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Wearable computing will change the current paradigms of human-computer interaction. With heads-up displays, unobtrusive input devices, personal wireless local area networks, and a host of other context sensing and communication tools, wearable computing can provide the user with a portable augmented reality where many aspects of everyday life can be(More)
In October 2005, the 9th Annual International Symposium on Wearable Computing was held in Osaka, Japan, the first to be held in Asia. As the largest primary conference for wearables researchers, ISWC provides a good snapshot of the state of the field. So, with the benefit of hindsight, this article presents highlights of how wearables research actually(More)
Description I am interested in how humans relate to the autonomy of intelligent artificial entities, such as software agents and autonomous robots. How would humans react to and interact with such intelligent non-human autonomous entities? From the human perspective, what level of autonomy is appropriate, expected, and useful? How much control would humans(More)
Wi-Fi devices operated inside a metallic enclosure have been investigation in the recent years. A motivation for this study is to investigate wave propagation inside an enclosed environment such as elevator, car, aircraft, and spacecraft. There are performances and safety concerns when RF transmitters are used inside a metallic enclosed environment. In this(More)
O Abstract Agents are automating many tasks that used to be done by people. As agents begin to address more complex domains of human life, they will need to develop an understanding of the dominance hierarchies that people understand intuitively. We present examples of species with social hierarchies that occur in the natural world, in particular the gray(More)
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