Adaptive manuals as assistive technology to support and train people with acquired brain injury in their daily life activities
Javier Gómez, Germán Montoro, Pablo A. Haya, Xavier Alamán, Susana Alves and Mónica Martínez Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 17 (6), 2013, 1117-1126 [download] (JCR, IF 2012: 1.133, Q2) Assistive technologies and ubiquitous computing can be related since both try to help people in their lives. This common objective motivated us to develop and evaluate a system that…
Internet of Things: From RFID Systems to Smart Applications
Germán Montoro-Manrique, Pablo Haya-Coll, and Dirk Schnelle-Walka UPGRADE, Vol. 2011 (1), February 2011 [download]
Special Issue on Internet of Things
The concept of the “Internet of Things” has emerged from RFID systems and evolved to ubicomp smart applications and objects which can be discovered and controlled via the Internet. This special issue includes papers on these topics.
Towards a Ubiquitous End-User Programming System for Smart Spaces
Manuel García-Herranz, Pablo Haya, Xavier Alamán Journal of Universal Computer Science 2010 [download] (JCR 2010, 0.578, Q4) This article presents a rule-based agent mechanism as the kernel of a ubiquitous end-user, UIindependent programming system. The underlying goal of our work is to allow endusers to control and program their environments in a uniform, application-independent way.…