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Although mobile services can be used ubiquitously, their employment and the interaction with them are still restricted by the constraints of mobile devices. In order to facilitate and leverage mobile interaction with services, we present a generic framework that combines semantic Web service technology and physical mobile interaction. This interaction(More)
Mobile interaction with objects from the real world is gaining in popularity and importance as different mobile technologies increasingly provide the basis for the extraction and usage of information from physical objects. So far, Physical Mobile Interaction is used in rather simple ways. This paper presents a comparison and evaluation of more complex and(More)
The interaction between mobile devices and physical objects in the real world is gaining more and more attention as it provides a natural and intuitive way to request services associated with real world objects. We currently see several approaches for the provision of such services. Most of them are proprietary, designed for a special application area or(More)
In this paper we describe a novel adaptation architecture as well as a process for the development of policy based adaptive services for mobile commerce. Our architecture is based on three basic requirements and defines the four core elements context, policies, policy decision point and policy enforcement point. The proposed approach is based on the reuse(More)
The proposed demonstration is based on the work performed in the PERCI project and presents a generic framework to access and interact with Web Services through mobile interaction with real world objects. The demonstration will put a focus on the front-end of the framework that comprises augmented posters for mobile ticketing as well as a mobile client(More)
One of the current challenges in Mobile Computing is bringing services directly to mobile users, which is handicapped by two major hurdles: Phones and services do not interoperate as smoothly as they should and the delivered services have to be adapted to a wide range of different mobile client platforms. In order to address these problems we present a(More)
Driven by improved mobile information access and capture, physical mobile interaction is increasingly gaining importance. It uses and exploits the familiar interaction with real world objects in order to provide intuitive access to associated digital information and services. This development is accommodated by the dissemination of the “Internet of Things”(More)
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