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Schmidt, Albrecht 1970-

Works: 15 works in 75 publications in 3 languages and 1,426 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Case studies 
Roles: Editor, Opponent, 958, Other
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works by Albrecht Schmidt
Pervasive computing : third international conference, PERVASIVE 2005, Munich, Germany, May 8-13, 2005 ; proceedings by Hans-W Gellersen( )

20 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 579 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

WelcometotheproceedingsofPervasive2005,The3rdInternationalConference on Pervasive Computing. We were honored to serve as chairs in this conference series, which was founded in 2002 and is now emerging as one of the most respected venues for publication of research on pervasive and ubiquitous c- puting. The conference is attracting research submissions of very high quality from all over the world, and from researchers representing a variety of disciplines and perspectives. We thank everybody who submitted their papers to Pervasive, demonstrating the extensive work going on in this area; and the Program C- mittee and our external reviewers who spent countless hours providing feedback and guidance in order to create the?nal program. This year we received 130 submissions. By the end of the review process, we had 566 reviews on?le, as well as long email discussion threads for each paper. In an initial phase we had each paper reviewed by two members of the Program Committee and two external reviewers. In a second phase, each paper wasdiscussedbyitsfourreviewerstoreachconsensusastoitstechnicalmerit. At the end of this phase, the top-rated papers as well as those that were found to be most controversial were selected for discussion at the PC meeting and reviewed by an additional PC member. The result being that each paper discussed in the PC meeting had 5 reviews and was read by three people who participated in the meeting, leading to a very informed and lively discussion
UbiComp 2003 : ubiquitous computing : 5th international conference, Seattle, WA, USA, October 12-15, 2003 : proceedings by Anind K Dey( )

25 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 352 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

UbiComp 2003, the 5th Annual Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, is the premier forum for presentation of research results in all areas relating to the - sign, implementation, deployment and evaluation of ubiquitous computing te- nologies. The conference brings together leading researchers, from a variety of disciplines, perspectives and geographical areas, who are exploring the impli- tions of computing as it moves beyond the desktop and becomes increasingly interwoven into the fabrics of our lives. This volume, the conference proceedings, contains the entire collection of high-quality full papers and technical notes from UbiComp 2003. There were 16 full papers in this year’s conference, selected by our international program committee from among 117 submissions. There were also 11 technical notes in the program: 8 taken from the 36 technical note submissions, and 3 that were adapted from full paper submissions. We are very grateful to Tim Kindberg and Bernt Schiele, our Technical Notes Co-chairs, and to all the authors and reviewers of both papers and technical notes who contributed to maintaining the high standards of quality for the conference. In addition to the full papers and technical notes, UbiComp 2003 also p- vided a number of other participation categories, including workshops, dem- strations, interactive posters, a panel, a doctoral colloquium and a video p- gram. While accepted submissions in these categories were also of high quality, timing and size constraints prevented us from including them in this volume
Eye tracking and visualization : foundations, techniques, and applications by Michael Burch( )

9 editions published between 2017 and 2018 in English and held by 214 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book discusses research, methods, and recent developments in the interdisciplinary field that spans research in visualization, eye tracking, human-computer interaction, and psychology. It presents extended versions of papers from the First Workshop on Eye Tracking and Visualization (ETVIS), which was organized as a workshop of the IEEE VIS Conference 2015. Topics include visualization and visual analytics of eye-tracking data, metrics and cognitive models, eye-tracking experiments in the context of visualization interfaces, and eye tracking in 3D and immersive environments. The extended ETVIS papers are complemented by a chapter offering an overview of visualization approaches for analyzing eye-tracking data and a chapter that discusses electrooculography (EOG) as an alternative of acquiring information about eye movements
Mensch und Computer 2015--workshop by Anette Weisbecker( )

5 editions published in 2015 in 3 languages and held by 120 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pervasive Computing (vol. # 3468) Third International Conference, PERVASIVE 2005, Munich, Germany, May 8-13, 2005, Proceedings by Hans-W Gellersen( )

5 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 43 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

UbiComp 2003: Ubiquitous Computing 5th International Conference, Seattle, WA, USA, October 12-15, 2003. Proceedings by Anind K Dey( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

MobileHCI'13 : proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services : August 27-30, 2013, Munich, Germany by MobileHCI (Conference)( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

