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Dynamically reconfigurable vision-based user interfaces

Rick Kjeldsen, Anthony Levas, Claudio Pinhanez
2004 Machine Vision and Applications  
We describe a system that supports practical, vision-based user interfaces, addressing the issues of a usable interaction paradigm, support for application developers, and support for application deployment  ...  Complex interfaces can be dynamically reconfigured, changing both form and location on the fly, because the functional definition of the interface is decoupled from the specification of its location in  ...  Architecture of a dynamically reconfigurable vision system In order to efficiently support the dynamic reconfiguration of vision-based interfaces, a flexible internal architecture is required in the vision  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00138-004-0145-6 fatcat:w4slofnoz5cvhiidsbqzozngua

Dynamically Reconfigurable Vision-Based User Interfaces [chapter]

Rick Kjeldsen, Anthony Levas, Claudio Pinhanez
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe a system that supports practical, vision-based user interfaces, addressing the issues of a usable interaction paradigm, support for application developers, and support for application deployment  ...  Complex interfaces can be dynamically reconfigured, changing both form and location on the fly, because the functional definition of the interface is decoupled from the specification of its location in  ...  Architecture of a dynamically reconfigurable vision system In order to efficiently support the dynamic reconfiguration of vision-based interfaces, a flexible internal architecture is required in the vision  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36592-3_31 fatcat:sofbhzwzdrgolod5slkvhkjwbi

Visions of 4G

B.G. Evans, K. Baughan
2000 Electronics & communication engineering journal  
Acknowledgment The work reported in this paper was undertaken by the Mobile VCE's 4G Vision Group, comprising:  ...  The 4G vision is thus a technology vision, but it has been well informed by user trends and by such user visions as mentioned previously.  ...  networking and air-interfaces 5 improved coverage mechanisms 5 improved and dynamic spectrum usage. 4G visions mapping to research topics The Mobile VCE vision for 2010 is embodied in the five key elements  ... 
doi:10.1049/ecej:20000608 fatcat:q7s4qxujbfg2fpzt34jj3kyl3e

Designing Dynamic Software Architecture for Home Service Robot Software [chapter]

Dongsun Kim, Sooyong Park
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
SHAGE enables runtime reconfiguration of software architecture when a service robot encounters unexpected situations or new user requirements.  ...  This paper focuses on designing reconfigurable software architecture, so called, dynamic software architecture.  ...  Then, the reconfigurator placed a path planner component that implements a vision-based path planning service( figure 7.(d) ). During (a)-(d) the user did not interrupt and put more inputs.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11802167_45 fatcat:tsnxtq43xbggfoqzq6adaubdbe

Adaptive Resolution-Based Tradeoffs for Energy-Efficient Visual Computing Systems

Robert LiKamWa, Jinhan Hu, Venkatesh Kodukula, Yifei Liu
2021 IEEE pervasive computing  
This enables vision applications the opportunity to change resolutions dynamically to adapt to environmental changes without creating visual gaps in the user experience.  ...  Facilitating real-time decisions to reconfigure resolutions will let systems dynamically adapt to the needs of the vision algorithms, as well as the environmental situation of the visual scene.  ...  This enables vision applications the opportunity to change resolutions dynamically to adapt to environmental changes without creating visual gaps in the user experience.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2021.3052528 fatcat:4m5bzc4a4bcwng6xeuaotdxmca

Gravity

Richard S. Hall, Humberto Cervantes
2003 Software engineering notes  
The main concept underlying this vision is dynamically available building blocks, i.e., building blocks that can appear or disappear at any time.  ...  The purpose behind this work is not only to deal with real-world issues already facing developers and end-users, but to also work toward a grander vision.  ...  ., fluidly dynamic) user interfaces. Figure 2 2 depicts several screen captures of the Gravity framework in action.  ... 
doi:10.1145/949952.940126 fatcat:ye34xkcbpndpnmw474yp4oecbe

Gravity

Richard S. Hall, Humberto Cervantes
2003 Proceedings of the 9th European software engineering conference held jointly with 10th ACM SIGSOFT international symposium on Foundations of software engineering - ESEC/FSE '03  
The main concept underlying this vision is dynamically available building blocks, i.e., building blocks that can appear or disappear at any time.  ...  The purpose behind this work is not only to deal with real-world issues already facing developers and end-users, but to also work toward a grander vision.  ...  ., fluidly dynamic) user interfaces. Figure 2 2 depicts several screen captures of the Gravity framework in action.  ... 
doi:10.1145/940071.940126 dblp:conf/sigsoft/HallC03 fatcat:kwjkdryzyrcyrgvme4rn6sqtsi

