Remy Dautriche

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People often use mobile devices to access information during conversations in casual settings, but mobile devices are not well suited for interaction in groups. Large situated displays promise to better support access to and sharing of information in casual conversations. This paper presents the LunchTable, a multi-user system based on semi-public displays(More)
Clustering is often a first step when trying to make sense of a large data set. A wide family of cluster analysis algorithms, namely hierarchical clustering algorithms, does not provide a partition of the data set but a hierarchy of clusters organized in a binary tree, known as a dendrogram. The dendrogram has a classical nodelink representation used by(More)
Ubiquitous computing is now mature enough to unleash the potential of Smart Homes. The obstacle is no more about hardware concerns but lies in how inhabitants can build, configure and control their Smart Home. In this paper, we defend the idea that End-User-Development (EUD), which considers inhabitants as makers rather than mere consumers, is an effective(More)
There is an increasing need to quickly understand the contents log data. A wide range of patterns can be computed and provide valuable information: for example existence of repeated sequences of events or periodic behaviors. However patternminingtechniquesoftenproducemanypatternsthathave to be examined one by one, which is time consuming for experts. On the(More)
In this paper, we discuss our ongoing work on a digitally augmented lunch area in our research lab. As we repeatedly observed how digital resources have the potential to enrich conversations in this semi-public, casual setting, we became interested in exploring the relationship between physical and digital artefacts in the context of social interaction. We(More)
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