UBICOMP-CIA research group Research agenda Technology instrumentation is a core enabler to support future community and individual wellbeing. The mission of Community Instrumentation & Awareness (UBICOMP-CIA) research group is to promote innovative
ubicomp – Refactoring Energy Systems
What is Ubiquitous Computing? If we look at samples of Ubicomp programmes taught at the universities across the web today, we find courses that include elements of HCI, Hardware and Software Prototyping, Programming, Networking, and Creativity modules.
Welcome to the website of Marquette University’s Ubicomp Lab! Led by Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Marquette University’s Ubicomp Lab dedicates itself to innovation and development in a variety of areas, ranging from pervasive mobile health applications to security
Ubiquitous Computing Lab
UbiComp Lab is founded with the aim of conducting reseach in Wireless Sensor Networks, Ubiqitious Computing, Computer Networks and Celluar Systems Welcome! Our lab is mainly concerned in areas of wireless sensor networks, mobile computing and
Georgia Tech Ubicomp Group
GT Ubicomp Group is interested in ubiquitous computing and the research issues involved in building and evaluating ubicomp applications and services that impact our lives. Much of our work is situated in settings of everyday activity, such as the classroom, the
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作者: Sam Kinsley
Eustress or Distress: An Empirical Study of Perceived Stress in …
· PDF 檔案Related Work Owing to the unclear criteria to distinguish eustress from others, existing analysis focused on general stress. Various stress measurement methods using computational technology have been proposed in the last two decades . These methods can
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UbiComp ’17 IndoTrack: Device-Free Indoor Human Tracking with Commodity Wi-Fi. Xiang Li, Daqing Zhang, Qin Lv, Jie Xiong , Shengjie Li, Yue Zhang, Hong Mei. ACM UbiComp 2017, Sep 2017.
Research My research interests lie at the intersection of artificial intelligence, embedded systems, and human-computer interaction, materializing in the form of wearable and ubiquitous computers. I work with James Fogarty and Shwetak Patel (in the Ubicomp Lab) among many other amazing collaborators at the University of Washington on a variety of topics ranging from mobile health applications
Welcome to the 3rd Workshop on Combining Physical and Data-Driven Knowledge in Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp-CPD 2020) submissions site. Welcome to the 3rd Workshop on Combining Physical and Data-Driven Knowledge in Ubiquitous Computing
ACM Ubicomp 2014. [P12] Mathur A., Jaiswal S. Exploring the Interplay between Community Media and Mobile Web in Developing Regions. ACM MobileHCI 2013. (Best Paper Honorable Mention Award) [P11] Mathur A., Agarwal S., Jaiswal S. Exploring ACM
Distinguished Paper Award – Ubicomp 2019 – SoberMotion: Leveraging the Force of Probation Officers to Reduce the Risk of DUI Recidivism Best Paper Nominee – ISWC 2019 – Understanding Social Perceptions Towards Interacting with On-Skin Interfaces in Public
NUS Ubicomp Lab
The NUS Ubicomp Lab researches and develops Explainable AI-driven analytics and apps to improve people’s lives. We are interested in combining Machine Learning and Human-Computer Interaction to improve health, wellness and livability in smart cities with
Ubicomp Research Papers
View Ubicomp Research Papers on Academia.edu for free. Context-awareness is an essential requirement for pervasive computing applications, which enables them to adapt
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Phenomenal Growth and Future Directions of Pervasive …
UbiComp is the premier venue for presenting research in the design, development, and deployment of ubiquitous computing systems. Researchers and practitioners will explore the latest innovations across a broad range of technologies, from mobile phones to sensors and the Internet of Things to wearable computers and futuristic new technologies.