August 30th - September 3rd

German-Israeli Minerva School for Ubiquitous Display Environments: Intelligent Group Interaction, Foundations and Implementation of Pervasive Multimodal Interfaces


 

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German-Israeli Minerva School for Ubiquitous Display Environments: Intelligent Group Interaction, Foundations and Implementation of Pervasive Multimodal Interfaces

August 30th - September 3rd
 

Organized by Antonio Kr├╝ger and Tsvi Kuflik


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Minerva School book

 

 

During the Minerva school for ubiquitous display environments it was decided to publish a book containing chapters related the talks given, as a collection of resources for the school participants and others interested in this topics.

The book is now in work and includes the following chapters (more to come) and their status:

 

 

Chapter  Title

Status

The Design, Deployment and Evaluation of Situated Display based Systems to Support Coordination and Community

Completed

Audience Measurement for Digital Signage: Exploring the Audience's Perspective

Completed

xioScreen - Experiences Gained from Building a Series of Prototypes of Interactive Public Displays

Under review

Analysis and Prediction of Museum Visitors' Behavioral Patterns Types

Completed

Considering the aesthetics of ubiquitous displays

Completed

Perspectives on Reasoning about Time

Completed

Virtual technologies and empowerment of users of rehabilitation

Completed

Challenges and Solutions of Ubiquitous User Modeling

Completed

Shared Interfaces for Co-Located Interaction

Under review

From Research to Practice: Automated Negotiations with People

Completed

Making use of information: Modeling user decisions in ubiquitous display environments

In work

Multimodal fusion in context-aware environments

Completed

User Modeling for Instrumented Environments

Completed

Context-sensitive Display Environments

Completed