Kai-Wen Lien

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Information overload has become a major problem in our daily life. The rapid growth of mobile devices and mobile communication technologies in recent years has had great influence. Communication is easier; work is more effortless; and life is more convenient. Mobile technologies also move computer-supported collaborations to the portable environment.(More)
The rapid growth of mobile devices and mobile communication technologies in recent years has created a huge potential for enabling collaborative work. Usually, a collaborative work is usually composed of multiple tasks and participants. Therefore, messages or information sharing among the group is an issue. In order to avoid SPAM and missing messages, there(More)
Information seeking is getting more difficult, because there is too much information on the nets. In order to increase the accuracy of searching results, a user must possess information skills, such as Boolean logic: “and”, “or” etc. He also needs to know when to use general search or blog search to get more suitable results.(More)
As the dramatic development of network technologies, users of nets are not only the information receivers as it was usual in the past. They might be intermediaries, inter-actors, interferences or message providers, even services providers. Thus, information transferring on the Internet is growing rapidly. Some information is useful, but the other is(More)
Ubiquitous computing has gained ground over the last five years. It focuses on devices being able to connect to the net at any time from any place. It includes the modern term distributed computing, which means accessing resources from any place. Several behaviours in modern distributed computing can be observed. For instance, a process in one place can(More)
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