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By Masaaki Fukumoto, Mitsuru Shinagawa (auth.), Michael Beigl, Stephen Intille, Jun Rekimoto, Hideyuki Tokuda (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventh overseas convention on Ubiquitous Computing, UbiComp 2005, held in Tokyo, Japan in September 2005.

The 22 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 230 submissions. The papers deal with themes concerning human-computer interface (HCI), structures, context attractiveness and use, communications, and social implications and functions of computing. Methodologies integrated real-world deployments, laboratory experiments, ethnographic research, qualitative and quantitative evaluate, and theoretical explorations. issues of detailed curiosity are position structures and their purposes, case experiences and consumer interfaces, algorithms for popularity of context, and novel devices.

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26 Naohiko Kohtake et al. Fig. 5. 1type). All are parts adapted from a laptop computer (CF-Y2DM1AXR, Panasonic). A tough panel (AST-140, DMC) enables direct inputs. 56MHz, Sofel) is embedded and antennas are built-in around the display. Ethernet interfaces are also implemented on each side of u-Texture. The basic idea behind a wired network for exchanging data among the assembled u-Textures internally is to create an extemporaneous bridge network with broadcast support and loop back prevention.

The global sensor data consists of the connected or disconnected status of four sides, each ID of the connected u-Textures, and inclination data. Figure 7 shows an example of global sensor data which describes that the lower edge of u-Texture A is connected with u-Texture B and u-Texture C. 7, which is its own IP address. The u-Texture A is connecting with others on the lower edge, and the inclination of the u-Texture A is vertical. The part B of Figure 7 describes the IP address, the connected edge, and the inclination of the u-Textures connected with the lower edge of u-Texture A.

In this version, u-Joint will be not necessary for assembling 2D objects such as a board and a wall. 3 Indication of Available Applications Corresponding to the Shape The approach to indicate available applications according to the shapes of uTextures was well received by users. There was sometimes a comment that indicating list of application candidates corresponding to the shapes of u-Textures was both enjoyable and stressful. It also seems suitable for users to indicate candidates of the final shape by users selecting applications in advance.

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