concepts and models for ubiquitous computing   

workshop @ ubicomp 2002 - göteborg - 29 sept 2002      <@ubicomp2002>

Tom Rodden, Alan Dix, Gregory Abowd      <@tom, @alan, @gregory>


position papers

Gregory Abowd
<@slides PDF [80xK]>
<@slides PPT [76K]>

Panoptical surveillance, contextual forgiveness: Privacy by design in ubiquitous information environments
Adam Greenfield (v-2 Organisation & Razorfish, Tokyo)

Structuring Context Aware Applications: Five-Layer Model and Example Case
Heikki Ailisto, Petteri Alahuhta, Ville Haataja, Vesa Kyllönen, Mikko Lindholm (VTT Electonics, OULU, Finland)

Networking with knobs and knats? Towards ubiquitous computing for artists
Jeff Burke, Eitan Mendelowitz, Joseph Kim, Rex Lorenzo (University of California, US)

Condor - an application framework for mobility-based context-aware applications
Richard Moe Gustavsen (University of Oslo, Norway)

Seamful ubiquity: Beyond seamless integration
Ian MacColl, Matthew Chalmers (Glasgow University, UK), Yvonne Rogers, Hilary Smith (Sussex University, UK)
<@slides PDF [345K]>

A Graphical User Interface for the Real World
Kasim Rehman (Cambridge University, UK)

Infrastructure Concepts for Tag-Based Ubiquitous Computing Applications
Kay Römer, Thomas Schoch (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

Saving Users from the Distractions of Ubiquity: an architectural framework
Joäo Pedro Sousa (Carnegie Mellon University, US)

The Contextor: A Computational Model For Contextual Information
Gaëtan Rey, Joëlle Coutaz (CLIPS-IMAG, Grenoble, France), James L. Crowley (INRIA, Grenoble, France)
<@slides PDF [163K]> <@slides PPT [1Mb]>

iStuff: Searching For The Great Unified Input Theory
Jan Borchers, Rafael Ballagas (Stanford University, US), Maureen Stone (StoneSoup Consulting, US)

Towards a Unified Interaction Framework for Ubicomp user Interfaces
Jason Hong, Scitt lederer, Mark Newman (University of California, US)
<@slides PDF [140K]> <@slides PPT [125K]>

Incidental interaction and appropriate intelligence
Alan Dix (Lancaster University, UK)
see separate pages on <@incidental interaction> and paper about <@appropriate intelligence>

break out groups

each group was asked to send us slides, but only has done so far ...