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Pub. period:2005-2013
Pub. count:27
Number of co-authors:35



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Nadir Weibel

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I am working at the intersection of computer science, communication, and social sciences, studying the cognitive consequences of the introduction and the deployment of interactive multimodal and tangible devices. My main interests ranges from software engineering to human computer interaction, including computer supported collaborative work, mobile and ubiquitous computing. In my past research I explored new ways of enhancing a seemingly mundane, but ubiquitous, resource such as paper to support everyday work, interaction and collaboration. During my Ph.D. I investigated how to support and extend the authoring and publishing infrastructure for Interactive Paper documents, providing distinctive ways of interweaving paper documents with digital materials. I am currently looking at how to extend digital paper technology to other aspects of cognition and HCI such as social networks, speech-language therapy, multimodal interactions with large wall displays, and observational analysis tools.

 

Publications by Nadir Weibel (bibliography)

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Boy, Guy A., Grossman, Tovi, Kusunoki, Diana S., Sarcevic, Aleksandra, Weibel, Nadir, Marsic, Ivan, Zhang, Zhan and Tuveson, Genevieve (2013): From STEM to STEAM: toward a human-centred education, creativity & learning thinking. In: Boy, Guy A., Pinet, Jean, Boy, Guy A. and Boy, Guy A. (eds.) 31st European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics Sept., 2013, Toulouse, France. .

The 20th century was based on local linear engineering of complicated systems. We made cars, airplanes and chemical plants for example. The 21st century has opened a new basis for holistic non-linear design of complex systems, such as the Internet and air traffic management. Interconnectivity, communication and interaction are major attributes of our evolving society. But, more interestingly, we have started to understand that chaos theory may be more important than reductionism, to better understand and thrive on Earth. Systems need to be investigated and tested as wholes, which requires a cross-disciplinary approach and new conceptual principles and tools. Consequently, schools cannot continue to only teach isolated disciplines based on simple reductionism. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) should also be integrated together with the Arts to promote creativity together with rationalization, and move (back) to STEAM (with an "A" for Arts). This concept shift emphasizes the possibility of longer-term socio-technical futures instead of short-term financial predictions that currently lead to uncontrolled economies. Human-centred design (HCD) can contribute to not only improving education technologies, systems and practices, but also as a discipline offering an integrated approach to learning by doing, expressing and critiquing, exploring possible futures, and understanding complex systems: HCD supports learning thinking.

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2012
 
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Piper, Anne Marie, Weibel, Nadir and Hollan, James D. (2012): A pen-based toolkit for authoring collaborative language activities. In: Companion Proceedings of ACM CSCW12 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 2012. pp. 269-270. Available online

Hybrid paper-digital interfaces enabled by digital pens are a promising approach for supporting collaborative language, communication, and socialization activities. Digital pens enhance interaction with traditional paper content by playing and recording audio and recognizing handwriting and gestures. Currently, generating custom interactive paper documents involves some programming, limiting its use by many user groups (e.g., educators and families) who might especially benefit from application of hybrid paper-digital interfaces in their practices. To address this need, we developed an end-user Toolkit for Authoring Pen and Paper Language Activities (TAP&PLAY). End-users are able to quickly create custom interactive materials to support collocated interaction between children, teachers, and family members.

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Satyanarayan, Arvind, Weibel, Nadir and Hollan, James (2012): Using overlays to support collaborative interaction with display walls. In: Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces 2012. pp. 105-108. Available online

Large-scale display walls, and the high-resolution visualizations they support, promise to become ubiquitous. Natural interaction with them, especially in collaborative environments, is increasingly important and yet remains an on-going challenge. Part of the problem is a resolution mismatch between low-resolution input devices and high-resolution display walls. In addition, enabling concurrent use by multiple users is difficult -- for example, how would this large workspace be managed for multiple users and what novel collaborative interactions could occur? In this paper, we present an overlay interface element superimposed on wall-display applications to help constrain interaction, focus attention on subsections of a display wall, and facilitate a collaborative multi-user workflow.

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Weibel, Nadir, Fouse, Adam, Emmenegger, Colleen, Kimmich, Sara and Hutchins, Edwin (2012): Let's look at the cockpit: exploring mobile eye-tracking for observational research on the flight deck. In: Proceedings of the 2012 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications 2012. pp. 107-114. Available online

As part of our research on multimodal analysis and visualization of activity dynamics, we are exploring the integration of data produced by a variety of sensor technologies within ChronoViz, a tool aimed at supporting the simultaneous visualization of multiple streams of time series data. This paper reports on the integration of a mobile eye-tracking system with data streams collected from HD video cameras, microphones, digital pens, and simulation environments. We focus on the challenging environment of the commercial airline flight deck, analyzing the use of mobile eye tracking systems in aviation human factors and reporting on techniques and methods that can be applied in this and other domains in order to successfully collect, analyze and visualize eye-tracking data in combination with the array of data types supported by ChronoViz.

