The Intelligent and
Aware Environments (also
known as Smart Spaces) project
is aimed at developing intelligent and interactive, day-to-day enviornments
that can percieve people and interact with them to support thier daily
For this project we are developing methods for:
video and audio-based tracking of people
recognitizing human activity
G. Abowd and I. Essa, Ubiquitous
and Aware Computing, In GVU Newsletter, November 1997.
I. Essa, G. Abowd, C. Atleson, Ubiqiitous
Smart Spaces, A white paper submitted to DARPA (in response to RFI),
S. Stillman, R.Tanawongsuwan, and I. Essa, "Tracking
Multiple People with Multiple Cameras", Submitted (July 1998) to PUI
1998 Workshop, in conjunction with UIST 1998, San Francisco, CA. Nov.
S. Stillman, R.Tanawongsuwan, and I. Essa, "A
System for Tracking and Recognizing Multiple People with Multiple Cameras",
Submitted (August 1998) to AVBPA
Conference, Washington DC. March 1999. (Similar
to above, with additional modules and results).
D. Moore, I. Essa, and M. Hayes, "Object
Spaces: Context Management for Human Activity Recognition", Submitted
(August 1998) to AVBPA
Conference, Washington DC. March 1999.
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