Stephen S. Intille

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36EEStephen S. Intille, Jason Nawyn, Beth Logan, Gregory D. Abowd: Developing shared home behavior datasets to advance HCI and ubiquitous computing research. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 4763-4766
35EETimothy W. Bickmore, Sunny Consolvo, Stephen S. Intille: Engagement by design. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 4807-4810
34EEManu Gupta, Stephen S. Intille, Kent Larson: Adding GPS-Control to Traditional Thermostats: An Exploration of Potential Energy Savings and Design Challenges. Pervasive 2009: 95-114
33EEMatthew Goodwin, Stephen S. Intille, Wayne F. Velicer, June Groden: Sensor-enabled detection of stereotypical motor movements in persons with autism spectrum disorder. IDC 2008: 109-112
32EEEmmanuel Munguia Tapia, Stephen S. Intille, Kent Larson: Portable Wireless Sensors for Object Usage Sensing in the Home: Challenges and Practicalities. AmI 2007: 19-37
31EEJennifer Beaudin, Stephen S. Intille, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, Randy Rockinson, Margaret E. Morris: Context-Sensitive Microlearning of Foreign Language Vocabulary on a Mobile Device. AmI 2007: 55-72
30EEBeth Logan, Jennifer Healey, Matthai Philipose, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, Stephen S. Intille: A Long-Term Evaluation of Sensing Modalities for Activity Recognition. Ubicomp 2007: 483-500
29EEEmmanuel Munguia Tapia, Stephen S. Intille, Louis Lopez, Kent Larson: The Design of a Portable Kit of Wireless Sensors for Naturalistic Data Collection. Pervasive 2006: 117-134
28EEStephen S. Intille, Kent Larson, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, Jennifer Beaudin, Pallavi Kaushik, Jason Nawyn, Randy Rockinson: Using a Live-In Laboratory for Ubiquitous Computing Research. Pervasive 2006: 349-365
27EEJason Nawyn, Stephen S. Intille, Kent Larson: Embedding Behavior Modification Strategies into a Consumer Electronic Device: A Case Study. Ubicomp 2006: 297-314
26 Michael Beigl, Stephen S. Intille, Jun Rekimoto, Hideyuki Tokuda: UbiComp 2005: Ubiquitous Computing, 7th International Conference, UbiComp 2005, Tokyo, Japan, September 11-14, 2005, Proceedings Springer 2005
25EEJoyce Ho, Stephen S. Intille: Using context-aware computing to reduce the perceived burden of interruptions from mobile devices. CHI 2005: 909-918
24EEStephen S. Intille, Kent Larson, Jennifer Beaudin, Jason Nawyn, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, Pallavi Kaushik: A living laboratory for the design and evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies. CHI Extended Abstracts 2005: 1941-1944
23EEMargaret E. Morris, Stephen S. Intille: HCI challenges in health assessment. CHI Extended Abstracts 2005: 2130-2131
22EEMargaret E. Morris, Stephen S. Intille, Jennifer Beaudin: Embedded Assessment: Overcoming Barriers to Early Detection with Pervasive Computing. Pervasive 2005: 333-346
21EEStephen S. Intille, Ling Bao, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, John Rondoni: Acquiring in situ training data for context-aware ubiquitous computing applications. CHI 2004: 1-8
20EEJennifer Beaudin, Stephen S. Intille, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia: Lessons learned using ubiquitous sensors for data collection in real homes. CHI Extended Abstracts 2004: 1359-1362
19EEEric Bergman, Arnold M. Lund, Hugh Dubberly, Bruce "Tog" Tognazzini, Stephen S. Intille: Video visions of the future: a critical review. CHI Extended Abstracts 2004: 1584-1585
18EEJay Lundell, Margaret E. Morris, Stephen S. Intille: Home technologies to keep elders connected. CHI Extended Abstracts 2004: 1719-1720
17EELing Bao, Stephen S. Intille: Activity Recognition from User-Annotated Acceleration Data. Pervasive 2004: 1-17
16EEEmmanuel Munguia Tapia, Stephen S. Intille, Kent Larson: Activity Recognition in the Home Using Simple and Ubiquitous Sensors. Pervasive 2004: 158-175
15EEStephen S. Intille: A new research challenge: persuasive technology to motivate healthy aging. IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine 8(3): 235-237 (2004)
14EEStephen S. Intille, John Rondoni, Chuck Kukla, Isabel Ancona, Ling Bao: A context-aware experience sampling tool. CHI Extended Abstracts 2003: 972-973
13EEStephen S. Intille, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, John Rondoni, Jennifer Beaudin, Chuck Kukla, Sitij Agarwal, Ling Bao, Kent Larson: Tools for Studying Behavior and Technology in Natural Settings. Ubicomp 2003: 157-174
12EEStephen S. Intille, Charles Kukla, Xiaoyi Ma: Eliciting user preferences using image-based experience sampling and reflection. CHI Extended Abstracts 2002: 738-739
11EEStephen S. Intille: Change Blind Information Display for Ubiquitous Computing Environments. Ubicomp 2002: 91-106
10EEStephen S. Intille, Aaron F. Bobick: Recognizing Planned, Multiperson Action. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 81(3): 414-445 (2001)
9EEAaron F. Bobick, Stephen S. Intille, James W. Davis, Freedom Baird, Claudio S. Pinhanez, Lee W. Campbell, Yuri A. Ivanov, Arjan Schütte, Andrew D. Wilson: The KidsRoom. Commun. ACM 43(3): 60-61 (2000)
8EEClaudio S. Pinhanez, James W. Davis, Stephen S. Intille, Michael Patrick Johnson, Andrew D. Wilson, Aaron F. Bobick, Bruce Blumberg: Physically interactive story environments. IBM Systems Journal 39(3&4): 438- (2000)
7 Stephen S. Intille, Aaron F. Bobick: A Framework for Recognizing Multi-Agent Action from Visual Evidence. AAAI/IAAI 1999: 518-525
6EEStephen S. Intille, Aaron F. Bobick: Visual Recognition of Multi-Agent Action Using Binary Temporal Relations. CVPR 1999: 1056-
5EEAaron F. Bobick, Stephen S. Intille: Large Occlusion Stereo. International Journal of Computer Vision 33(3): 181-200 (1999)
4 Aaron F. Bobick, Stephen S. Intille, James W. Davis, Freedom Baird, Claudio S. Pinhanez, Lee W. Campbell, Yuri A. Ivanov, Arjan Schütte, Andrew D. Wilson: The KidsRoom: A Perceptually-Based Interactive and Immersive Story Environment. Presence 8(4): 369-393 (1999)
3EEStephen S. Intille, James W. Davis, Aaron F. Bobick: Real-time closed-world tracking. CVPR 1997: 697-
2EEStephen S. Intille, Aaron F. Bobick: Closed-World Tracking. ICCV 1995: 672-678
1 Stephen S. Intille, Aaron F. Bobick: Disparity-Space Images and Large Occlusion Stereo. ECCV (2) 1994: 179-186

