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Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Uniquitous Computing

Fullname:Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing
Editors:Hee Yong Youn; We-Duke Cho; Joe McCarthy; James Scott; Woontack Woo
Location:Seoul, Korea
Dates:2008-Sep-21 to 2008-Sep-24
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN 1-60558-136-4, 978-1-60558-136-1; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: UBICOMP08
Papers:42
Pages:404
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Activity sensing
  2. Portable and wearable
  3. Location sensing
  4. Ubicomp methods and tools
  5. Security and privacy
  6. Design and ethnography
  7. Context-based systems
  8. Location-aware applications
  9. Augmenting everyday life

Activity sensing

Accurate activity recognition in a home setting BIBAKFull-Text 1-9
  Tim van Kasteren; Athanasios Noulas; Gwenn Englebienne; Ben Kröse
Discovery of activity patterns using topic models BIBAKFull-Text 10-19
  Tâm Huynh; Mario Fritz; Bernt Schiele
Dealing with sensor displacement in motion-based onbody activity recognition systems BIBAKFull-Text 20-29
  Kai Kunze; Paul Lukowicz
Real world activity recognition with multiple goals BIBAKFull-Text 30-39
  Derek Hao Hu; Sinno Jialin Pan; Vincent Wenchen Zheng; Nathan Nan Liu; Qiang Yang
Improving the recognition of interleaved activities BIBAKFull-Text 40-43
  Joseph Modayil; Tongxin Bai; Henry Kautz

Portable and wearable

Lifelogging memory appliance for people with episodic memory impairment BIBAKFull-Text 44-53
  Matthew L. Lee; Anind K. Dey
Flowers or a robot army?: encouraging awareness & activity with personal, mobile displays BIBAKFull-Text 54-63
  Sunny Consolvo; Predrag Klasnja; David W. McDonald; Daniel Avrahami; Jon Froehlich; Louis LeGrand; Ryan Libby; Keith Mosher; James A. Landay
Online everywhere: evolving mobile instant messaging practices BIBAKFull-Text 64-73
  Donald J. Patterson; Christopher Baker; Xianghua Ding; Samuel J. Kaufman; Kah Liu; Andrew Zaldivar
A quantitative investigation of inertial power harvesting for human-powered devices BIBAKFull-Text 74-83
  Jaeseok Yun; Shwetak Patel; Matt Reynolds; Gregory Abowd
It's in your eyes: towards context-awareness and mobile HCI using wearable EOG goggles BIBAKFull-Text 84-93
  Andreas Bulling; Daniel Roggen; Gerhard Tröster

Location sensing

Wideband powerline positioning for indoor localization BIBAKFull-Text 94-103
  Erich P. Stuntebeck; Shwetak N. Patel; Thomas Robertson; Matthew S. Reynolds; Gregory D. Abowd
CILoS: a CDMA indoor localization system BIBAKFull-Text 104-113
  Waqas ur Rehman; Eyal de Lara; Stefan Saroiu
Pedestrian localisation for indoor environments BIBAKFull-Text 114-123
  Oliver Woodman; Robert Harle
Localization in mobile ad hoc networks using cumulative route information BIBAKFull-Text 124-133
  Jahyoung Koo; Jiyoung Yi; Hojung Cha

Ubicomp methods and tools

Interactionist AI and the promise of ubicomp, or, how to put your box in the world without putting the world in your box BIBAKFull-Text 134-143
  Lucian Leahu; Phoebe Sengers; Michael Mateas
On using existing time-use study data for ubiquitous computing applications BIBAKFull-Text 144-153
  Kurt Partridge; Philippe Golle
Using wearable sensors and real time inference to understand human recall of routine activities BIBAKFull-Text 154-163
  Predrag Klasnja; Beverly L. Harrison; Louis LeGrand; Anthony LaMarca; Jon Froehlich; Scott E. Hudson
Using visualizations to increase compliance in experience sampling BIBAKFull-Text 164-167
  Gary Hsieh; Ian Li; Anind Dey; Jodi Forlizzi; Scott E. Hudson
Towards the automated social analysis of situated speech data BIBAKFull-Text 168-171
  Danny Wyatt; Jeff Bilmes; Tanzeem Choudhury; James A. Kitts

