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  • eBiquity 5/20/01 Who points to it? 37 - The is aa portal maintained by the UMBC mobile computing research group that has news and articles relevant to mobilecomputing, wireless technology and pervasive computing, much ofit with an intelligent agents spin. You can visitthis page to see, post, and engage in discussions around news itemsand articles on all aspects of mobile computing.

  • Smart Rooms 3/11/01 Who points to it? 18 - Smart rooms, Alex Pentland, ScientificAmerican, April 1996 -- "In creating computer systems that can identify people and interpret their actions, researchers have come one step closer to buildinghelpful home and work environments.".

  • Stanford Interactive Workspaces Project 3/11/01 Who points to it? 16 - The Interactive Workspaces Project at Stanford is exploring new possibilities for people to work together intechnology-rich spaces with computing and interaction devices on many different scales.

  • Ambient Intelligence 4/27/01 Who points to it? 16 - AN overview of the concept of ambient intellignce -- electronic environmentsthat are sensitive and responsive to the presence of people -- by Philips Research Labs.

  • MIT Oxygen Project 4/27/01 Who points to it? 13 - The goal of the Oxygen project is to ... bring an abundance ofcomputation and communication to users through natural spoken and visual interfaces, making it easy for them tocollaborate, access knowledge, and automate repetitive tasks.

  • Ubiquitous Computing 4/27/01 Who points to it? 16 - Web pages by the late Mark Weiser (Xerox Parc) who was an early advocate of the concept of ubiquitous computing.

  • Context-Aware Computing 6/24/01 Who points to it? 18 - Tme MIT Context Aware Computing group is interested in using"context knowledge" such as what we do, what we have done,where we are and how we feel about it, in order to interact withthe environment around us. By understanding and using thecontextual reality of a situation, we hope to redefinecomputer-human interaction.

  • Context Aware Computing at Cornell 6/24/01 Who points to it? 15 - A research group at Cornell is focused on evaluating context aware systems ni real world user and in ystems that allow the users to contribute information abouta context of use (both implicitly and explicitly) that other users canbenefit from.

  • Context-Aware Applications Survey 6/24/01 Who points to it? 16 - A survey paper by Mari Korkea-aho of the Helsinki University of Technology. "The paper discusses also how and whatkind of context information could be used in ad-hoc networks. In ad-hoc networks contextinformation can be used in establishing the network, in routing protocols, and in applications."

  • Location/Context Aware Personal Communication 6/24/01 Who points to it? 16 - Resouces and links on location and contest aware issues.

  • Pervasive 2002 7/13/01 Who points to it? 15 - The International Conference on Pervasive Computiing 2002 will be held Augst 26-28, 2002 in Zurich Switzerland. Papers are due on February 22, 2002. The proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS series.

  • IBM's fridge doesn't just hum, it knows the words 7/29/01 Who points to it? 19 - An AP story on IBM'sPervasive Computing Division work ondeveloping smart homes. ... "Imagine beingpaged with word that the milk in therefrigerator has spoiled. Imagine turning off theporch light at home while vacationing at thebeach. In the future, when the words "home computer"take on new meaning, it might be possible. That future is ondisplay now at an IBM lab, where researchers are testingnew technology in a fully furnished living room, kitchen and garage. In the kitchen, a screen on the refrigerator tells what's inside - without opening the door. Digital stoves and microwaves cook automatically, following recipes downloaded from the Internet.

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