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Mark Assad
PhD Graduate

Contact Details

E-mail: massad@it.usyd.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 9351 5711

School of Information Technologies
Level 3 West, Building J12
University of Sydney
NSW, 2006, Australia

Web-site: http://sydney.edu.au/it/~massad

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M. Assad, D. J. Carmichael, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. PersonisAD: Distributed, active, scrutable model framework for context-aware services. In Proceedings of PERVASIVE 07, 5th International Conference on Pervasive Computing, volume 4480 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 55-72. Springer, 2007. [View Details]

M. Assad, D. J. Carmichael, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. MyPlace Locator: Flexible sharing of location information. In Proceedings of UM 2007, 11th International Conference on User Modeling, pages 410-414. Springer, 2007. [View Details]

M. Assad, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. Models of people, places and devices for location-aware services. In Adjunct Proceedings of Pervasive 2006, 4th International Conference on Pervasive Computing, pages 37-43, Vienna, Austria, 2006. Austrian Computer Society. [View Details]

M. Assad, D. J. Carmichael, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. Active models for context-aware services. Technical Report 594, School of IT, The University of Sydney, September 2006. [View Details]

T. Apted, J. Kay, and M. Assad. Sharing digital media on collaborative tables and displays. Technical Report 602, School of IT, The University of Sydney, November 2006. [View Details]

M. Assad, D. J. Carmichael, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. PersonisAD: Distributed, active, scrutable model framework for context-aware services. Technical report, 2006. [View Details]

M. Assad, D. J. Carmichael, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. MyPlace Locator: Flexible sharing of location information. Technical Report 606, School of IT, The University of Sydney, December 2006. [View Details]

T. Apted, J. Kay, and M. Assad. Sharing digital media on collaborative tables and displays. In Online Proceedings of the UbiComp 2005 Workshop on The Spaces In-Between: Seamful vs. Seamless Interactions, 2005. [View Details]

M. Assad, J. Kay, and B. Kummerfeld. The Keep-in-Touch system. In Online Proceedings of the UbiComp 2005 Workshop on Situating Ubiquitous Computing in Everyday Life: Bridging the Social and Technical Divide, 2005. [View Details]