Volume 14, Number 1, January 2010
Volume 14, Number 2, February 2010
- Seokhee Jeon, Jane Hwang, Gerard Jounghyun Kim, Mark Billinghurst:
Interaction with large ubiquitous displays using camera-equipped mobile phones.
- Morgan Ames, Dean Eckles, Mor Naaman, Mirjana Spasojevic, Nancy A. Van House:
Requirements for mobile photoware.
- Yvonne Rogers, Kay Connelly, William R. Hazlewood, Lenore Tedesco:
Enhancing learning: a study of how mobile devices can facilitate sensemaking.
- Mika Luimula, Kirsti Sääskilahti, Timo Partala, Sakari Pieskä, Juha Alaspää:
Remote navigation of a mobile robot in an RFID-augmented environment.
- Joseph A. Paradiso, Jonathan Gips, Mathew Laibowitz, Sajid Sadi, David Merrill, Ryan Aylward, Pattie Maes, Alex Pentland:
Identifying and facilitating social interaction with a wearable wireless sensor network.
- Daniela Petrelli, Steve Whittaker:
Family memories in the home: contrasting physical and digital mementos.
Volume 14, Number 3, April 2010
- Paul Dourish, Connor Graham, Dave W. Randall, Mark Rouncefield:
Theme issue on social interaction and mundane technologies.
- Peter Tolmie, Andy Crabtree, Stefan Rennick Egglestone, Jan Humble, Chris Greenhalgh, Tom Rodden:
Digital plumbing: the mundane work of deploying UbiComp in the home.
- Cian O'Connor, Geraldine Fitzpatrick:
Making video mundane: intellectual disability and the use of camcorders.
- Haliyana Khalid, Alan J. Dix:
The experience of photologging: global mechanisms and local interactions.
- Sara Bury, Johnathan Ishmael, Nicholas J. P. Race, Paul Smith:
Designing for social interaction with mundane technologies: issues of security and trust.
- Antti Oulasvirta, Esko Lehtonen, Esko Kurvinen, Mika Raento:
Making the ordinary visible in microblogs.
- Christine Satchell, Connor Graham:
Conveying identity with mobile content.
- Marije Kanis, Willem-Paul Brinkman:
Making mundane pleasures visible: mediating daily likings with lightweight technology.
- Steinar Kristoffersen, Ingunn Bratteberg:
Design ideas for IT in public spaces.
- Paul Luff, Karola Pitsch, Christian Heath, Peter Herdman, Julian Wood:
Swiping paper: the second hand, mundane artifacts, gesture and collaboration.
Volume 14, Number 4, May 2010
- Delfina Malandrino, Francesca Mazzoni, Daniele Riboni, Claudio Bettini, Michele Colajanni, Vittorio Scarano:
MIMOSA: context-aware adaptation for ubiquitous web access.
- Leonardo Mostarda, Changyu Dong, Naranker Dulay:
Context-based authentication and transport of cultural assets.
- Sahar Bayoumi, Tony P. Pridmore, Boriana Koleva:
Exploiting ambient illumination to locate and recognise user behaviour in enclosed environments.
- David Moreland, Surya Nepal, Hon Hwang, John Zic:
A snapshot of trusted personal devices applicable to transaction processing.
- Simon Robinson, Parisa Eslambolchilar, Matt Jones:
Exploring casual point-and-tilt interactions for mobile geo-blogging.
Volume 14, Number 5, July 2010 Design for Social Interaction through Physical Play
- Tilde Bekker, Janienke Sturm, Emilia I. Barakova:
Design for social interaction through physical play in diverse contexts of use.
- Tilde Bekker, Janienke Sturm, Berry Eggen:
Designing playful interactions for social interaction and physical play.
- Andrea Leal Penados, Mathieu Gielen, Pieter Jan Stappers, Tinus Jongert:
Get up and move: an interactive cuddly toy that stimulates physical activity.
- Laura Lentini, Françoise Decortis:
Space and places: when interacting with and in physical space becomes a meaningful experience.
- Florian Mueller, Martin R. Gibbs, Frank Vetere:
Towards understanding how to design for social play in exertion games.
- Vero Vanden Abeele, Bob De Schutter:
Designing intergenerational play via enactive interaction, competition and acceleration.
- Iris Soute, Panos Markopoulos, Remco Magielse:
Head Up Games: combining the best of both worlds by merging traditional and digital play.
- Joshua Wainer, Ester Ferrari, Kerstin Dautenhahn, Ben Robins:
The effectiveness of using a robotics class to foster collaboration among groups of children with autism in an exploratory study.