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Fouse, Adam, Weibel, Nadir, Hutchins, Edwin and Hollan, James D. (2011): ChronoViz: a system for supporting navigation of time-coded data. In: Proceedings of ACM CHI 2011 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2011. pp. 299-304. Available online

We present ChronoViz, a system to aid annotation, visualization, navigation, and analysis of multimodal time-coded data. Exploiting interactive paper technology, ChronoViz also integrates researcher's paper notes into the composite data set. Researchers can navigate data in multiple ways, taking advantage of synchronized visualizations and annotations. The goal is to decrease the time and effort required to analyze multimodal data by providing direct indexing and flexible mechanisms to control data exploration.

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Steimle, Jrgen, Weibel, Nadir, Olberding, Simon, Mhlhuser, Max and Hollan, James D. (2011): PLink: paper-based links for cross-media information spaces. In: Proceedings of ACM CHI 2011 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2011. pp. 1969-1974. Available online

PLink is a system for integrating physical and computer desktops by creating paper links to digital resources. PLink leverages diverse formats of physical paper, ranging from tiny stickers that can be easily incorporated into traditional paper media to very large deskpad sheets that make the physical desktop partially interactive. We present PLink and initial results from a multi-week field study.

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Cowan, Lisa G., Weibel, Nadir, Pina, Laura R., Hollan, James D. and Griswold, William G. (2011): Ubiquitous sketching for social media. In: Proceedings of 13th Conference on Human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services 2011. pp. 395-404. Available online

Digital social media have transformed how we communicate and manage our relationships. Despite its portability, sketching as a social medium has been largely left behind. Given sketching's unique affordances for visual communication this absence is a real loss. Sketches convey visuo-spatial ideas directly, require minimal detail to render concepts, and show the peculiarities of handwriting. Sketching holds the promise to enrich how we communicate, and its ubiquity is critical for sharing information at opportune moments. We present the results of an exploratory field study of ubiquitous sketching for social media, documenting users' experiences with UbiSketch. This system integrates digital pens, paper, and mobile phones to support the transmission of paper sketches to online services. We learned that UbiSketch enabled participants to leverage sketching's unique affordances, that ubiquitous sketching creates a synergy with the practice of posting context-dependent information, and that it broadens and deepens social interaction.

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2010
 
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Weibel, Nadir, Cowan, Lisa G., Pina, Laura R., Griswold, William G. and Hollan, James D. (2010): Enabling social interactions through real-time sketch-based communication. In: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2010. pp. 405-406. Available online

We present UbiSketch, a tool for ubiquitous real-time sketch-based communication. We describe the UbiSketch system, which enables people to create doodles, drawings, and notes with digital pens and paper and publish them quickly and easily via their mobile phones to social communication channels, such as Facebook, Twitter, and email. The natural paper-based social interaction enabled by UbiSketch has the potential to enrich current mobile communication practices.

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Weibel, Nadir, Piper, Anne Marie and Hollan, James D. (2010): HIPerPaper: introducing pen and paper interfaces for ultra-scale wall displays. In: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2010. pp. 407-408. Available online

While recent advances in graphics, display, and computer hardware support ultra-scale visualizations of a tremendous amount of data sets, mechanisms for interacting with this information on large high-resolution wall displays are still under investigation. Different issues in terms of user interface, ergonomics, multi-user interaction, and system flexibility arise while facing ultra-scale wall displays and none of the introduced approaches fully address them. We introduce HIPerPaper, a novel digital pen and paper interface that enables natural interaction with the HIPerSpace wall, a 31.8 by 7.5 foot tiled wall display of 268,720,000 pixels. HIPerPaper provides a flexible, portable, and inexpensive medium for interacting with large high-resolution wall displays.

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Weibel, Nadir, Piper, Anne Marie and Hollan, James D. (2010): Exploring pen and paper interaction with high-resolution wall displays. In: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2010. pp. 455-456. Available online

We introduce HIPerPaper, a novel digital pen and paper interface that enables natural interaction with a 31.8 by 7.5 foot tiled wall display of 268,720,000 pixels. HIPerPaper provides a flexible, portable, and inexpensive medium for interacting with large high-resolution wall displays. While the size and resolution of such displays allow visualization of data sets of a scale not previously possible, mechanisms for interacting with wall displays remain challenging. HIPerPaper enables multiple concurrent users to select, move, scale, and rotate objects on a high-dimension wall display.

