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There is more to context than location
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We propose that ultra-mobile computing, characterized by devices that are operational and operated while on the move (e.g. PDAs, mobile phones, wearable computers), can significantly benefit from a wider notion of context. Expand
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Implicit human computer interaction through context
  • A. Schmidt
  • Computer Science
  • Personal Technologies
  • 1 June 2000
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In this paper, an algorithm is given based on a number of questions to identify applications that can facilitate implicit interaction. Expand
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Requirements and design space for interactive public displays
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In this paper we discuss the fundamentals for creating exciting public displays and multimedia experiences enabling new forms of engagement with digital content. Expand
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The drift table: designing for ludic engagement
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The Drift Table is an electronic coffee table that displays slowly moving aerial photography controlled by the distribution of weight on its surface. Expand
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Ubiquitous computing - computing in context
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Knowing the user's every move: user activity tracking for website usability evaluation and implicit interaction
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In this paper, we investigate how detailed tracking of user interaction can be monitored using standard web technologies. Expand
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Display Blindness: The Effect of Expectations on Attention towards Digital Signage
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In this paper we show how audience expectations towards what is presented on public displays can correlate with their attention towards these displays. Expand
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Advanced Interaction in Context
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In this work we propose a layered real-time architecture for this kind of context-aware adaptation based on redundant collections of low-level sensors. Expand
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Location-based crowdsourcing: extending crowdsourcing to the real world
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The WWW and the mobile phone have become an essential means for sharing implicitly and explicitly generated information and communication platform for many people. Expand
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Large-scale assessment of mobile notifications
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We derive a holistic picture of notifications on mobile phones by collecting close to 200 million notifications from 40,000 users. Expand
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