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Context Awareness Research
  • Active Badge: http://www.uk.research.att.com/ab.html
  • Claes Frisk: Location and Context Awareness in Adaptive Personal Communication Services (http://www.pcs.ellemtel.net/~eubclfr/PCC/context.html)
  • Gregory D. Abowd's FCE group (http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fce)
  • Nitin Sawhney: (http://www.media.mit.edu/people/nitin/papers/publications.html)
  • The University of Kent at Canterbury's (UKC) mobile & context-aware computing web page. (http://www.cs.ukc.ac.uk/research/infosys/mobicomp/)
  • Location/Context Aware Personal Communication (graduate course in Teleinformatics) (http://www.it.kth.se/edu/Ph.D/LocationAware/aware.vt98.html)
  • Developing A Context Sensitive Tourist Guide, by Keith Mitchell (http://www.laas.research.ec.org/cabernet/research/radicals/1998/papers/mitchell.html)
  • HUC'99 (http://www.teco.edu/huc/) and HUC'2000 (http://www.csm.uwe.ac.uk/faculty/cpim/huc2k/)
  • ISWC'2000: (http://iswc.gatech.edu)
  • Workshops concerning Context Awareness at CHI'2000: "Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous computing" (http://www.teco.edu/chi2000ws/) and "The What,Who, Where, When, Why and How of Context-Awareness" (http://mcs.open.ac.uk/drm48/chi2000.htm)
  • Starlab Projects related to TEA
  • Comris : i³ project that develops wearable coupling between real and virtual worlds, leading to a co-habited mixed reality.
  • Today's Stories : develops an approach to learning for young children (4 to 8) that is aimed at the development of social, communicative and emotional skills in the context of their everyday activities.
  • I-wear : A Starlab consortium focusing on intelligent clothes.
  • MUSE: A context aware assistant for orientation in office spaces, uses the first TEA sensorboard.
  • AIS: is devoted to immunological computation and artificial immune systems, which also uses the TEA board for sensing.
  • last update: 27/06/2000 by Kristof Van Laerhoven the previous sites can still be found here and here