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COMCOM
2011
8 years 11 months ago
Reconstructing social interactions using an unreliable wireless sensor network
In the very active field of complex networks, research advances have largely been stimulated by the availability of empirical data and the increase in computational power needed ...
Adrien Friggeri, Guillaume Chelius, Eric Fleury, A...
EWSN
2009
Springer
10 years 4 months ago
Sundial: Using Sunlight to Reconstruct Global Timestamps
Abstract. This paper investigates postmortem timestamp reconstruction in environmental monitoring networks. In the absence of a timesynchronization protocol, these networks use mul...
Jayant Gupchup, Razvan Musaloiu-Elefteri, Alexande...
PUC
2010
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8 years 10 months ago
Identifying and facilitating social interaction with a wearable wireless sensor network
We have designed a highly versatile badge system to facilitate a variety of interaction at large professional or social events and serve as a platform for conducting research into ...
Joseph A. Paradiso, Jonathan Gips, Mathew Laibowit...
ISWC
2002
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
Minimal Social Weight User Interactions for Wearable Computers in Business Suits
This paper presents the e-SUIT, a wearable computer incorporated in a traditional business suit. A key feature of the system is an array of input/output devices integrated into th...
Aaron Toney, Barrie Mulley, Bruce H. Thomas, Wayne...
CHI
2005
ACM
10 years 4 months ago
Giving the caller the finger: collaborative responsibility for cellphone interruptions
We present a system in which a cell phone decides whether to ring by accepting votes from the others in a conversation with the called party. When a call comes in, the phone first...
Stefan Marti, Chris Schmandt
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