Environments
Shankar Ponnekanti, Brian Lee, Armando Fox, Pat Hanrahan, Terry Winograd
Pages: 56-75

In this paper, we propose ICrafter, a framework for services and their user interfaces in a class of ubiquitous computing environments. The chief objective of ICrafter is to let users flexibly interact with the services in their environment using a variety ...
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Using JIT Compilation and Configurable Runtime Systems for Efficient Deployment of Java Programs on Ubiquitous Devices
Radu Teodorescu, Raju Pandey
Pages: 76-95

As the proliferation of ubiquitous devices moves computation away from the conventional desktop computer boundaries, distributed systems design is being exposed to new challenges. A distributed system supporting a ubiquitous computing application must ...
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Software Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Computing Environments: Supporting Synchronous Collaboration with Heterogeneous Devices
Peter Tandler
Pages: 96-115

In ubiquitous computing environments, multiple users work with a wide range of different devices. In many cases, users interact and collaborate using multiple heterogeneous devices at the same time. The configuration of the devices should be able to ...
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Smart-Its Friends: A Technique for Users to Easily Establish Connections between Smart Artefacts
Lars Erik Holmquist, Friedemann Mattern, Bernt Schiele, Petteri Alahuhta, Michael Beigl, Hans-Werner Gellersen
Pages: 116-122

Ubiquitous computing is associated with a vision of everything being connected to everything. However, for successful applications to emerge, it will not be the quantity but the quality and usefulness of connections that will matter. Our concern is how ...
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Integrating Meeting Capture within a Collaborative Team Environment
Heather A. Richter, Gregory D. Abowd, Werner Geyer, Ludwin Fuchs, Shahrokh Daijavad, Steven E. Poltrock
Pages: 123-138

Meeting capture has been a common subject of research in the ubiquitous computing community for the past decade. However, the majority of the research has focused on technologies to support the capture but not enough on the motivation for accessing the ...
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A Ubiquitous Service Environment with Active Documents for Teamwork Support
Patrik Werle, Fredrik Kilander, Martin Jonsson, Peter Lönnqvist, Carl Gustaf Jansson
Pages: 139-155

We present a ubiquitous service environment for teamwork, supported by Active Documents. The environment consists of a physically dressed conference room and a software architecture based on Java and Jini. At the application level, mobile agent technology ...
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Digital Assistant for Supporting Conference Participants: An Attempt to Combine Mobile, Ubiquitous and Web Computing
Yasuyuki Sumi, Kenji Mase
Pages: 156-175

This paper describes a project of providing digital assistants to support participants in an academic conference. We provided participants at the conference with a personal assistant system with mobile and ubiquitous computing technologies and facilitated ...
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The Family Intercom: Developing a Context-Aware Audio Communication System
Kris Nagel, Cory D. Kidd, Thomas O'Connell, Anind K. Dey, Gregory D. Abowd
Pages: 176-183

We are exploring different forms of intra- and inter-home audio communication. Though much technology exists to support this human-human communication, none of them make effective use of the context of the communication partners. We aim to augment a ...
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Ubiquitous Computing and The Disappearing Computer - Research Agendas, Issues, and Strategies
Norbert A. Streitz
Pages: 184-186
The Conversational Role of Electronic Guidebooks
Allison Woodruff, Margaret H. Szymanski, Paul M. Aoki, Amy Hurst
Pages: 187-208

We describe an electronic guidebook prototype and report on a study of its use in a historic house. Visitors were given a choice of information delivery modes, and generally preferred audio played through speakers. In this delivery mode, visitors assigned ...
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Who, What, When, Where, How: Design Issues of Capture & Access Applications
Khai N. Truong, Gregory D. Abowd, Jason A. Brotherton
Pages: 209-224

One of the general themes in ubiquitous computing is the construction of devices and applications to support the automated capture of live experiences and the future access of those records. Over the past five years, our research group has developed ...
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Unearthing Virtual History: Using Diverse Interfaces to Reveal Hidden Virtual Worlds
Steve Benford, John Bowers, Paul Chandler, Luigina Ciolfi, Martin Flintham, Mike Fraser, Chris Greenhalgh, Tony Hall, Sten Olof Hellström, Shahram Izadi, Tom Rodden, Holger Schnädelbach, Ian Taylor
Pages: 225-231

We describe an application in which museum visitors hunt for virtual history outdoors, capture it, and bring it back indoors for detailed inspection. This application provides visitors with ubiquitous access to a parallel virtual world as they move through ...
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KISS the Tram: Exploring the PDA as Support for Everyday Activities
Thorstein Lunde, Arve Larsen
Pages: 232-239

