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By Vincent Aleven, Kevin D. Ashley (auth.), Ian Smith, Boi Faltings (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the 3rd eu Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning, EWCBR-96, held in Lausanne, Switzerland, in November 1996.
Case-based reasoning is an beautiful method for facing the data acquisition bottleneck in machine purposes; options to new difficulties are discovered via adapting comparable event from the prior, referred to as circumstances. The 38 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously chosen from a large number of submissions after a radical refereeing method. the quantity refleats the state-of-the-art in case-based reasoning learn and applications.

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It enables to build such environments rapidly with autonomous cooperation of consumer appliances. Compared to the above systems, the advantage of u-Texture is that it can recognize assembled shapes and autonomously extract appropriate context-aware applications corresponding to the shape. Researches on building blocks with embedded computations have been carried out until now. However, their target users and applications are different from our research and most of them enable the recognition of 2D structure only.

Of Human Interface Symposium 2001, pp. 389-392, 2001 (in Japanese). 16. Goldberg, “Empirical Measurements of Intrabody Communication Performance under Varied Physical Configurations”, Proc. of ACM UIST 2001, pp. 183-190, 2001. 17. Kyuragi, “A Near-Field-Sensing Transceiver for Intrabody Communication Based on the Electrooptic Effect”, Trans. on IEEE Inst. , Vol. 53, No. 6, pp. 1533-1538, 2004. 18. Sugimura, “ElectAura-Net”, Emerging Technologies, ACM Siggraph 2003. 19. Tajima, “A study on the receiving signal level in relation with the location of electrodes for wearable devices using human body as a transmission channel”, Proc.

14. 3 ProjectionWall The “ProjectionWall” magnifies a connected u-Texture’s small display onto a big one as shown in Figure 15. It is effective for displaying a large picture that is too small to be shown on only one u-Texture. Data can be handled interactively by users with touch panels. Although the similar interactive large display can be created with projectors, users have to establish or attach computers, sensors connected to the projector and to calibrate them. Converting coordinates for magnifying data is implemented by automatic cooperation among u-Textures, which can be one of the advantages for application developers and non-expert users in the respect that it is not necessary to be aware of changing coordinates.

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