Kei Nakanishi

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One of the substantial issues in ubiquitous computing is the automatic processing of information from real world objects and enabling their interactions in the background. This scenario requires a framework on which such information processing and object interaction can be supported. This article presents our research progress in developing a framework(More)
This paper presents the implementation of peer group management services in a pure P2P groupware framework called TOMSCOP (technology of multiuser synchronous collaboration platform). To support a variety of computer-based collaborative activities and styles, a user in a group can be assigned a role or identity such as a discusser peer, a chair peer, a(More)
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