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Investigating research issues in ubiquitous computing: The capture, integration, and access problem
 

Summary: Investigating research issues in ubiquitous computing:
The capture, integration, and access problem
Principal Investigator
Gregory D. Abowd
College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 303320280
(404)8947512
abowd@cc.gatech.edu
www.cc.gatech.edu/fac/Gregory.Abowd

Project Summary
The interest in ubiquitous computing has surged over the past few years. The defining characteristic of
ubiquitous computing is the attempt to break away from the traditional desktop interaction paradigm and
move computational power into the environment that surrounds the user. As Mark Weiser has observed,
``Applications are of course the whole point of ubiquitous computing.'' The Future Computing Environments
Group at Georgia Tech, under the guidance of the PI, is taking this applications perspective to guide the
discovery of fundamental research challenges in ubiquitous computing.
In this proposal, we focus on automating the capture of individual and group experiences in order to
facilitate access to a richly integrated record of events. We refer to this as the automated capture, integration

  

Source: Abowd, Gregory D. - College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences