[Photos of Munich, Germany]
8-13 May 2005, Munich, Germany
The 3rd International Conference on Pervasive Computing


Accepted Papers

Using Sound Source Localization in a Home Environment   [Google search, SpringerLink]
Xuehai Bian, Gregory Abowd, James Rehg (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)

[PDF] Audio Location: Accurate Low-Cost Location Sensing   [SpringerLink]
James Scott, Boris Dragovic (Intel Research Cambridge, United Kingdom)

[PDF] Tracking Locations of Moving Hand-held Displays Using Projected Light   [SpringerLink]
Jay Summet (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), Rahul Sukthankar (Intel Research Pittsburgh, USA)

[PDF] Embedded Assessment: Overcoming barriers to Early Detection through Pervasive Computing   [SpringerLink]
Margaret Morris (Intel Corporation, USA), Stephen Intille, Jennifer Beaudin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

Bathroom Activity Monitoring Based on Sound   [Google search, SpringerLink]
Jianfeng Chen, Alvin Harvey Kam, Jianmin Zhang, Ning Liu, Louis Shue (Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore)

[PDF] Simultaneous Tracking and Activity Recognition (STAR) Using Many Anonymous Binary Sensors   [SpringerLink]
Daniel Wilson (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)

Enhancing Semantic Spaces with Event-driven Context Interpretation   [Google search, SpringerLink]
Joo Geok Tan, Daqing Zhang, Xiaohang Wang, Heng Seng Cheng (Institute for Infocomm Research & School of Computing/National University of Singapore(NUS), Singapore)

[PDF] The Java Context Awareness Framework (JCAF) - A Service Infrastructure and Programming Framework for Context-Aware Applications   [SpringerLink]
Jakob Bardram (University of Aarhus, Denmark)

[PDF] Place Lab: Device Positioning Using Radio Beacons in the Wild   [SpringerLink]
Anthony LaMarca, Y. Chawathe, Sunny Consolvo, Jeffrey Hightower, Ian Smith, (Intel Research Seattle, USA), James Scott (Intel Research Cambridge, United Kingdom)

[PDF] Social Disclosure Of Place: From Location Technology to Communication Practice   [SpringerLink]
Ian Smith, Sunny Consolvo, Jeffrey Hightower, Jeff Hughes, Giovanni Iachello, Anthony LaMarca (Intel Research Seattle & University of Washington & Georgia Institute of Technology, USA),

[PDF] A formal model of obfuscation and negotiation for location privacy   [SpringerLink]
Matt Duckham, Lars Kulik (University of Melbourne, Australia)

[PDF] A Conceptual Framework for Camera Phone based Interaction Techniques   [SpringerLink]
Michael Rohs, Philipp Zweifel (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

u-Photo: Interacting with Pervasive Services using Digital Still Images   [Google search, SpringerLink]
Genta Suzuki, Shun Aoki, Takeshi Iwamoto, Takuya Koda, Daisuke Maruyama, Naohiko Kohtake, Kazunori Takashio, Hideyuki Tokuda (Keio University, Japan)

[PDF] Towards Massively Multi-User Augmented Reality on Handheld Devices   [SpringerLink]
Daniel Wagner, Thomas Pintaric, Florian Ledermann, Dieter Schmalstieg (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)

Design Methodology for context-aware wearable sensor systems   [Google search, SpringerLink]
Urs Anliker, Holger Junker, Paul Lukowicz, Gerhard Tröster (Wearable Computing Lab ETH Zürich, Switzerland)

[PDF] Collaborative Sensing in a Retail Store Using Synchronous Distributed Jam Signalling   [SpringerLink]
Albert Krohn, Tobias Zimmer, Michael Beigl, Christian Decker (TecO, University of Karlsruhe, Germany)

[PDF] Parasitic Mobility for Pervasive Sensor Networks   [SpringerLink] (Best Paper Award)
Mathew Laibowitz, Joseph Paradiso (MIT Media Laboratory, USA)

[PDF] Decision-Theoretic Planning Meets User Requirements: Enhancements and Studies of an Intelligent Shopping Guide   [SpringerLink]
Thorsten Bohnenberger, Oliver Jacobs (Saarland University, Germany), Anthony Jameson (DFKI, Germany)

[PDF] Integrating Intra and Extra Gestures into a Mobile and Multimodal Shopping Assistant   [SpringerLink]
Rainer Wasinger (DFKI GmbH, Germany), Antonio Krüger (Saarland University, Germany)

AwareMirror: A Personalized Display using a Mirror   [Google search, SpringerLink]
Kaori Fujinami, Fahim Kawsar, Tatsuo Nakajima (Waseda University, Japan)

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Call for Papers

Paper notification: 17 December 2004
Paper submission is closed!

PERVASIVE 2005 invites original and significant research contributions in the area of pervasive computing technologies, systems and applications. This conference seeks to present advances in computing technology toward new modes of operation (ubiquitous, continuous, and self-organized) and toward new usage models (ambient, context-aware, and integral with human activity and environments).

The conference particularly values practical experience with design, deployment and use of pervasive systems and applications, and investigation of exciting and inspiring ideas and technologies. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Device, communication, and interaction technologies for pervasive computing

  • Pervasive sensing and perception, and location and context technologies

  • Software infrastructure for pervasive computing systems and environments

  • Design, implementation and evaluation of pervasive systems and applications

  • Pervasive computing user interfaces and user experience

  • Privacy, security and trust in pervasive computing

Paper Submission

For PERVASIVE 2005 we are soliciting high quality technical papers that describe original, unpublished research on pervasive computing. Submissions should report concrete, significant, and transferable results that help advance the state of the art in pervasive computing. All papers will be peer-reviewed by members of the PERVASIVE 2005 program committee and by additional expert reviewers from relevant research communities. PERVASIVE 2005 requires that submissions have not been published previously and that papers submitted are not under simultaneous review for any other conference, journal or other publication.

All paper submissions will be handled eletronically by the EDAS system. Please go to http://edas.info/home.cgi?c=4380 to submit your paper. Note that submission is a two stage process - you will need to register your paper first and then submit the final manuscript. Authors without EDAS user names will be required to register with the system using the same link as above. The site will close for submissions at 23:59 CET on 6 October 2004.

Submissions must be in Adobe PDF format and conform to the Springer-Verlag LNCS style. We solicit papers of up to 18 pages but explicitly welcome shorter papers of up to 10 pages for presentation of pointed results. All paper submissions will be treated as full papers but it is important that their length is appropriate for their content.

Paper submissions have to be anonymized to facilitate double blind review. Authors should take care throughout their paper that their and their institution's identity is not revealed. However relevant references to an author's previous research should not be suppressed as they may be required for reviewers to understand and evaluate the paper's contribution.

Program Co-Chairs

Hans Gellersen
Lancaster University
Email: hwg ätt comp.lancs.ac.uk
Web: http://www.comp.lancs.ac.uk/~hwg/

Roy Want
Intel Research
Email: roy.want ätt intel.com

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