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The InfoPad user interface

A. Burstein, A.C. Long, S. Narayanaswamy, R. Han, R.W. Brodersen
Digest of Papers. COMPCON'95. Technologies for the Information Superhighway  
We have shown a prototype user interface for the InfoPad, a portable terminal with multi-modal input and multimedia output.  ...  playback with synchronized audio * TextiGraphics display The InfoPad's unique input and output characteristics offer challenges and opportunities for user interface design.  ...  We believe the ideal user interfaces for Infopad are fundamentally different from WIMP (window, icon, mouse, and pointer) interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cmpcon.1995.512380 dblp:conf/compcon/BursteinLNHB95 fatcat:h46a2cey5rf4vpvgby6tslufgu

InfoPad---an experiment in system level design and integration

Robert Brodersen
1997 Proceedings of the 34th annual conference on Design automation conference - DAC '97  
The project was therefore organized to address all design levels, including the applications and user interface, backbone network protocols, software for distributed network support, the wireless link,  ...  The InfoPad project was started at UC Berkeley in 1992 to investigate the issues involved in providing multimedia information access using a portable, wireless terminal.  ...  on heterogeneous backbone networks (Medley) 4.User Interface and Applications -Provides interfaces through proxies between the conventional backbone network and the InfoNet as well as "InfoPad aware"  ... 
doi:10.1145/266021.266117 dblp:conf/dac/Brodersen97 fatcat:pfflcjkg2ncqlcgei4wrv6ncne

The InfoPad multimedia terminal: a portable device for wireless information access

T.E. Truman, T. Pering, R. Doering, R.W. Brodersen
1998 IEEE transactions on computers  
A limiting case is when the only computation that is provided in the portable terminal supports the wireless links or the I/O interfaces, and it is this extreme position that is explored in the InfoPad  ...  The architecture of the InfoPad terminal, therefore, can be viewed as essentially a switch which connects multimedia data sources in the supporting wired network to appropriate InfoPad output devices (  ...  User Interface I/O Peripherals Graphics Subsystem The graphics subsystem is the primary output device for the InfoPad system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/12.729791 fatcat:n7xkrcrtzzb5vhwgpuauygfwyy

A low-power, lightweight unit to provide ubiquitous information access application and network support for InfoPad

S. Narayanaswamy, S. Seshan, E. Amir, E. Brewer, R.W. Brodersen, F. Burghardt, A. Burstein, Yuan-Chi Chang, A. Fox, J.M. Gilbert, R. Han, R.H. Katz (+3 others)
1996 IEEE personal communications  
The InfoPad system uses a number of innovative techniques to provide the high-bandwidth connectivity, portability, and user interface needed for this environment.  ...  Portable applications often demand hands-free or singlehand operation, which does not fit well with the traditional keyboard and mouse user interface.  ...  We also thank the members of the InfoPad project team who helped design, implement, and test the system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.490749 fatcat:f5xc4pqibrbe3biq3xhsrag5gq

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Norman Makoto Su, Yutaka Sakane, Masahiko Tsukamoto, Shojiro Nishio
2002 Proceedings of the 8th annual international conference on Mobile computing and networking - MobiCom '02  
A number of applications currently exist to allow a user to easily access and control these computers remotely via a notebook computer or web page.  ...  With this in mind, we created Rajicon, a system to provide an easy to use interface to remotely operate a PC's GUI operating system via a cellular phone.  ...  InfoPad allows "many off-the-shelf software packages to work unmodified" [4] ; however, unlike Rajicon, it provides no special interface (like zooming) to compensate for the limited capabilities of the  ... 
doi:10.1145/570645.570676 dblp:conf/mobicom/SuSTN02 fatcat:2gz5twhqsvdvvpbhfvayhziacu

A Software Decoupling Partition Method Based on Interactive Genetic Algorithm

Zhe Ma, Kerong Ben
2011 Procedia Engineering  
By the user adjusting individuals fitness value, reduce the crossover and mutation probability, our method in obtaining reasonable component partition result while avoiding algorithm premature convergence  ...  In this paper, we analyze the independence metrics of component for object-oriented software system from the perspective of coupling, cohesion and scale.  ...  Step 1 Generate initial population; Step 2 Calculate the individuals fitness value of populations according to adjustment by users and partition quality Step 3 User adjust the fitness value; Step 4 Set  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2011.08.541 fatcat:5tx7jd6yuzenng5tv36wxvxmfu

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Norman Makoto Su, Yutaka Sakane, Masahiko Tsukamoto, Shojiro Nishio
2002 Proceedings of the 8th annual international conference on Mobile computing and networking - MobiCom '02  
A number of applications currently exist to allow a user to easily access and control these computers remotely via a notebook computer or web page.  ...  With this in mind, we created Rajicon, a system to provide an easy to use interface to remotely operate a PC's GUI operating system via a cellular phone.  ...  InfoPad allows "many off-the-shelf software packages to work unmodified" [4] ; however, unlike Rajicon, it provides no special interface (like zooming) to compensate for the limited capabilities of the  ... 
doi:10.1145/570673.570676 fatcat:34jafodx7va4len566fkb3fp7m