Most of today's common PDA applications do not leverage the prospects of the PDA. We want to explore PDAs and other mobile devices as new media, focusing on their unique qualities, not as limited PCs. Moreover, we focus on support for everyday life. ...
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Subtle and Public Notification Cues for Mobile Devices
Rebecca Hansson, Peter Ljungstrand, Johan Redström
Pages: 240-246

Mobile information technology increasingly influences everyday life. When used in social contexts several problems regarding how mobile devices convey notifications arise. Auditory notification cues, such as those generally used by mobile phones, can ...
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InfoScope: Link from Real World to Digital Information Space
Ismail Haritaoglu
Pages: 247-255

We describe an information augmentation system (infoScope) and applications integrating handheld device with a color camera to provide enhanced information perception services to users. InfoScope uses a color camera as an input device to capture scene ...
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At Home with Ubiquitous Computing: Seven Challenges
W. Keith Edwards, Rebecca E. Grinter
Pages: 256-272

The smart home offers a new opportunity to augment people's lives with ubiquitous computing technology that provides increased communications, awareness, and functionality. Recently, a number of trends have increased the likelihood that the aware home ...
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Privacy by Design - Principles of Privacy-Aware Ubiquitous Systems
Marc Langheinrich
Pages: 273-291

This paper tries to serve as an introductory reading to privacy issues in the field of ubiquitous computing. It develops six principles for guiding system design, based on a set of fair information practices common in most privacy legislation in use ...
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TrekTrack: A Round Wristwatch Interface for SMS Authoring
Anders Kirkeby, Rasmus Zacho, Jock D. Mackinlay, Polle Zellweger
Pages: 292-298

The user interface for text messaging via SMS has changed little since the technology was introduced on cell phones. Authoring text with a phone keypad is tedious and error-prone. Furthermore, the cell phone intrudes into other activities while hands ...
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A Compact, Wireless, Self-Powered Pushbutton Controller
Joseph A. Paradiso, Mark Feldmeier
Pages: 299-304

We describe a compact piezoelectric pushbutton and associated minimal circuitry that is able to wirelessly transmit a digital ID code to the immediate region (e.g., 50-100 foot radius) upon a single button push, without the need of batteries or other ...
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Interacting at a Distance Using Semantic Snarfing
Brad A. Myers, Choon Hong Peck, Jeffrey Nichols, Dave Kong, Robert Miller
Pages: 305-314

It is difficult to interact with computer displays that are across the room, which can be important in meetings and when controlling computerized devices. A popular approach is to use laser pointers tracked by a camera, but interaction techniques using ...
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The Everywhere Displays Projector: A Device to Create Ubiquitous Graphical Interfaces
Claudio S. Pinhanez
Pages: 315-331

This paper introduces the Everywhere Displays projector, a device that uses a rotating mirror to steer the light from an LCD/DLP projector onto different surfaces of an environment. Issues of brightness, oblique projection distortion, focus, obstruction, ...
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UniCast, OutCast & GroupCast: Three Steps Toward Ubiquitous, Peripheral Displays
Joseph F. McCarthy, Tony J. Costa, Edy S. Liongosari
Pages: 332-345

Artifacts and surfaces that can display digital content are proliferating at a steady rate. Many of these displays will be peripheral, i.e., used for content that is not directly related to one's primary activities. However, what kinds of content would ...
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Multibrowsing: Moving Web Content across Multiple Displays
Brad Johanson, Shankar Ponnekanti, Caesar Sengupta, Armando Fox
Pages: 346-353

Although ubiquitous computing hardware technology is widely available today, we believe one key factor in making ubiquitous computing useful is a framework for exploiting multiple heterogeneous displays, whether fixed or on mobile computing devices, ...
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On the Design of Personal & Communal Large Information Scale Appliances
Daniel M. Russell, Rich Gossweiler
Pages: 354-361

As large displays become less expensive and more common throughout our working environments, we believe they will become pervasive, much as telephones were the ubiquitous communication devices of the previous generation. When large displays are coupled ...
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Serendipity within a Ubiquitous Computing Environment: A Case for Opportunistic Browsing
Oscar de Bruijn, Robert Spence
Pages: 362-370

We investigate an important interaction that can take place in a ubiquitous computing environment, that of opportunistic browsing, a form of information gathering on the fly. Opportunistic browsing is characterised by being ubiquitous, unintentional ...
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