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Supporting Mobile Service Usage through Physical Mobile Interaction

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  • Gregor Broll
  • Sven Siorpaes
  • Enrico Rukzio
  • Massimo Paolucci
  • John Hamard
  • Matthias Wagner
  • Albrecht Schmidt
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Publication date03/2007
Host publicationPervasive Computing and Communications, 2007. PerCom '07. Fifth Annual IEEE International Conference on
Pages262-271
Number of pages10
<mark>Original language</mark>English
EventPERCOM '07: Proceedings of the Fifth IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications - White Plains, NY, USA

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ConferencePERCOM '07: Proceedings of the Fifth IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications
CityWhite Plains, NY, USA
Period19/03/0723/03/07

Conference

ConferencePERCOM '07: Proceedings of the Fifth IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications
CityWhite Plains, NY, USA
Period19/03/0723/03/07

Abstract

Although mobile services can be used ubiquitously, their employment and the interaction with them are still restricted by the constraints of mobile devices. In order to facilitate and leverage mobile interaction with services, we present a generic framework that combines Semantic Web Service technology and Physical Mobile Interaction. This interaction paradigm uses mobile devices to extract information from augmented physical objects and use it for a more intuitive and convenient invocation of associated services. For that purpose, the presented framework exploits Web Service descriptions for the automatic and dynamic generation of customizable user interfaces that support and facilitate Physical Mobile Interaction. This generic approach to mobile interaction with services through the interaction with physical objects promises to meet the complementary development of the Internet of Things. A user study with a prototype application for mobile ticketing confirms our concept and shows its limits.