Security and privacy

Design and implementation of a secure wireless mote-based medical sensor network BIBAKFull-Text 172-181
  Kriangsiri Malasri; Lan Wang
An empirical investigation of concerns of everyday tracking and recording technologies BIBAKFull-Text 182-191
  David H. Nguyen; Alfred Kobsa; Gillian R. Hayes
Reflecting on the invisible: understanding end-user perceptions of ubiquitous computing BIBAKFull-Text 192-201
  Erika Shehan Poole; Christopher A. Le Dantec; James R. Eagan; W. Keith Edwards
Protecting your daily in-home activity information from a wireless snooping attack BIBAKFull-Text 202-211
  Vijay Srinivasan; John Stankovic; Kamin Whitehouse
MobiRate: making mobile raters stick to their word BIBAKFull-Text 212-221
  Daniele Quercia; Stephen Hailes; Licia Capra

Design and ethnography

The heterogeneous home BIBAKFull-Text 222-231
  Ryan Aipperspach; Ben Hooker; Allison Woodruff
Plastic: a metaphor for integrated technologies BIBAKFull-Text 232-241
  Tye Rattenbury; Dawn Nafus; Ken Anderson
Getting to green: understanding resource consumption in the home BIBAKFull-Text 242-251
  Marshini Chetty; David Tran; Rebecca E. Grinter
Designing sociable IT for public use BIBAKFull-Text 252-261
  Steinar Kristoffersen; Ingunn Bratteberg

Context-based systems

Mixed-initiative conflict resolution for context-aware applications BIBAKFull-Text 262-271
  Choonsung Shin; Anind K. Dey; Woontack Woo
A context-aware patient safety system for the operating room BIBAKFull-Text 272-281
  Jakob E. Bardram; Niels Nørskov
Deploy spontaneously: supporting end-users in building and enhancing a smart home BIBAKFull-Text 282-291
  Fahim Kawsar; Tatsuo Nakajima; Kaori Fujinami
Schema matching for context-aware computing BIBAKFull-Text 292-301
  Wenwei Xue; Hungkeng Pung; Paulito P. Palmes; Tao Gu

Location-aware applications

The potential for location-aware power management BIBAKFull-Text 302-311
  R. K. Harle; A. Hopper
Understanding mobility based on GPS data BIBAKFull-Text 312-321
  Yu Zheng; Quannan Li; Yukun Chen; Xing Xie; Wei-Ying Ma
Navigate like a cabbie: probabilistic reasoning from observed context-aware behavior BIBAKFull-Text 322-331
  Brian D. Ziebart; Andrew L. Maas; Anind K. Dey; J. Andrew Bagnell
Accessible contextual information for urban orientation BIBAKFull-Text 332-335
  Jason Stewart; Sara Bauman; Michelle Escobar; Jakob Hilden; Kumud Bihani; Mark W. Newman
Enhanced shopping: a dynamic map in a retail store BIBAKFull-Text 336-339
  Alexander Meschtscherjakov; Wolfgang Reitberger; Michael Lankes; Manfred Tscheligi

Augmenting everyday life

Spyn: augmenting knitting to support storytelling and reflection BIBAKFull-Text 340-349
  Daniela K. Rosner; Kimiko Ryokai
Picture this!: film assembly using toy gestures BIBAKFull-Text 350-359
  Cati Vaucelle; Hiroshi Ishii
Bookisheet: bendable device for browsing content using the metaphor of leafing through the pages BIBAKFull-Text 360-369
  Jun-ichiro Watanabe; Arito Mochizuki; Youichi Horry
Living with tableau machine: a longitudinal investigation of a curious domestic intelligence BIBAKFull-Text 370-379
  Zachary Pousman; Mario Romero; Adam Smith; Michael Mateas
Who will be the customer?: a social robot that anticipates people's behavior from their trajectories BIBAKFull-Text 380-389
  Takayuki Kanda; Dylan F. Glas; Masahiro Shiomi; Hiroshi Ishiguro; Norihiro Hagita