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Piper, Anne Marie, Weibel, Nadir and Hollan, James D. (2010): Introducing Multimodal Paper-Digital Interfaces for Speech-Language Therapy. In: Proceedings of ASSETS 2010, 12th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility October, 2010, Orlando, FL, USA. .

After a stroke or brain injury, it may be more difficult to understand language and communicate with others. Speech-language therapy may help an individual regain language and cope with changes in their communication abilities. Our research examines the process of speech-language therapy with an emphasis on the practices of therapists working with adults with aphasia and apraxia of speech. This paper presents findings from field work undertaken to inform the design of a mixed paper-digital interface prototype using multimodal digital pens. We describe and analyze therapists' initial reactions to the system and present two case studies of use by older adults undergoing speech-language therapy. We discuss the utility of multimodal paper-digital interfaces to assist therapy and describe our vision of a system to help therapists independently create custom interactive paper materials for their clients.

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Weibel, Nadir (2009): A Publishing Infrastructure for Interactive Paper Documents: Supporting Interactions across the Paper-Digital Divide. Zurich, ETH Zurich

Paper has been repeatedly recognised as an important medium for exchanging, editing and managing documents throughout the document life-cycle. Despite their static nature, paper documents still represent one of the preferred way of handling information in di fferent situations, such as on the move or in collaboration. In order to overcome the limitations of paper and exploit the advantages of digital interfaces, new technologies for interactive paper have been introduced in recent years. Technologies such as the Anoto Digital Pen and Paper enable users to access digital information through interactions with printed copies. Links to digital content and services are defi ned on paper and activated when users interact with the paper sheet by means of a digital pen. Various research projects have investigated how to best enable interactions with digital services through interactive paper interfaces. The developed prototypes showed the potential of the available technologies for bridging the paper-digital divide and how paper and digital documents can be eff ectively interwoven. However, most of the existing approaches concentrate on enriching paper-digital interactions only, very often forgetting to take into account the process of producing interactive paper documents and the e ffective management of information across the two interfaces. The current lack of support for generating rich interactive paper documents leads to a separation of paper-digital documents in two detached entities, that can hardly be mapped again as the paper and digital instances of the same document. To further enrich the information exchange across the paper-digital boundary and to support a better management of paper-digital documents, we introduce a set of general concepts and models for supporting a novel information-centric infrastructure for publishing interactive paper documents. Our approach supports the automatic and semi-automatic generation of paper-based links to digital information, by intercepting the publishing process of a digital document and applying document analysis techniques to the underlying document models. Furthermore, the presented solution supports the large-scale production of interactive paper documents with the aid of a Web Content Management System (CMS), thus enabling the development of innovative paper-based Web applications. Finally, our approach also enables the management of information that continuously moves between the digital and the paper worlds, allowing users to work with the medium that is best suited to a particular task. The introduction of a novel document model for storing mixed physical-digital information fully supports the bidirectional mapping of paper and digital interactions at di fferent granularity levels. We implemented our publishing framework on top of the existing infrastructure for interactive paper off ered by the iPaper/iServer system. However, the approach and the architecture are general enough to be applied to other toolkits as well. Our framework supports the management of di fferent document models and the coupling with a range of authoring tools, through the defi nition of a flexible plug-in interface. Furthermore, the developed publishing framework also provides extended support for generating and printing Anoto-based interactive paper documents. The generality, flexibility and extensibility of the presented infrastructure enable the rapid development of plug-ins for diff erent kinds of documents, services and interactions, thus supporting the rapid prototyping of innovative rich interactive paper applications. Our approach has been validated through the development of a range of applications and prototypes enabling rich interactions across the paper-digital divide. These prototypes have been presented and discussed with academic and industrial partners from computer science, printed and organic electronics, paper engineering, social science, the publishing industry and interaction design. We believe that the provision of a central infrastructure for publishing interactive paper documents and the handling of the underlying information in a data-centric way, as enabled by our approach, are the key to support the seamless transition between the digital and paper worlds. Our innovative publishing infrastructure supports a full interplay between paper and digital documents, eventually enabling the development of richer interactive paper applications.

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2008
 
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Decurtins, Corsin, Norrie, Moira C., Reuss, Elke and Weibel, Nadir (2008): Context-aware Peripheral News and Awareness Display. In: IE 2008, 4th International Conference on Intelligent Environments July, 2008, Seattle, USA. .

