3rd Symposium of Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence 2008 [electronic resource] / edited by Juan M. Corchado, Dante I. Tapia, José Bravo.

By: Corchado, Juan M [editor.]Contributor(s): Tapia, Dante I [editor.] | Bravo, José [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Advances in Soft Computing: 51Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009Description: XII, 354 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540858676Subject(s): Engineering | Information systems | Artificial intelligence | Engineering mathematics | Engineering | Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Information Systems and Communication ServiceAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 519 LOC classification: TA329-348TA640-643Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
A Framework for the Reconfiguration of Ubicomp Systems -- HI3 Project: Software Architecture System for Elderly Care in a Retirement Home -- An Architecture for Secure Ambient Intelligence Environments -- An Architecture for Ambient Intelligent Environments -- A Hardware Based Infrastructure for Agent Protection -- Performance Evaluation of J2ME and Symbian Applications in Smart Camera Phones -- Extended Bluetooth Naming for Empowered Presence and Situated Interaction with Public Displays -- Infrastructural Support for Ambient Assisted Living -- ALZ-MAS 2.0; A Distributed Approach for Alzheimer Health Care -- Ambient Assisted Living -- Quality of Service in Wireless e-Emergency: Main Issues and a Case-Study -- Sentient Displays in Support of Hospital Work -- University Smart Poster: Study of NFC Technology Applications for University Ambient -- Touching Services: The Tag-NFC Structure -- Interaction by Contact for Supporting Alzheimer Sufferers -- Secure Integration of RFID Technology in Personal Documentation for Seamless Identity Validation -- Semantic Model for Facial Emotion to Improve the Human Computer Interaction in AmI -- Bridging the Gap between Services and Context in Ubiquitous Computing Environments Using an Effect- and Condition-Based Model -- Modeling the Context-Awareness Service in an Aspect-Oriented Middleware for AmI -- An Agent-Based Component for Identifying Elders’ At-Home Risks through Ontologies -- Risk Patient Help and Location System Using Mobile Technologies -- ATLINTIDA: A Robust Indoor Ultrasound Location System: Design and Evaluation -- Standard Multimedia Protocols for Localization in “Seamless Handover” Applications -- Location Based Services: A New Area for the Use of Super-Resolution Algorithms -- Developing Ubiquitous Applications through Service-Oriented Abstractions -- Flexeo: An Architecture for Integrating Wireless Sensor Networks into the Internet of Things -- A Mobile Peer-to-Peer Network of CBR Agents to Provide e-Assistance -- An Ambient Assisted-Living Architecture Based on Wireless Sensor Networks -- HERMES: A FP7 Funded Project towards Computer-Aided Memory Management Via Intelligent Computations -- Reinforcement Learning of Context Models for a Ubiquitous Personal Assistant -- An Approach to Dynamic Knowledge Extension and Semantic Reasoning in Highly-Mutable Environments -- Learning Accurate Temporal Relations from User Actions in Intelligent Environments -- Advanced Position Based Services to Improve Accessibility -- PIViTa: Taxonomy for Displaying Information in Pervasive and Collaborative Environments -- Data Management in the Ubiquitous Meteorological Data Service of the America’s Cup -- A Proposal for Facilitating Privacy-Aware Applications in Active Environments -- People as Ants: A Multi Pheromone Ubiquitous Approach for Intelligent Transport Systems -- A System of Cooperation Based on Ubiquitous Environments for Protection against Fires in Buildings -- CARM: Composable, Adaptive Resource Management System in Ubiquitous Computing Environments -- Mobile Habits: Inferring and Predicting User Activities with a Location-Aware Smartphone.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: The Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI) began as a workshop held in 2003 in San Sebastián (Spain) under the Spanish Artificial Intelligence Conference. This event gathered 32 attendees and 18 papers were presented. The second edition, already as a Symposium, took place in Granada (Spain) under the first Spanish Computer Science Conference (CEDI). Later, in 2006, a second workshop was celebrated in Ciudad Real and, in 2007; the second Symposium was organized in Zaragoza by the CEDI conference. Now we continue to work on the organization of this event in Salamanca, a beautiful Spanish city. The European Community and the Sixth and Seventh Framework Programs encourage researchers to explore the generic scope of the AmI vision. In fact, some researchers have a crucial role in this vision. Emile Aarts from Philips describes Ambient Intelligence as "the integration of technology into our environment, so that people can freely and interactively utilize it". This idea agrees with the proposal of Mark Weiser regarding the Ubiquitous Computing paradigm. The UCAmI community tries to join experts around the world in order to promote collaborations and to put into practice studies for involving people into intelligent environments so that the "Everyday Computing" concept can be a reality. The UCAmI technical program includes 40 papers (31 long paper, 6 short paper and 3 doctoral consortium) selected from a submission pool of 56 papers, from 11 different countries.