Document Archiving, Replication and Migration Container for Mobile Web Users [article]

P. Stanski, S. Giles, A. Zaslavsky
1998 arXiv   pre-print
The paper discusses an implementation of the Portable File System, highlighting the architecture and commenting upon performance of an experimental system.  ...  This paper discusses issues of workstation mobility and proposes a solution wherein the data structures are accessed in an encapsulated form - through the Portable File System (PFS) wrapper.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank John Ng for obtaining the original Boa archive and the inspiration which led to the extension of Boa.  ... 
arXiv:cs/9809036v1 fatcat:whuhnlf4nraprnhxvkjkkkwceu

Early power exploration---a World Wide Web application

David Lidsky, Jan M. Rabaey
1996 Proceedings of the 33rd annual conference on Design automation conference - DAC '96  
Exploration at the earliest stages of the design process is an integral component of effective low-power design.  ...  Furthermore, because each user can access the tool with her/his favorite browser, there is little overhead involved in learning how to interface with the tool.  ...  Figure 4 shows the interface for calculating the capacitance dissipated in a computation unit. The user has the option on the input form of setting bit-widths and multiplier type.  ... 
doi:10.1145/240518.240523 dblp:conf/dac/LidskyR96 fatcat:ujn4saot7najnlfmigfcuqfjsy

Mobile computing and databases-a survey

D. Barbara
1999 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
This research has produced interesting results in areas such as data dissemination over limited bandwith channels, location-dependent querying of data, and advanced interfaces for mobile computers.  ...  In the past few years, there has been a tremendous surge of research in the area of data management in mobile computing.  ...  One of the goals for the InfoPad is the development of a user interface for application areas such as groupware and mobile information browsing and retrieval [46] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/69.755619 fatcat:rpe3sxqopfaald3lfllddzghsa

A Context-Aware Tour Guide: User Implications

S. R. Gulliver, G. Ghinea, M. Patel, T. Serif
2007 Mobile Information Systems  
Incorporating the participant feedback gathered as a result, the paper compares the use of the two applications in order to determine the impact of real-time feedback with respect to user location.  ...  Given the potential importance of such feedback, this paper investigates, from a usability perspective, two tour guide systems developed for Brunel University: one with context-aware user feedback and  ...  Figures 3 and 4 4 show the user interface for the non-context aware system.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2007/975892 fatcat:eokgfaxoafappe36ycrg2hcn34

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Gregory D. Abowd, Christopher G. Atkeson, Jason Hong, Sue Long, Rob Kooper, Mike Pinkerton
2012 Wireless networks  
Future computing environments will free the user from the constraints of the desktop.  ...  Applications for a mobile environment should take advantage of contextual information, such as position, to offer greater services to the user.  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge the support of the several members of the Future Computing Environments Group at Georgia Tech, particularly Dietmar Aust, without whom this project would surely have  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1019194325861 fatcat:ztffkvgqljdmnlfrqfx65qy2um

Adaptation techniques for ubiquitous Internet multimedia

Margaritis Margaritidis, George C. Polyzos
2001 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
listening experience for the user.  ...  In most cases, the user is expecting a fair delay during downloading, and accepts the best-effort nature of this type of traffic.  ...  The communicating entities have to be aware of the security provided by the intercepting proxy in order to decide whether it can be trusted.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcm.10 fatcat:4zo6bxb2zrg63gjoh4fpps6lbm

Extending the Power of Server Based Computing [chapter]

H. L. Yu, W. M. Zhen, M. M. Shen
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we review the evolution of computing, especially the development of thin client computing.  ...  After an analysis of the problems existing in server based computing, a revised server based computing model is given, which combines the advantages of other thinclient model.  ...  Thin client only takes charge of the display of the graphics user interface of the running result.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24688-6_34 fatcat:tlitmzusefds3pdsd73ehjn4oi

Advances in wireless terminals

P. Lettieri, M.B. Srivastava
1999 IEEE personal communications  
Current wireless terminals are limited to voice terminals such as cellular and PCS phones, and traditional laptop computers and PDAs configured with wireless modems and network interface cards.  ...  The answer, based on the much talked about notion of "convergence," would appear to be a marriage of the laptop or PC with a wireless phone in the same package, leading to terminals such as the Nokia 9000  ...  Acknowledgments This work was partially supported under DARPA/ITO contract DABT63-95-C-0100, NSF CAREER award MIP-9733331, GTE Foundation, and the UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science.  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.752784 fatcat:4ndp3yaslzcxrlmlu5ih4e5zay
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