Author Archives: nclab
Our paper entitled “An Efficient Dataflow Execution Method for Mobile Context Monitoring Applications” was accepted to PerCom 2012.
Our paper entitled “Transforming Solitary Exercises into Social Exergames” was accepted to CSCW 2012.
Our paper entitled “E-Gesture: A Collaborative Architecture for Energy-efficient Gesture Recognition with Hand-worn Sensor and Mobile Devices” was accepted to SenSys 2011.
Our paper entitled “Exploring Serendipitous Social Networks: Sharing Immediate Situations among Unacquainted Individuals” was accepted to MobileHCI 2011
Our paper entitled “AdNext: A Visit-Pattern-Aware Mobile Advertising System for Urban Commercial Complexes” was accepted in ACM HotMobile 2011.
Our paper entitled “Contrasting Opposing Views of News Articles on Contentious Issues” was accepted to ACL 2011 (June. 2011, Portland, Oregon, USA)
Our paper entitled “The Politics of Comments: Predicting Political Orientation of News Stories with Commenters’ Sentiment Patterns” was accepted to ACM CSCW 2011 (Mar. 2011, Hangzhou, China)
Our paper entitled “Exploring Inter-child Behavioral Relativity in a Shared Social Environment: A Field Study in a Kindergarten” was accepted to the UbiComp 2010 (Sep. 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark)
Our paper entitled “Orchestrator: An Active Resource Orchestration Framework for Mobile Context Monitoring in Sensor-rich Mobile Environments” was accepted to the IEEE PerCom 2010 (Mar. 2010, Mannheim, Germany) (Acceptance Ratio: 12%)
The NCLab investigates new types of semantics, services, and technologies to overcome these challenges and realize future ubiquitous services. More specifically, We newly introduce to the research communities the notion of large-scale wide-area ubiquitous services and are leading the research … Continue reading