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Full Papers      [Wednesday, Thursday, Friday]

Wednesday 11:00-12:30
Paper Session 1
  • The CareNet Display: Lessons Learned from an In Home Evaluation of an Ambient Display (Full Paper)
    Sunny Consolvo, Peter Roessler, and Brett Shelton
    Intel Research Seattle
  • Personalized Peripheral Information Awareness through Information Art (Full Paper)
    John Stasko, Todd Miller,Christopher Plaue, Zachary Pousman, and Osman Ullah
    Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Reminding about Tagged Objects using Passive RFIDs (Full Paper)
    Gaetano Borriello, Waylon Brunette, Matthew Hall, Carl Hartung, and Cameron Tangney
    University of Washington

    Wednesday 14:00-15:30
    Paper Session 2
  • Evaluating the Effects of Displaying Uncertainty in Context-Aware Applications (Full Paper)
    Stavros Antifakos1, Adrian Schwaninger2, and Bernt Schiele1
    1 ETH Zurich, 2 University of Zurich
  • The Error of our Ways: The experience of Self-Reported Position in a Location-Based Game (Full Paper)
    Steve Benford 1, Will Seagar1, Martin Flintham1, Rob Anastasi1, Duncan Rowland1, Jan Humble1, Danae Stanton1, John Bowers1, Nick Tandavanitj2, Matt Adams2, Ju Row Farr2, Amanda Oldroyd3, and Jon Sutton3
    1 University of Nottingham, 2 Blast Theory, London, 3 BT Exact, Ipswich
  • Particle Filters for Location Estimation in Ubiquitous Computing: A Case Study (Full Paper)
    Jeffrey Hightower and Gaetano Borriello
    Intel Research Seattle and University Of Washington


    Thursday 09:00-10:30
    Paper Session 3
  • Some Assembly Required: Supporting End-User Sensor Installation in Domestic Ubiquitous Computing Environments (Full Paper)
    Chris Beckmann1,Sunny Consolvo2, and Anthony LaMarca2
    1 University of California, Berkeley, 2 Intel Research Seattle
  • Rapid Authoring of Mediascapes (Full Paper)
    Richard Hull1, Ben Clayton2, and Tom Melamed2
    1 Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, 2 University of Bristol
  • CAMP: A Magnetic Poetry Interface for End-User Programming of Capture Applications for the Home (Full Paper)
    Khai N. Truong, Elaine M. Huang, and Gregory D. Abowd
    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Thursday 11:00-12:30
    Paper Session 4
  • Designing Capture Applications to Support the Education of Children with Autism (Full Paper)
    Gillian Hayes1, Julie Kientz1, Khai Truong1, David White1, Gregory Abowd1, and Trevor Pering2
    1 Georgia Institute of Technology, 2 Intel Research
  • 'This all together, hon?' Ubicomp in non-office work environments (Full Paper)
    John Sherry, Scott Mainwaring, Jenna Burrell, Richard Beckwith, and Tony Salvador
    Intel Corporation
  • Security and Trust in Mobile Interactions: A Study of Users Perceptions and Reasoning (Full Paper)
    Tim Kindberg, Abigail Sellen, and Erik Geelhoed
    Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

    Thursday 14:30-15:30
    Paper Session 5
  • WatchMe: communication and awareness between members of a closely-knit group (Full Paper)
    Natalia Marmasse, Chris Schmandt and David Spectre
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Everyday Encounters with Context-Aware Computing in a Campus Environment (Full Paper)
    Louise Barkhuus1 and Paul Dourish2
    1 The IT University of Copenhagen, 2 University of California
  • Cooperative Artefacts: Assessing Real World Situations with Embedded Technology (Full Paper)
    Martin Strohbach, Hans Gellersen, Gerd Kortuem, and Christian Kray
    Lancaster University

    Thursday 16:00-17:30
    Paper Session 6

  • I Sense a Disturbance in the Force: Long-range Detection of Interactions with RFID-tagged Objects (Full Paper)
    Kenneth Fishkin1, Bing Jiang12, Matthai Philipose1, and Sumit Roy2
    1 Intel Research Seattle, 2 University of Washington
  • The NearMe Wireless Proximity Server (Full Paper)
    John Krumm and Ken Hinckley
    Microsoft Research

    Friday 09:00-10:30
    Paper Session 7
  • The ContextCam: Automated Point of Capture Video Annotation (Full Paper)
    Shwetak N. Patel, and Gregory D. Abowd
    Georgia Institute of Technology
  • MouseField: A Simple and Versatile Input Device for Ubiquitous Computing (Full Paper)
    Toshiyuki Masui1, Koji Tsukada2, and Itiro Siio3
    1 AIST,2 Keio University, 3 Tamagawa University, Japan
  • The Iterative Design Process of a Location-aware Device for Group Use (Full Paper)
    Holger Schnädelbach1, Boriana Koleva1, Mike Twidale2, Steve Benford1
    1 University of Nottingham, 2 University of Illinois

    Friday 11:00-12:30
    Paper Session 8
  • DOLPHIN: A Practical Approach for Implementing a Fully Distributed Indoor Ultrasonic Positioning System (Full Paper)
    Masateru Minami1, Yasuhiro Fukuju2, Kazuki Hirasawa1, Shigeaki Yokoyama1, Moriyuki Mizumachi1, Hiroyuki Morikawa2, and Tomonori Aoyama2
    1 Shibaura Institute of Technology, 2 University of Tokyo
  • The Carrot Approach: Encouraging use of location systems (Full Paper)
    Kieran Mansley, Alastair R. Beresford and David Scott
    Cambridge University
  • ActiveBelt: Belt-type Wearable Tactile Display for Directional Navigation (Full Paper)
    Koji Tsukada and Michiaki Yasumura
    Keio University

    Friday 14:00-15:30
    Paper Session 9
  • An Audio-Based Personal Memory Aid (Full Paper)
    Sunil Vemuri, Chris Schmandt, Walter Bender, Stefanie Tellex, Brad Lassey
    Massachusetts Institute of Technolgy
  • Infrastructures and Their Discontents: Implications for Ubicomp (Full Paper)
    Scott Mainwaring, Michele F. Chang, and Ken Anderson
    Intel Research
  • Opportunity Knocks: a System to Provide Cognitive Assistance with Transportation Services (Full Paper)
    Donald J. Patterson, Lin Liao, Krzysztof Gajos, Michael Collier, Nik Livic, Katherine Olson, Shiaokai Wang, Dieter Fox, Henry Kautz
    University of Washington