 
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Norrie, Moira C., Signer, Beat and Weibel, Nadir (2008): Interactive Paper as a Reading Medium in Digital Libraries. In: ECDL 2008, 12th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries September 14-19, 2008, Aarhus, Denmark. .

 
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Weibel, Nadir, Ispas, Adriana, Signer, Beat and Norrie, Moira C. (2008): PaperProof: A Paper-Digital Proof-Editing System. In: CHI 5-10 April, 2008, Florence, Italy. pp. 2349-2354. Available online

We present PaperProof, a paper-digital proof-editing application that allows users to edit digital documents by means of gesture-based mark-up of their printed versions. This enables users to switch seamlessly back and forth between paper and digital instances of a document throughout the document lifecycle, working with whichever medium is preferred for a given task. Importantly, by maintaining a logical mapping between the printed and digital instances, editing operations on paper can later be integrated into the digital document even if other users have edited the digital version in parallel. The system is based on Anoto digital pen and paper technology and is implemented using the iPaper framework for interactive paper.

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Liwicki, Marcus, Schumacher, Kinga, Dengel, Andreas, Weibel, Nadir, Signer, Beat and Norrie, Moira C. (2008): Pen and Paper-based Interaction with the Semantic Desktop. In: DAS 2008, 8th IAPR International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems September 16-19, 2008, Nara, Japan. .

 
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Norrie, Moira C., Signer, Beat and Weibel, Nadir (2008): Interactive Paper as a Reading Medium in Digital Libraries. In: Proceedings of ECDL 2008, 12th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries September, 2008, Aarhus, Denmark. . Available online

 
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Liwicki, Marcus, Schumacher, Kinga, Dengel, Andreas, Weibel, Nadir, Signer, Beat and Norrie, Moira C. (2008): Pen and Paper-based Interaction with the Semantic Desktop. In: Proceedings of DAS 2008, 8th IAPR International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems September, 2008, Nara, Japan. . Available online

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Weibel, Nadir, Norrie, Moira C. and Signer, Beat (2007): A Model for Mapping between Printed and Digital Document Instances. In: Proceedings of DocEng 2007, ACM Symposium on Document Engineering August 28-31, 2007, Winnipeg, Canada. .

The first steps towards bridging the paper-digital divide have been achieved with the development of a range of technologies that allow printed documents to be linked to digital content and services. However, the static nature of paper and limited structural information encoded in classical paginated format make it difficult to map between parts of a printed instance of a document and logical elements of a digital instance of the same document, especially taking document revisions into account. We present a solution to this problem based on a model that combines metadata of the digital and printed instances to enable a seamless mapping between digital documents and their physical counterparts on paper. We also describe how the model was used to develop iDoc, a framework that supports the authoring and publishing of interactive paper documents.

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Norrie, Moira C., Signer, Beat, Grossniklaus, Michael, Belotti, Rudi, Decurtins, Corsin and Weibel, Nadir (2007): Context-Aware Platform for Mobile Data Management. In Journal on Wireless Networks (WINET), . Available online

Interaction design is a major issue for mobile information systems in terms of not only the choice of input/output channels and presentation of information, but also the application of context-awareness. To support experimentation with these factors, we have developed platforms to support the rapid prototyping of multi-channel, multi-modal, context-aware applications. The Java-based platform presented here is based on an integration of a cross-media link server and an object-oriented framework for advanced content publishing, along with a Client Controller and Context Engine. We also describe how this platform was used to develop a mobile tourist information system for an international arts festival where interaction was based on a combination of interactive paper and speech output.

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Grossniklaus, Michael, Norrie, Moira C., Signer, Beat and Weibel, Nadir (2007): Producing Interactive Paper Documents based on Multi-Channel Content Publishing. In: Grossniklaus, Michael (ed.) Proceedings of AXMEDIS 2007, 3rd International Conference on Automated Production of Cross Media Content for Multi-channel Distribution November 28-30, 2007, Barcelona, Spain. . Available online

Digital pen and paper technologies provide the basis for linking digital content and services to printed materials in the form of interactive paper publications. To realise the potential of these technologies, it is important to develop platforms and tools that can support the large-scale publishing of interactive paper documents. We show how an extensible content management system (XCM) that was developed to support context-aware publishing was used for the production of interactive paper documents. The publishing process consists of two phases and requires one channel to support the production of the document together with cross-media link definitions and a second channel to support interaction with the document.

