Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction References

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Ubiquitous Computing
and Interaction
References

Contemporary Issues

in IT
,
August 2009

Lecture 1

Scenarios

1.

G. Banavar and A. Bernstein, "Software infrastructure and design challenges for
ubiquitous computing applications,"
Communications of the ACM
, vol.
45(12), pp. 92
-
6, December 2002.

2.

V. Coroama, J. Bohn, and F. Mattern, "Living in a smart environment
-

Implications
for the coming ubiquitous information society," in
IEEE International Conference on
Systems, Man and Cybernetics, SMC 2004
, The Hague, Nethe
rlands, 10
-
13 October
2004.

Context Awareness

3.

B. Schilit, N. Adams, and R. Want, "Context
-
aware computing applications," in
Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications
, Los Alamitos, CA, USA,
8
-
9 December 1994.

Disappearing Hardware

4.

J.
-
m. Andreol
i, S. Castellani, A. Grasso, J.
-
L. Meunier, M. Muehlenbrock, J. O'Neill, F.
Ragnet, F. Roulland, and D. Snowdon,
"
Augmenting Offices with Ubiquitous Sensing,
"

in
Smart Objects Conference (SOC
-
2003)
, Grenoble, France, 15
-
17 May 2003.

Zero
-
Configuration

5.

P. K
yung
-
Lang, U. H. Yoon, and K. Shin
-
Dug, "Personalized service discovery in
ubiquitous computing environments,"
IEEE Pervasive Computing
, vol. 8(1), pp. 58
-
65,
January
-
March 2009.

Data
-
Centric Interaction

6.

M. Roman and R. H. Campbell, "Gaia: enabling active
spaces," in
Proceedings of the
9th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop: beyond the PC: new challenges
for the operating system
. Kolding, Denmark: ACM, 17
-
20 September 2000.

General

7.

M. Weiser, "The computer for the 21st century,"
Scientific American In
ternational
Editio
n, vol. 265(3), pp. 66
-
75, September 1991.

8.

M. Weiser and J. Seely Brown, "Designing Calm Technology",
Xerox PARC
, 21
December 1995.



Lecture 2

Service Composition

9.

M. Kolberg, E.H. Magill, and M. Wilson. “Compatibility Issues between Serv
ices
supporting Networked Appliances,”
IEEE Communications Magazine
, Vol. 41, No. 11,
November 2003.

10.

A. Mingkhwan, P. Fergus, O. Abuelma'atti, M. Merabti, B. Askwith, and M.
Hanneghan,
"
Dynamic Service Composition in Home Appliance Networks
,"

Multimedia
Tools and Applications: A Special Issue on Advances in Consumer
Communications and Networking
, 2006. 31(1).

Ubiquitous Computing Security

11.

F. Stajano,
"
Security for Ubiquitous Computing
,"
John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
,
Chichester,
England
, 2002.


Further Reading

12.

N. Davies and H. W. Gellersen, "Beyond prototypes: challenges in deploying
ubiquitous systems,"
IEEE Pervasive Computing
, vol. 1(1), pp. 26
-
35, January 2002.

13.

S. H. Park, S. H. Won, J. B. Lee, and S. W. Kim, "Smart home


digitally engineered
domestic life,
"
Personal

Ubiquitous Computing
, vol. 7(3
-
4), pp. 189
-
196, July 2003.

14.

W. Piekarski and B. Thomas, "ARQuake: The outdoor augmented reality gaming
system,"
Communications of the ACM
, vol. 45(1), pp. 36
-
38, 2002.

15.

G. D. Abowd and E. D. Mynatt, "Charting past,
present, and future research in
ubiquitous computing,"
ACM Transactions on Computer
-
Human Interaction
, vol. 7(1),
pp. 29
-
58, March 2000.

16.

G. D. Abowd, E. D. Mynatt, and T. Rodden, "The human experience [of ubiquitous
computing],"
IEEE Pervasive Computing
, v
ol. 1(1), pp. 48
-
57, January 2002.

17.

A. A. Araya, "Questioning ubiquitous computing," in Proceedings CSC'95:
23rd
Annual ACM Computer Science Conference
, Nashville, TN, USA, 28 February
-
2
March 1995.

18.

B. Brumitt, B. Meyers, J. Krumm, A. Kern, and S. Shafer, "
EasyLiving: technologies
for intelligent environments," in
Handheld and Ubiquitous Computing. Second
International Symposium, HUC 2000
, Bristol, UK, 25
-
27 September 2000.

19.

M. Jern, D. Ricknas, F. Stam, and R. Treloar, "Visual user interface for PDAs," in
Se
venth International Conference on Information Visualization
-

IV 2003

-

International Conference on Computer Visualization and Graphics Applications,
London, UK, 16
-
18 July 2003.

20.

J. A. Landay and R. C. Davis, "Making sharing pervasive: ubiquitous computing

for
shared note taking,"
IBM Systems Journal
, vol. 38(4), pp. 531
-
50, 1999.

21.

D. Saha and A. Mukherjee, "Pervasive computing: a paradigm for the 21st century,"
Computer
, vol. 36(3), pp. 25
-
31, March 2003.

22.

R. Want, T. Pering, G. Borriello, and K. I. Farkas,
"Disappearing hardware [ubiquitous
computing],"
IEEE Pervasive Computing
, vol. 1(1), pp. 36
-
47, January
-
March 2002.