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2013 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom) (2004)
Orlando, Florida
Mar. 14, 2004 to Mar. 17, 2004
ISBN: 0-7695-2090-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xiii
Session 1A: Applications of Pervasive Computing Systems

Augmenting Film and Video Footage with Sensor Data (Abstract)

Jeff Burke , University of California, Los Angeles
Heemin Park , University of California, Los Angeles
Eric Bostrom , University of California, Los Angeles
Norman Makoto Su , University of California, Los Angeles
Mani B. Srivastava , University of California, Los Angeles
Deborah Estrin , University of California, Los Angeles
pp. 3

Learning to Detect User Activity and Availability from a Variety of Sensor Data (Abstract)

Jean-Luc Meunier , Xerox Research Centre Europe, Meylan, France
Dave Snowdon , Xerox Research Centre Europe, Meylan, France
Martin M?hlenbrock , Xerox Research Centre Europe, Meylan, France
Oliver Brdiczka , Xerox Research Centre Europe, Meylan, France
pp. 13

Drishti: An Integrated Indoor/Outdoor Blind Navigation System and Service (Abstract)

Sumi Helal , University of Florida, Gainesville
Lisa Ran , University of Florida, Gainesville
Steve Moore , University of Florida, Gainesville
pp. 23
Session 1B: Sensing and Monitoring in Smart Spaces

An Augmented Virtual Reality Interface for Assistive Monitoring of Smart Spaces (Abstract)

Edward Riseman , University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Andrew H. Fagg , University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Deepak R. Karuppiah , University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Shichao Ou , University of Massachusetts, Amherst
pp. 33

Quick Realization of Function for Detecting Human Activity Events by Ultrasonic 3D Tag and Stereo Vision (Abstract)

Akifumi Nishitani , Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Koji Kitamura , Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Takeo Kanade , Digital Human Research Center, AIST, Japan
Yoshifumi Nishida , Digital Human Research Center, AIST, Japan
Hiroshi Mizoguchi , Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Toshio Hori , Digital Human Research Center, AIST, Japan
pp. 43

Dynamic World Models from Ray-tracing (Abstract)

A. Hopper , University of Cambridge, UK
R. K. Harle , University of Cambridge, UK
pp. 55
Session 2A: Programming and Software Engineering of Pervasive Systems

PCOM - A Component System for Pervasive Computing (Abstract)

Marcus Handte , University of Stuttgart, Germany
Kurt Rothermel , University of Stuttgart, Germany
Gregor Schiele , University of Stuttgart, Germany
Christian Becker , University of Stuttgart, Germany
pp. 67

A Software Engineering Framework for Context-Aware Pervasive Computing (Abstract)

Karen Henricksen , The University of Queensland
Jadwiga Indulska , The University of Queensland
pp. 77

Pervasive Enablement of Business Processes (Abstract)

Dipanjan Chakraborty , University of Maryland Baltimore County
Hui Lei , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
pp. 87
Session 2B: Location Sensing

A 3-D Indoor Positioning Method using a Single Compact Base Station (Abstract)

Esko O. Dijk , Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands; Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Ronald M. Aarts , Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Evert J. van Loenen , Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven, The Netherlands
C. H. (Kees) van Berkel , Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands; Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven, The Netherlands
pp. 101

Employing User Feedback for Fast, Accurate, Low-Maintenance Geolocationing (Abstract)

Steven W. Brown , University of California, San Diego
William G. Griswold , University of California, San Diego
Ezekiel S. Bhasker , University of California, San Diego
pp. 111

Cooperative Location-Sensing for Wireless Networks (Abstract)

Charalampos Fretzagias , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Maria Papadopouli , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 121
Session 3A: Wireless and Ad Hoc Networks

Energy-Aware Media Transcoding in Wireless Systems (Abstract)

Karsten Schwan , Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
Christian Poellabauer , Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
pp. 135

Wi-Fi in Ad Hoc Mode: A Measurement Study (Abstract)

Giuseppe Anastasi , University of Pisa, Italy
Eleonora Borgia , Istituto IIT, Italy
Enrico Gregori , Istituto IIT, Italy
Marco Conti , Istituto IIT, Italy
pp. 145

Performance Issues with Vertical Handovers - Experiences from GPRS Cellular and WLAN Hot-spots Integration (Abstract)

Pablo Vidales , University of Cambridge, UK
Kavitha Subramanian , University of Cambridge, UK
Rajiv Chakravorty , University of Cambridge, UK
Jon Crowcroft , University of Cambridge, UK
Ian Pratt , University of Cambridge, UK
pp. 155

Analyzing Connectivity-Based Multi-Hop Ad-hoc Positioning (Abstract)

Roger Wattenhofer , ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Regina Bischoff , ETH Zurich, Switzerland
pp. 165
Session 3B: Systems Theory and Concepts

