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Ambient Intelligence

Second International Joint Conference, AmI 2011, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 16-18, 2011, Proceedings

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Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 7040)

Part of the book sub series: Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI (LNISA)

Conference series link(s): AmI: European Conference on Ambient Intelligence

Conference proceedings info: AmI 2011.

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Table of contents (59 papers)

  1. Front Matter

  2. Haptic Interfaces

    1. HapticArmrest: Remote Tactile Feedback on Touch Surfaces Using Combined Actuators

      • Hendrik Richter, Sebastian Löhmann, Alexander Wiethoff
      Pages 1-10
    2. Interacting with the Steering Wheel: Potential Reductions in Driver Distraction

      • Sebastian Osswald, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, David Wilfinger, Manfred Tscheligi
      Pages 11-20
    3. Table-Top Interface Using Fingernail Images and Real Object Recognition

      • Kenta Hara, Noriko Takemura, Yoshio Iwai, Kosuke Sato
      Pages 21-30
  3. Smart Sensing

    1. Discrimination of Multiple Objects and Expanding Positioning Area for Indoor Positioning Systems Using Ultrasonic Sensors

      • Hikaru Sunaga, Takashi Hada, Masaki Akiyama, Shigenori Ioroi, Hiroshi Tanaka
      Pages 31-40
    2. A Wearable User Interface for Measuring Reaction Time

      • Burcu Cinaz, Christian Vogt, Bert Arnrich, Gerhard Tröster
      Pages 41-50
  4. Smart Environments

    1. Using Constraint Optimization for Conflict Resolution and Detail Control in Activity Recognition

      • Chrysi Filippaki, Grigoris Antoniou, Ioannis Tsamardinos
      Pages 51-60
    2. Knowledge-Based Systems for Ambient Social Interactions

      • Xiang Su, Ekaterina Gilman, Paweł Kwiatkowski, Tomasz Latkowski, Alma Pröbstl, Bartłomiej Wójtowicz et al.
      Pages 61-71
    3. Augmenting Mobile Localization with Activities and Common Sense Knowledge

      • Nicola Bicocchi, Gabriella Castelli, Marco Mamei, Franco Zambonelli
      Pages 72-81
    4. Hierarchical Activity Recognition Using Automatically Clustered Actions

      • Tim L. M. van Kasteren, Gwenn Englebienne, Ben J. A. Kröse
      Pages 82-91
    5. Real-Time Analysis of Localization Data Streams for Ambient Intelligence Environments

      • Dimokritos Stamatakis, Dimitris Grammenos, Kostas Magoutis
      Pages 92-97
    6. The Autonomic Computing Paradigm in Adaptive Building / Ambient Intelligence Systems

      • Aliaksei Andrushevich, Stephan Tomek, Alexander Klapproth
      Pages 98-104
    7. Using Active Learning to Allow Activity Recognition on a Large Scale

      • Hande Alemdar, Tim L. M. van Kasteren, Cem Ersoy
      Pages 105-114
    8. Tagging Space from Information Extraction and Popularity of Points of Interest

      • Ana O. Alves, Filipe Rodrigues, Francisco C. Pereira
      Pages 115-125
    9. Context-Aware Integration of Smart Environments in Legacy Applications

      • Philipp Lehsten, Alexander Gladisch, Djamshid Tavangarian
      Pages 126-135
    10. A Lightweight Service Registry for Unstable Ad-Hoc Networks

      • Paulo Ricca, Kostas Stathis, Nick Peach
      Pages 136-140
    11. Hall Effect Sensing Input and Like Polarity Haptic Feedback in the Liquid Interface System

      • Kasun Karunanayaka, Jeffrey Tzu Kwan Valino Koh, Eishem Bilal Naik, Adrian David Cheok
      Pages 141-145
    12. Self-configuration of “Home Abstraction Layer” via Sensor-Actuator Network

      • Zheng Hu, Gilles Privat, Stéphane Frenot, Bernard Tourancheau
      Pages 146-150
    13. Predicting Sleeping Behaviors in Long-Term Studies with Wrist-Worn Sensor Data

      • Marko Borazio, Kristof Van Laerhoven
      Pages 151-156
  5. Novel Interaction Technologies

    1. FORE-Watch – The Clock That Tells You When to Use: Persuading Users to Align Their Energy Consumption with Green Power Availability

      • Johann Schrammel, Cornelia Gerdenitsch, Astrid Weiss, Patricia M. Kluckner, Manfred Tscheligi
      Pages 157-166

Other Volumes

  1. Constructing Ambient Intelligence

    AmI 2011 Workshops, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 16-18, 2011. Revised Selected Papers
  2. Ambient Intelligence

    Second International Joint Conference on AmI 2011, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 16-18, 2011. Proceedings

About this book

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Joint Conference on Ambient Intelligence, AmI 2011, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in November 2011.

The 58 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers cover a wide range of topics such as haptic interfaces, smart sensing, smart environments, novel interaction technologies, affecting human behaviour, privacy and trust, landscape and ambient assisted living.

Keywords

  • Web of things
  • distributed computing
  • human-computer interaction
  • social network
  • ubiquitous computing

Editors and Affiliations

  • Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

    David V. Keyson

  • College of Information Studies, University of Maryland, Marylandm, USA

    Mary Lou Maher

  • Smart Future Initiative, Frankfurt, Germany

    Norbert Streitz

  • Keio University, Japan and National University of Singapore, Singapore

    Adrian Cheok

  • School of Computing and Mathematics, University of Ulster, Newtownabbey, UK

    Juan Carlos Augusto

  • Fraunhofer-Institut für Graphische Datenverarbeitung IGD, Darmstadt, Germany

    Reiner Wichert

  • Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Gwenn Englebienne

  • Ambient Intelligence Research Lab., Stanford University and Ghent University, Stanford, USA

    Hamid Aghajan

  • Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam and Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Ben J. A. Kröse

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