5 edition of 2004 4th Workshop on Applications and Services in Wireless Networks (ASWN) found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and author index.IEEE Catalog Number 04EX868--T.p. verso.Also issued online with additional title: Applications and Services in Wireless Networks, 2004, ASWN 2004, 2004 4th Workshop on.
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He presently teaches the computer graphics courses in Computer Science, computer-aided design in Architecture, computer animation in Art and CIS, and technology strategy in the Johnson Graduate School of Management. Game Developers Conference, San Jose, California March 25, 2004. [accepted] Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems NIPS 16 2003.
degree from the Munich Institute of Technology in 1966. Member, Program Committee, Fifth International Conference on Mobile Data Management. As part of the Nomad research project, he led a campus-wide pilot of 802. The group is studying convergence properties of variants of the basic protocol tailored to specific application requirements. Responsibility and Blame: A Structural-model Approach, IJCAI, Acapulco, Mexico August 2003. He has been an A.
Canadian Operational Research Society, Banff, Alberta. Proceedings of the Sixteenth IEEE Computer Security Foundations Workshop 187—201, July 2003. Faculty Advisor for the robotics club that helps high school and middle school students build and program robots to compete in the annual FIRST Robotics and FIRST Lego League competitions. Member, Program Committee, ACM SIGKDD International Conference, 2004. Advisor, CALS Technology Committee 2003—present.
Consulting Editor, Chicago Journal of Computer Science. Member, Editorial Board, Machine Learning 2003—present. Proceedings of the 2003 NIPS Conference 15.
To achieve the essence of the vision, in which the computing environment is gracefully integrated with human users, ubiquitous systems need to be context-aware .
As the computational resources augment the people and environment together, both of which can change their context rapidly, the services must adapt to new situations in order to be able to provide services that are suitable for the current situation.