Distributed Snapshots for Mobile Computing Systems (Abstract)

William H. Sanders , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Adnan Agbaria , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 177

Mobile to Base Task Migration in Wireless Computing (Abstract)

Savvas Gitzenis , Stanford University, CA
Nicholas Bambos , Stanford University, CA
pp. 187
Keynote Lecture
Session 4A: Service Mediators

A Mobility Gateway for Small-Device Networks (Abstract)

Kevin C. Almeroth , University of California, Santa Barbara
Robert C. Chalmers , University of California, Santa Barbara
pp. 209

A User-Guided Cognitive Agent for Network Service Selection in Pervasive Computing Environments (Abstract)

Steven Bauer , Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
George Lee , Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
John Wroclawski , Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
Peyman Faratin , Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
pp. 219

Promoting Cooperation Among Strangers to Access Internet Services from an Ad Hoc Network (Abstract)

Matt Mutka , Michigan State University, East Lansing
Danyu Zhu , Michigan State University, East Lansing
pp. 229
Session 4B: Pervasive System Architectures

Patch Panel: Enabling Control-Flow Interoperability in Ubicomp Environments (Abstract)

Andy Szybalski , Stanford University, CA
Armando Fox , Stanford University, CA
Rafael Ballagas , RWTH Aachen University, Germany
pp. 241

MediaBroker: An Architecture for Pervasive Computing (Abstract)

Umakishore Ramachandran , Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
Matthew Wolenetz , Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
Phillip Hutto , Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
Martin Modahl , Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
Ilya Bagrak , Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
pp. 253

Programming Pervasive and Mobile Computing Applications with the TOTA Middleware (Abstract)

Marco Mamei , DISMI - Universit? di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Franco Zambonelli , DISMI - Universit? di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
pp. 263
Session 5A: Context-Aware Computing

Semantic Web in the Context Broker Architecture (Abstract)

Harry Chen , University of Maryland Baltimore County
Tim Finin , University of Maryland Baltimore County
Anupam Joshi , University of Maryland Baltimore County
pp. 277

Supporting Persistent Social Groups in Ubiquitous Computing Environments Using Context-Aware Ephemeral Group Service (Abstract)

John Bodily , Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University, Tempe
Bin Wang , Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University, Tempe
Sandeep K. S. Gupta , Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University, Tempe
pp. 287

From Home to World - Supporting Context-aware Applications through World Models (Abstract)

Othmar Lehmann , Georgia Institute of Technology
Christian Becker , Universit?t Stuttgart, Germany
Daniela Nicklas , Universit?t Stuttgart, Germany
Martin Bauer , Universit?t Stuttgart, Germany
pp. 297
Session 5B: Security in Pervasive Systems

Denial-of-Service Attacks on Battery-powered Mobile Computers (PDF)

Dong Ha , Virginia Tech
Thomas Martin , Virginia Tech
Jayan Krishnaswami , Virginia Tech
Michael Hsiao , Virginia Tech
pp. 309

Personal Servers as Digital Keys (Abstract)

Philippe Bonnet , University of Copenhagen
Allan Beaufour , University of Copenhagen
pp. 319

PrudentExposure: A Private and User-centric Service Discovery Protocol (Abstract)

Lionel Ni , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Kowloon
Feng Zhu , Michigan State University, East Lansing
Matt Mutka , Michigan State University, East Lansing
pp. 329
Session 6: Panel Discussion
Session 7: Concise Contributions

Personal Home Server: Enabling Personalized and Seamless Ubiquitous Computing Environments (Abstract)

Tatsuo Nakajima , Waseda University, Japan
Ichiro Satoh , National Institute of Informatics, Japan
pp. 341

Towards Socially Aware Pervasive Computing: A Turntaking Approach (Abstract)

Esko Kurvinen , Helsinki Institute for Information Technology
Antti Oulasvirta , Helsinki Institute for Information Technology
pp. 346

One-Time Capabilities for Authorizations without Trust (Abstract)

Refik Molva , Institut Eur?com, France
Laurent Bussard , Institut Eur?com, France
pp. 351

Dynamic Federation of Partitioned Applications in Ubiquitous Computing Environments (Abstract)

Ichiro Satoh , National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan
pp. 356

A Framework for Developing Mobile, Context-aware Applications (Abstract)

Vinny Cahill , Trinity College Dublin
Gregory Biegel , Trinity College Dublin
pp. 361

Camera-Typing Interface for Ubiquitous Information Services (Abstract)

Toshiyuki Asahi , NEC Corporation
Keiji Yamada , NEC Corporation
Shuji Senda , NEC Corporation
Kyosuke Nishiyama , NEC Corporation
pp. 366

Author Index (PDF)

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