8-13 May 2005, Munich, Germany
Last change: 2005-05-19
Late Breaking Results and Posters
MAGIC-Surfaces: Magnetically Interfaced Surfaces for Smart Space Applications
Talking about Place: An Experiment in How People Describe Places
Melodious Walkabout: Implicit Navigation with Contextualized Personal Audio Contents
Experiment of Recalling Emotions in Wearable Experience Recordings
A Trust based Delegation System for Managing Access Control
Context-based Messaging for Ad Hoc Networks
Describing Sensor Data for Pervasive Prototyping and
Anonymization in Proactive Location Based Community Services
Self-Configuring Video-Sensor Networks
Back to Paper: A Technique for Browsing Multimedia Information by Pointing on Handwritten Notes
A Noise Resilient Distributed Inference Framework for Body Sensor Networks
ROC Analysis of Partitioning Method for Activity Recognition Using Two Microphones
Evaluating the Project54 speech user interface
Call for Late Breaking Results and Posters
Submission Deadline: February 1st 2005
With the category of Late Breaking Results and Posters, PERVASIVE 2005 invites shorter papers contributing original research findings, fundamental results, basic research contribution, and novel ideas in the area of pervasive computing technologies, systems and applications.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
Submissions must be in Adobe PDF format, conform to the Springer-Verlag LNCS style and not longer than 4 pages. All submissions will be handled using an electronic submission system. Please submit your short paper at http://www.edas.info/home.cgi?c=4490. A sketch outlining the planned poster presentation may be attached as an additional page.
Contributions will be reviewed and accepted short papers will be published in the adjunct proceedings of PERVASIVE 2005 which will be electronically available from the web-site. The posters will be exhibited in the main conference area throughout the program. There will be a reception dedicated to the presentation of posters and demos. Furthermore, before the reception the authors have the chance to briefly introduce their work in a single plenary session.
Late Breaking Results Chairs