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Weibel, Nadir, Signer, Beat, Ponti, Patrick and Norrie, Moira C. (2007): PaperProof: A Paper-Digital Proof-Editing System. In: Signer, Beat and Ponti, Patrick (eds.) Proceedings of CoPADD 2007, 2nd Workshop on Collaborating over Paper and Digital Documents November 9, 2007, London, UK. . Available online

Recent approaches for linking paper and digital information or services tend to be based on a one-time publishing of digital information where changes to the printed document become isolated from its digital source. Structural information which is available when authoring a digital document is lost during the printing process making it difficult to map interactions within the physical document to the corresponding elements of the digital document. We identify the necessary requirements for an integrated digital and paper-based document lifecycle and present our solution which supports a seamless transition between digital and physical document instances. PaperProof is presented as a paper-based proof-editing application that exploits our new approach for mapping pen-based interactions with paper documents to the corresponding operations in the digital document instance.

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2006
 
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Signer, Beat, Norrie, Moira C., Grossniklaus, Michael, Belotti, Rudi, Decurtins, Corsin and Weibel, Nadir (2006): Paper-Based Mobile Access to Databases. In: Demo Proceedings the SIGMOD 2006 International Conference Management of Data June 26-29, 2006, Chicago, USA. pp. 763-765. Available online

Our demonstration is a paper-based interactive guide for visitors to the world's largest international arts festival that was developed as part of a project investigating new forms of context-aware information delivery and interaction in mobile environments. Information stored in a database is accessed from a set of interactive paper documents, including a printed festival brochure, a city map and a bookmark. Active areas are defined within the documents and selection of these using a special digital pen causes the corresponding query request along with context data to be sent to a festival application database and the response is returned to the visitor in the form of generated speech output. In addition to paper-based information browsing and transactions such as ticket booking, the digital pen can also be applied for data capture of event ratings and handwritten comments on events. The system integrates three main database componentsa cross-media information platform, a content management framework for multi-channel contextaware publishing of data and the festival application database.

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Norrie, Moira C., Signer, Beat and Weibel, Nadir (2006): Print-n-Link: Weaving the Paper Web. In: Proceedings of DocEng 2006, ACM Symposium on Document Engineering October 10-13, 2006, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. pp. 34-43. Available online

Citations form the basis for a web of scientific publications. Search engines, embedded hyperlinks and digital libraries all simplify the task of finding publications of interest on the web and navigating to cited publications or web sites. However the actual reading of publications often takes place on paper and frequently on the move. We present a system Print-n-Link that uses technologies for interactive paper to enhance the reading process by enabling users to access digital information and/or searches for cited documents from a printed version of a publication using a digital pen for interaction. A special virtual printer driver automatically generates links from paper to digital services during the printing process based on an analysis of PDF documents. Depending on the user setting and interaction gesture, the system may retrieve metadata about the citation and inform the user through an audio channel or directly display the cited document on the users screen.

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Norrie, Moira C., Signer, Beat and Weibel, Nadir (2006): General Framework for the Rapid Development of Interactive Paper Applications. In: Proceedings of CoPADD 2006, Workshop on Collaborating over Paper and Digital Documents November 4, 2006, Banff, Canada. . Available online

We present a component-based framework that supports the rapid development of a wide variety of interactive paper applications. The framework includes authoring and publishing tools as well as a server that supports the linking of active areas on paper to a wide range of different media types and services.

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Grossniklaus, Michael, Norrie, Moira C., Signer, Beat and Weibel, Nadir (2006): Putting Location-Based Services on the Map. In: Proceedings of W2GIS 2006, 6th International Symposium on Web and Wireless Geographical Information Systems December 4-5, 2006, Hong Kong, China. pp. 1-11. Available online

Location-based services for users on the move provide a convenient means of filtering information based on current geographical position. However users also often want to retrieve or capture information associated with past or future locations. We show how new technologies for interactive paper can be used to augment conventional paper maps with location-based services using a combination of user tracking and pointing to the map to specify location.

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2005
 
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Lombardoni, Andrea, Norrie, Moira C., Weibel, Nadir, Vogelsang, Axel and Althaus, Mathias (2005): A Systematic Approach to the Development of E-Commerce Sites for Mass Customization. In: Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service (EEE March 29 - April 1, 2005, Hong Kong, China. pp. 246-249. Available online

E-commerce web sites that sell highly customized products tend to be very complex in terms of the underlying logical model of the customization process. We present a systematic approach to guide the design process of such complex web sites by providing a clear methodology that reduces errors and assists the web architect.We also describe our application that helps web architects go from the defnition of the product's attributes to the generation of the fnished web application that sells the product. The approach is presented in terms of a case study involving the development of a web site that sells customizable T-shirts.

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