In this paper, we present an implemented system for supporting group interaction in mobile distributed computing environments. First, an introduction to context computing and a motivation for using contextual information to facilitate group interaction is given. We then present the architecture of our system, which consists of two parts: a subsystem for location sensing that acquires information about the location of users as well as spatial proximities between them, and one for the actual context-aware application, which provides services for group interaction.
|Name||MobiWac'04 - Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Mobility Management and Wireless Access Protocols|
|Conference||2nd International Workshop on Mobility Management and Wireless Access (MobiWac 2004)|
|Period||26.09.2004 → 01.10.2004|
- Context awareness
- Group interaction
- Location sensing
- Sensor fusion