Tenth Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, PerCom 2012, March 19-23, 2012, Lugano, Switzerland, Workshop Proceedings.
IEEE 2012, ISBN 978-1-4673-0905-9
10. PerCom Workshops 2012:
: Keynote: OpenSense: Open sensor networks for air quality monitoring.
Pedro José Marrón
: Keynote: Are we ready to go large-scale? Challenges in the deployment and maintenance of heterogeneous networks of Cooperating Objects.
, Peter Mandl
, Michael Weber
: Context Directory: A context-aware service for mobile context-aware computing applications by the example of Google Android.
Sajal K. Das
: Pervasive computing vs. cyber-physical systems: A perspective from smart environments.
, Qi Han
: Context-aware communities and their impact on information influence in mobile social networks.
, Jussi Polet
: Understanding the privacy implications of using context-based awareness cues in social networks.
: Influencing the experience of people in urban public places through mobile mediated interactions.
, Daniel Schuster
: WatchMyPhone - Providing developer support for shared user interface objects in collaborative mobile applications.
: Keynote: The operating system for the computer of the 21st century.
: Self-adaptive mechanism for disaggregated computing.
: Keynote: Mobility in socio-technical urban organisms: From sensing to steering.
Gian Pietro Picco
: Keynote: Of towers, tunnels, animals, and wireless sensor networks: From research to the real world - And back.
: From business process models to pervasive applications: Synchronization and optimization.
: Evaluation of tooth-touch sound and expiration based mouse device for disabled persons.
, Howon Lee
: WalkieTagging: Efficient video annotation method based on spoken words for smart devices.
: A ubiquitous system for smart reasoning for well-being at home and at work.
: A generic context aware gesture recognition framework for smart environments.
: Independent way-finding for visually impaired users through multi-sensorial data analysis on mobile devices.
: Mining individual behavior pattern based on significant locations and spatial trajectories.
: COSN: A collaborative opportunistic sensor networking framework for people-centric applications.
: Mobilizing search of the here and now.
: An interactive user interface adaptation process.
Rui Neves Madeira
: Personalization in pervasive spaces towards smart interactions design.
: User context recognition for navigation systems in public transportation.
: A smartphone-based energy efficient and intelligent multi-technology system for localization and movement prediction.
: Towards self-learning radio-based localization systems.
: Concepts for service provision in disaster environments.
: Processing the uncertainty: Quality-aware data stream processing for dynamic context models.
: Application-aware techniques for energy efficient data collection in Wireless Sensor Networks.
: Self-aware middleware for smart camera networks.
: Towards a digital object memory architecture.
: The need for Open Educational Resources for ubiquitous learning.
, Peter Forbrig
: Towards a pattern language for modeling interactive applications in smart meeting rooms.
: Pannable and fixed camera interactions for enhanced surveillance applications with wireless image sensors.
, Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed
: Looking for needles in a haystack: Detecting counterfeits in large scale RFID systems using batch authentication protocol.
: Keynote: From labs to cities: Mapping the social impact of ubiquitous technologies.