Coauthor Index

1Gregory D. Abowd [36]
2Sitij Agarwal [13]
3Isabel Ancona [14]
4Freedom Baird [4] [9]
5Ling Bao [13] [14] [17] [21]
6Jennifer Beaudin [13] [20] [22] [24] [28] [31]
7Michael Beigl [26]
8Eric Bergman [19]
9Timothy W. Bickmore [35]
10Bruce Blumberg [8]
11Aaron F. Bobick [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
12Lee W. Campbell [4] [9]
13Sunny Consolvo [35]
14James W. Davis [3] [4] [8] [9]
15Hugh Dubberly [19]
16Matthew Goodwin [33]
17June Groden [33]
18Manu Gupta [34]
19Jennifer Healey [30]
20Joyce Ho [25]
21Yuri A. Ivanov [4] [9]
22Michael Patrick Johnson [8]
23Pallavi Kaushik [24] [28]
24Charles Kukla [12]
25Chuck Kukla [13] [14]
26Kent Larson [13] [16] [24] [27] [28] [29] [32] [34]
27Beth Logan [30] [36]
28Louis Lopez [29]
29Arnold M. Lund [19]
30Jay Lundell [18]
31Xiaoyi Ma [12]
32Margaret E. Morris [18] [22] [23] [31]
33Jason Nawyn [24] [27] [28] [36]
34Matthai Philipose [30]
35Claudio S. Pinhanez [4] [8] [9]
36Jun Rekimoto [26]
37Randy Rockinson [28] [31]
38John Rondoni [13] [14] [21]
39Arjan Schütte [4] [9]
40Emmanuel Munguia Tapia [13] [16] [20] [21] [24] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32]
41Bruce "Tog" Tognazzini [19]
42Hideyuki Tokuda [26]
43Wayne F. Velicer [33]
44Andrew D. Wilson [4] [8] [9]

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