Usability classification for spontaneous device association

@article{Chong2011UsabilityCF,
  title={Usability classification for spontaneous device association},
  author={Ming Ki Chong and Hans-Werner Gellersen},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={77-89}
}
As wireless devices increasingly becoming ubiquitous, spontaneous interaction opportunities are accordingly becoming common. Although spontaneous interaction research has been ongoing for many years, a key question of spontaneous interaction still remains open: how can users associate devices in a natural, intuitive and secure manner. Over the past decade, researchers have demonstrated a plethora of device association techniques. Nonetheless, users were often neglected during design or they… CONTINUE READING

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