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MODELS
2010
Springer
9 years 9 months ago
Embedded Software Development with Projectional Language Workbenches
This paper describes a novel approach to embedded software development. Instead of using a combination of C code and modeling tools, we propose an approach where modeling and progr...
Markus Voelter
JUCS
2010
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Locating and Crawling eGovernment Services A Light-weight Semantic Approach
Abstract: The application of Web 2.0 tools and methodologies in the domain of eGovernment is not yet a fully exploited area due to the immaturity of the software support, and the l...
Luis Álvarez Sabucedo, Luis E. Anido-Rif&oa...
TLT
2008
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Lifelong Learner Modeling for Lifelong Personalized Pervasive Learning
Pervasive and ubiquitous computing has the potential to make huge changes in the ways that we will learn throughout our lives. This paper presents a vision for the lifelong user mo...
Judy Kay
ITIIS
2010
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A Recommender System for Device Sharing Based on Context-Aware and Personalization
In ubiquitous computing, invisible devices and software are connected to one another to provide convenient services to users [1][2]. Users hope to obtain a personalized service wh...
Jong-Hyun Park
IJRR
2010
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On the Topology of Discrete Strategies
This paper explores a topological perspective of planning in the presence of uncertainty, focusing on tasks specified by goal states in discrete spaces. The paper introduces stra...
Michael Erdmann
IJRR
2010
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On the Passive Force Closure Set of Planar Grasps and Fixtures
This paper considers grasps and fixtures whose contacts react according to force-displacement laws consistent with friction constrains at the contacts. The passive force closure s...
Amir Shapiro, Elon Rimon, Shraga Shoval
GC
2010
Springer
9 years 9 months ago
Degree Bounded Spanning Trees
In this paper, we give a sufficient condition for a graph to have a degree bounded spanning tree. Let n ≥ 1, k ≥ 3, c ≥ 0 and G be an n-connected graph. Suppose that for eve...
Jun Fujisawa, Hajime Matsumura, Tomoki Yamashita
SIGMOD
2008
ACM
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A tribute, not a memorial: understanding ambiguous loss
In this paper, I discuss ambiguous loss, why it is so traumatizing, what to do to lower the distress when someone disappears without a trace, and why a tribute is more appropriate...
Pauline Boss
PUC
2008
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Adapting paper prototyping for designing user interfaces for multiple display environments
A multiple display environment (MDE) networks personal and shared devices to form a virtual workspace, and designers are just beginning to grapple with the challenges of developing...
Brian P. Bailey, Jacob T. Biehl, Damon J. Cook, He...
PSYCHNOLOGY
2008
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Experiences of Evaluating Presence in Augmented Realities
This paper presents an overview of a study of 24 people who used an augmented reality game called TimeWarp. The paper initially discusses the game and evaluation methods chosen, i...
Rod McCall, Anne-Kathrin Braun
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