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Activities, context and ubiquitous computing
This paper argues that context-aware applications capable of supporting complex, cognitive activities can be built from a model of context called Activity-Centric context. Expand
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Perfect Passwords: Selection, Protection, Authentication
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Masters and Servants in English Renaissance Drama and Culture: Authority and Obedience
Acknowledgements - Abbreviations and Conventions - Introduction - Apprenticeship and Society - Crafts and Trades - Carnival, the Trickster and the Male Domestic Servant - Women, Patriarchy andExpand
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An Architecture for Efficient Document Clustering and Retrieval on a Dynamic Collection of Newspaper Texts
In this paper we describe a technique for clustering a collection of documents such as acollection of online newspapers which uses a number of short-cuts to make the process computable for large collections. Expand
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The art of tracking
This chapter takes a look at the art of tracking, with the help of a story of a forensic expert. Time zones, IP addresses, and HTTP result codes—these are the leads a forensics expert has. They trackExpand
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Shakespeare and World Cinema
Introduction Part I. Auteurs: 1. Alexander Abela 2. Vishal Bhardwaj and Jayaraaj Rajasekharan Nair Part II. Regional Configurations: 3. Shakespeare, cinema, Latin America 4. Shakespeare, cinema, AsiaExpand
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XML, metadata and efficient knowledge discovery
This paper examines a software tool that assists Defence intelligence analysts in efficient discovery and assimilation of large volumes of information derived from a range of sources. Expand
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Intimate Location Modeling for Context Aware Computing
This paper describes some of the complexity that needs be captured in any location model of an intimate environment. We take the position that a location model for such an environment must be part ofExpand
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Development of the software infrastructure for a ubiquitous computing environment - the DSTO iRoom
This paper describes the development of a ubiquitous computing environment called the iRoom. Expand
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