TEI '08 : second International Conference on Tangible and Embedded Interaction : February 18-20 2008, Bonn, Germany : conference proceedings by International Conference on Tangible and Embedded Interaction( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Augmented human '13 : 4th international conference; [proceedings of the 4th Augmented Human International Conference]; [(AH'13)]; March 7-8, 2013, Stuttgart, Germany by Augmented Human International Conference( )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Proceedings of the 7th Augmented Human International Conference : 2015, Geneva, Switzerland : AH2016 by Augmented Human International Conference( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pervasive Displays 2018 : the 7th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays : proceedings : Munich, Germany, June 6-8, 2018 by International Symposium on Pervasive Displays( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Embodied Interaction for Data Manipulation Tasks on Wall-sized Displays by Can Liu( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Large data sets are used acceleratingly in various professional domains, such as medicine and business. This rises challenges in managing and using them, typically including sense-making, searching and classifying. This does not only require advanced algorithms to process the data sets automatically, but also need users' direct interaction to make initial judgment or to correct mistakes from the machine work. This dissertation explores this problem domain and study users' direct interaction with scattered large data sets. Human body is made for interacting with the physical world, from micro scope to very large scales. We can naturally coordinate ourselves to see, hear, touch and move to interact with the environment in various scales. Beyond individual, humans collaborate with each other through communication and coordination. Based on Dourish's definitioncite{2001:AFE:513034}, Embodied Interaction encourages interaction designers to take advantage of users' existing skills in the physical world, when designing the interaction with digital artefacts. I argue that large interactive spaces enable embodied user interaction with data spread over space, by leveraging users' physical abilities such as walking, approaching and orienting. Beyond single users, co-located environments provide multiple users with physical awareness and verbal gestural communication. While single users' physical actions have been augmented to be various input modalities in existing research, the augmentation of between-user resources has been less explored. In this dissertation, I first present an experiment that formally evaluates the advantage of single users performing a data manipulation task on a wall-sized display, comparing to on a desktop computer. It shows that using users' physical movements to navigate in a large data surface, outperforms existing digital navigation techniques on a desktop computer such as Focus+Context. With the same experimental task, I then study the interaction efficiency of collaborative data manipulation with a wall-sized display, in loosely or closely coupled collaboration styles. The experiment measures the effect of providing a Shared Interaction Technique, in which collaborators perform part of an action each to issue a command. The results conclude its benefits in terms of efficiency, user engagement as well as physical fatigue. Finally, I explore the concept of augmenting human-to-human interaction with shared interaction techniques, and illustrate a design space of such techniques for supporting collaborative data manipulation. I report the design, implementation and evaluation of a set of these techniques and discuss the future work
CHI 2014 : one of a CHInd by CHI Conference( Book )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Supporting collaborative practices across wall-sized displays with video-mediated communication by Ignacio Avellino( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La collaboration entre plusieurs personnes peut prendre plusieurs formes, et la technologie soutient depuis longtemps ces pratiques. Mais lorsque la collaboration doit se faire à distance, est-elle aussi bien assistée par la technologie ? Dans ce travail, je soutiens l'idée selon laquelle le succès d'un système de télécommunications ne dépend pas de sa capacité à imiter une collaboration colocalisée, mais dans sa capacité à faciliter les pratiques collaboratives découlant des caractéristiques spécifiques de la technologie. J'explore cet argument en utilisant un mur d'écrans en tant que technologie collaborative. J'ai commencé par observer des collaborateurs effectuer leur travail quotidien à distance en utilisant des prototypes. Ensuite j'ai conduit des expériences et j'ai trouvé que les utilisateurs peuvent interpréter avec précision les instructions déictiques à distance et le regard direct quand un collaborateur à distance est affiché par une vidéo, même si celle-ci n'est pas placée directement devant l'observateur. À partir de ces résultats, j'ai créé CamRay, un outil de télécommunication qui utilise une rangée de caméras pour enregistrer le visage des utilisateurs lorsqu'ils parcourent physiquement les données le long de l'écran et présente cette vidéo sur un autre mur d'écrans distant par dessus le contenu existant. Je propose deux possibilités pour afficher la vidéo: Follow-Local, où le flux vidéo de l'utilisateur distant suit l'utilisateur local, et Follow-Remote où il suit l'utilisateur distant. Je montre que Follow-Remote préserve les relations spatiales entre le collaborateur à distance et le contenu de l'écran, créant ainsi la possibilité de désigner les objets par des gestes de pointage, tandis que Follow-Local facilite les conversations grâce à un face-à-face virtuel qui transmet plus facilement la communication gestuelle. Finalement, je me base sur ces résultats pour guider la conception de futurs systèmes de communications à distance entre murs d'écrans, et dégager des considérations à suivre lorsque des capacités de communication à distance sont ajoutées à de nouvelles technologies
Pervasive computing Third International Conference, PERVASIVE 2005 : Munich, Germany, May 8-13, 2005 : proceedings by PERVASIVE( )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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Pervasive computing : third international conference, PERVASIVE 2005, Munich, Germany, May 8-13, 2005 ; proceedings Pervasive Computing (vol. # 3468) Third International Conference, PERVASIVE 2005, Munich, Germany, May 8-13, 2005, Proceedings
UbiComp 2003 : ubiquitous computing : 5th international conference, Seattle, WA, USA, October 12-15, 2003 : proceedingsPervasive Computing (vol. # 3468) Third International Conference, PERVASIVE 2005, Munich, Germany, May 8-13, 2005, Proceedings
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Albrecht Schmidt computer scientist