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A Framework for the Reconfiguration of Ubicomp Systems -- HI3 Project: Software Architecture System for Elderly Care in a Retirement Home -- An Architecture for Secure Ambient Intelligence Environments -- An Architecture for Ambient Intelligent Environments -- A Hardware Based Infrastructure for Agent Protection -- Performance Evaluation of J2ME and Symbian Applications in Smart Camera Phones -- Extended Bluetooth Naming for Empowered Presence and Situated Interaction with Public Displays -- Infrastructural Support for Ambient Assisted Living -- ALZ-MAS 2.0; A Distributed Approach for Alzheimer Health Care -- Ambient Assisted Living -- Quality of Service in Wireless e-Emergency: Main Issues and a Case-Study -- Sentient Displays in Support of Hospital Work -- University Smart Poster: Study of NFC Technology Applications for University Ambient -- Touching Services: The Tag-NFC Structure -- Interaction by Contact for Supporting Alzheimer Sufferers -- Secure Integration of RFID Technology in Personal Documentation for Seamless Identity Validation -- Semantic Model for Facial Emotion to Improve the Human Computer Interaction in AmI -- Bridging the Gap between Services and Context in Ubiquitous Computing Environments Using an Effect- and Condition-Based Model -- Modeling the Context-Awareness Service in an Aspect-Oriented Middleware for AmI -- An Agent-Based Component for Identifying Elders’ At-Home Risks through Ontologies -- Risk Patient Help and Location System Using Mobile Technologies -- ATLINTIDA: A Robust Indoor Ultrasound Location System: Design and Evaluation -- Standard Multimedia Protocols for Localization in “Seamless Handover” Applications -- Location Based Services: A New Area for the Use of Super-Resolution Algorithms -- Developing Ubiquitous Applications through Service-Oriented Abstractions -- Flexeo: An Architecture for Integrating Wireless Sensor Networks into the Internet of Things -- A Mobile Peer-to-Peer Network of CBR Agents to Provide e-Assistance -- An Ambient Assisted-Living Architecture Based on Wireless Sensor Networks -- HERMES: A FP7 Funded Project towards Computer-Aided Memory Management Via Intelligent Computations -- Reinforcement Learning of Context Models for a Ubiquitous Personal Assistant -- An Approach to Dynamic Knowledge Extension and Semantic Reasoning in Highly-Mutable Environments -- Learning Accurate Temporal Relations from User Actions in Intelligent Environments -- Advanced Position Based Services to Improve Accessibility -- PIViTa: Taxonomy for Displaying Information in Pervasive and Collaborative Environments -- Data Management in the Ubiquitous Meteorological Data Service of the America’s Cup -- A Proposal for Facilitating Privacy-Aware Applications in Active Environments -- People as Ants: A Multi Pheromone Ubiquitous Approach for Intelligent Transport Systems -- A System of Cooperation Based on Ubiquitous Environments for Protection against Fires in Buildings -- CARM: Composable, Adaptive Resource Management System in Ubiquitous Computing Environments -- Mobile Habits: Inferring and Predicting User Activities with a Location-Aware Smartphone.

The Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI) began as a workshop held in 2003 in San Sebastián (Spain) under the Spanish Artificial Intelligence Conference. This event gathered 32 attendees and 18 papers were presented. The second edition, already as a Symposium, took place in Granada (Spain) under the first Spanish Computer Science Conference (CEDI). Later, in 2006, a second workshop was celebrated in Ciudad Real and, in 2007; the second Symposium was organized in Zaragoza by the CEDI conference. Now we continue to work on the organization of this event in Salamanca, a beautiful Spanish city. The European Community and the Sixth and Seventh Framework Programs encourage researchers to explore the generic scope of the AmI vision. In fact, some researchers have a crucial role in this vision. Emile Aarts from Philips describes Ambient Intelligence as "the integration of technology into our environment, so that people can freely and interactively utilize it". This idea agrees with the proposal of Mark Weiser regarding the Ubiquitous Computing paradigm. The UCAmI community tries to join experts around the world in order to promote collaborations and to put into practice studies for involving people into intelligent environments so that the "Everyday Computing" concept can be a reality. The UCAmI technical program includes 40 papers (31 long paper, 6 short paper and 3 doctoral consortium) selected from a submission pool of 56 papers, from 11 different countries.

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