- Emilia I. Barakova, Tino Lourens:
Expressing and interpreting emotional movements in social games with robots.
Volume 14, Number 6, September 2010 Theme Issue:
Pervasive Technologies for Assistive Environments:
Papers from PETRA 08
- Ilias Maglogiannis, Fillia Makedon, Grammati E. Pantziou, Lynne Baillie:
Pervasive technologies for assistive environments: special issue of PETRA 2008 conference.
- Athanasios Bamis, Dimitrios Lymberopoulos, Thiago Teixeira, Andreas Savvides:
The BehaviorScope framework for enabling ambient assisted living.
- Tim van Kasteren, Gwenn Englebienne, Ben J. A. Kröse:
An activity monitoring system for elderly care using generative and discriminative models.
- Nan Li, Bo Yan, Guanling Chen, Prabhu Govindaswamy, Jie Wang:
Design and implementation of a sensor-based wireless camera system for continuous monitoring in assistive environments.
- Vassilis Athitsos, Haijing Wang, Alexandra Stefan:
A database-based framework for gesture recognition.
- Constantinos Kolias, Vassilis Kolias, Ioannis Anagnostopoulos, Georgios Kambourakis, Eleftherios Kayafas:
Design and implementation of a VoiceXML-driven wiki application for assistive environments on the web.
- Johannes Schumm, Cornelia Setz, Marc Bächlin, Marcel Bächler, Bert Arnrich, Gerhard Tröster:
Unobtrusive physiological monitoring in an airplane seat.
- Vassiliki Koufi, Flora Malamateniou, George Vassilacopoulos:
A system for the provision of medical diagnostic and treatment advice in home care environment.
- Dimitris Vassis, Petros Belsis, Christos Skourlas, Grammati E. Pantziou:
Providing advanced remote medical treatment services through pervasive environments.
- Dimitrios D. Vergados:
Service personalization for assistive living in a mobile ambient healthcare-networked environment.
Volume 14, Number 7, October 2010
- John Krumm:
Where will they turn: predicting turn proportions at intersections.
- Min Yin, Jeffrey S. Pierce, Shumin Zhai:
Phone n' Computer: teaming up an information appliance with a PC.
- Eyhab Al-Masri, Qusay H. Mahmoud:
MobiEureka: an approach for enhancing the discovery of mobile web services.
- Lilly Irani, Robin Jeffries, Andrea Knight:
Rhythms and plasticity: television temporality at home.
- Jiangpeng Dai, Xiaole Bai, Zhimin Yang, Zhaohui Shen, Dong Xuan:
Mobile phone-based pervasive fall detection.
- Davide Figo, Pedro C. Diniz, Diogo R. Ferreira, João M. P. Cardoso:
Preprocessing techniques for context recognition from accelerometer data.
- Gillian R. Hayes, Sen H. Hirano, Gabriela Marcu, Mohamad Monibi, David H. Nguyen, Michael T. Yeganyan:
Interactive visual supports for children with autism.
Volume 14, Number 8, December 2010 Theme Issue:
Multimodal systems, services and interfaces for ubiquitous computing
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- Zhiwen Yu, Frode Eika Sandnes, Kenji Mase, Fabio Pianesi:
Special issue on multimodal systems, services and interfaces for ubiquitous computing.
- Vivek Menon, Bharat Jayaraman, Venu Govindaraju:
Multimodal identification and tracking in smart environments.
- Zhiwen Yu, Zhiyong Yu, Xingshe Zhou, Yuichi Nakamura:
Multimodal sensing, recognizing and browsing group social dynamics.
- Jacques M. B. Terken, Janienke Sturm:
Multimodal support for social dynamics in co-located meetings.
- Simen Hagen, Frode Eika Sandnes:
Toward accessible self-service kiosks through intelligent user interfaces.
- Gang Pan, Jiahui Wu, Daqing Zhang, Zhaohui Wu, Yingchun Yang, Shijian Li:
GeeAir: a universal multimodal remote control device for home appliances.
- Yao-Jen Chang, Tsen-Yung Wang:
Comparing picture and video prompting in autonomous indoor wayfinding for individuals with cognitive impairments.
- Bruno Lepri, Nadia Mana, Alessandro Cappelletti, Fabio Pianesi, Massimo Zancanaro:
What is happening now? Detection of activities of daily living from simple visual features.
- Yuichi Koyama, Yuichi Sawamoto, Yasushi Hirano, Shoji Kajita, Kenji Mase, Tomio Suzuki, Kimiko Katsuyama, Kazunobu Yamauchi:
A multi-modal dialogue analysis method for medical interviews based on design of interaction corpus.