Gravity

Richard S. Hall, Humberto Cervantes
2003 Proceedings of the 9th European software engineering conference held jointly with 10th ACM SIGSOFT international symposium on Foundations of software engineering - ESEC/FSE '03  
The main concept underlying this vision is dynamically available building blocks, i.e., building blocks that can appear or disappear at any time.  ...  The purpose behind this work is not only to deal with real-world issues already facing developers and end-users, but to also work toward a grander vision.  ...  ., fluidly dynamic) user interfaces. Figure 2 2 depicts several screen captures of the Gravity framework in action.  ... 
doi:10.1145/940117.940126 fatcat:623ezbvoujg2deiko2fvlqqjta

Autonomic Communications: Exploiting Advanced and Game Theoretical Techniques for RAT Selection and Protocol Reconfiguration [chapter]

Eleni Patouni, Sophie Gault, Markus Muck, Nancy Alonistioti, Konstantina Kominaki
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
respective protocol functionality using a proposed component based framework for transparent protocol component replacement.  ...  To this end, this paper proposes an integrated framework that facilitates autonomic features to capture the needs for RAT selection and device reconfiguration in a Composite Radio Environment.  ...  Semantic-Based Dynamic Binding of Protocol Components Next, the semantic-based dynamic binding of protocol components is performed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11880905_22 fatcat:fzobdjlknnf4dnsjd2g4pss4qu

Radical atoms

Hiroshi Ishii, Dávid Lakatos, Leonardo Bonanni, Jean-Baptiste Labrune
2012 Interactions  
Acknowledgements The vision of Radical Atoms has been developed through a series of design workshops since 2008.  ...  Users can reconfigure and transform the interface manually with direct manipulation, gestural commands, or conventional GUIs.  ...  Concept of Radical Atoms Radical Atoms is our vision for human interactions with dynamic physical materials that are computationally transformable and reconfigurable.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2065327.2065337 fatcat:i4ltrdi2jvf7pe3zyh5znkyfzm

ComFlux: External Composition and Adaptation of Pervasive Applications [article]

Raluca Diaconu, Jean Bacon, Jie Deng, Jatinder Singh
2017 arXiv   pre-print
This is counter to the wider vision of pervasive computing, where a potentially limitless number of applications can be realised through the dynamic and seamless interactions of system components.  ...  While the broader vision is of plug-and-play modules, dynamic reconfiguration and seamless access control, current solutions rely on pre-programmed functionality, where the only capacity for management  ...  The functionality must be dynamic and the control and command interface must be available at runtime. C.  ... 
arXiv:1710.06711v1 fatcat:gpc3rr7nmvggrfxwowqwu6nyxe

An advanced service provision framework for reconfigurable mobile networks

Spyridon Panagiotakis, Maria Koutsopoulou, Athanassia Alonistioti, Nikos Houssos, Vangelis Gazis, Lazaros Merakos
2003 International Journal of Mobile Communications  
In this paper we present our proposal for a generic, open, flexible, service provision framework that supports context-aware service provision and reconfiguration management.  ...  A critical issue in such architectures is reconfiguration management, which is regarded as the mean to enable new approaches to service provision, customisation and personalisation.  ...  The platform introduced attempts to substantiate the vision of a reconfigurable network infrastructure that intelligently selects the most appropriate combination of communication protocols, middleware  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmc.2003.003995 fatcat:pt2ibgdw7fbj5ni64z4nvjday4

An adaptively reconfigurable computing framework for intelligent Robotics

Moazzam Hussain, Ahmad Din, Massimo Violante, Basilio Bona
2011 2011 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM)  
Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration is used as a hardware accelerator in a heterogeneous environment which enables computationally demanding applications to take effective advantage of adaptive hardware resources  ...  Keywords-Micro UAV, FPGA, partial reconfiguration, hardware platform, post disaster assesment.  ...  The user is allowed to select the static part IP set, and collection of IP cores to be used in Dynamic Part.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aim.2011.6026990 fatcat:37ainvayrfhtxhsp6i3dckqmsy

Application requirements for middleware for mobile and pervasive systems

Kimmo Raatikainen, Henrik Bærbak Christensen, Tatsuo Nakajima
2002 ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review  
The areas are 1) Dynamic Reconfigurable End-User Systems, 2) Reconfigurable Applications, 3) Environment Monitoring, and 4) Mobile Distributed Information Base.  ...  user interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1145/643550.643551 fatcat:sj5kcqd2qff4difstpvp77xd4i

Study of Reconfigurable Mostly Digital Radio for MANET

Aubin Lecointre, Daniela Dragomirescu, Robert Plana
2007 CAS proceedings  
Here, we propose an implementation of dynamic reconfigurable receiver on ASIC, and FPGA, after having explained the advantages of mostly digital radio for reconfigurability.  ...  This particular context implies some constraints on the radio interface such as low cost, low power, small dimensions and simplicity.  ...  and base its concept on reconfigurable parameters.  ... 
doi:10.1109/smicnd.2007.4519690 fatcat:htro2yi7z5hrvf4dcdkqmdo4di
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