Jamie Walters

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  • Qinghua Wang, Annika Berggren, Ulf Reiman, Ulf Jennehag, Linda Karlsson, Patrik Öster-Berg +17 others
  • 2010
Wireless sensor network (WSN) has emerged as a promising technology thanks to the recent advances in electronics, networking, and information processing. A wide range of WSN applications have been proposed such as habitat monitoring, environmental observations and forecasting systems, health monitoring, etc. In these applications, many low power and(More)
Intelligent and context-aware mobile services require users and applications to share information and utilize services from remote locations. Thus, context information from the users must be structured and be accessible to applications running in end-devices. In response to this challenge, we present a shared object-oriented meta model for a persistent(More)
Context-aware applications and services require ubiquitous access to context information of users. The limited scalability of centralized servers used in the provisioning of context information mandates the search for scalable peer-to-peer protocols. Furthermore, unnecessary signaling must be avoided in large-scale context networks, when location-based(More)
Massive Immersive Participation is enriched through the use of context information describing the dynamic states and relations among people places and things. This in turn mandates the creation of methods and models for establishing and supporting these relationships. Previous approaches are undermined by their limited interpretation of context centric(More)
Real-time context aware applications require dynamic support reflecting the continual changes in context. Architectures that distribute and utilize the supporting sensor information within the constraints of publish-subscribe systems provide sensor information in primitive forms requiring extensive application-level transformations limiting the dynamic(More)
The increasing ubiquity of context aware services and systems has been primarily underpinned by the use of centralised servers employing protocols that do no scale well for real time distribution and acquisition of neither sensor data nor dependent services. Any shift from this generic sensor framework mandated a new thinking where sensor data was capable(More)
This article investigates new forms for creating and enabling massive and scalable participatory immersive experiences in live cultural events, characterized by processes, involving pervasive objects, places and people. The multidisciplinary research outlines a new paradigm for collaborative creation and participation towards technological and social(More)