Ubiquitous computing, Embedded system, GSM, Real-time computing and Key are his primary areas of study. His research in Ubiquitous computing tackles topics such as Knowledge management which are related to areas like Internet privacy. His Embedded system study incorporates themes from Web page, Activity recognition and Global Positioning System.
His GSM research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fingerprint and Mobile computing. His research on Mobile computing frequently links to adjacent areas such as Mobile phone. Real-time computing is closely attributed to Component in his work.
Anthony LaMarca focuses on Ubiquitous computing, Document management system, Mobile device, Mobile computing and World Wide Web. The study incorporates disciplines such as Computer security, Real-time computing, Embedded system and Activity recognition in addition to Ubiquitous computing. His Embedded system research includes elements of Computer hardware, Computer network and Key.
His work on Design Document Listing as part of general Document management system research is frequently linked to Well-formed document and User requirements document, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies in Mobile computing integrate themes in fields like Location awareness, Global Positioning System, Distributed computing and GSM. His GSM study combines topics in areas such as Fingerprint and Mobile phone.
His primary areas of study are Mobile device, Scope, Computer network, Wireless signal and Embedded system. His work in Mobile device addresses subjects such as Data mining, which are connected to disciplines such as Geolocation, Global Positioning System, GPSS and Signal. His Scope research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Computer security, Resource and Wireless.
He has researched Wireless signal in several fields, including Real-time computing, Limit, Time of arrival and Simulation. The Real-time computing study combines topics in areas such as Video tracking, Ubiquitous computing, Detector and Accelerometer. His research in Embedded system intersects with topics in Wireless network, Computer hardware and Authentication.
His primary scientific interests are in Scope, Limit, Mobile device, Real-time computing and Meaning. His work carried out in the field of Scope brings together such families of science as Wireless, Wireless network, Wi-Fi array and Laptop. His research integrates issues of Activity recognition, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision and Wireless signal in his study of Real-time computing.
His Wireless signal study incorporates themes from Electronic engineering, Limit and Time of arrival. Fencing, Information retrieval, Human–computer interaction, Location aware and Application lifecycle management are fields of study that intersect with his Meaning study. His work deals with themes such as Geolocation, Signal, Global Positioning System and GPSS, which intersect with Data mining.
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Place lab: device positioning using radio beacons in the wild
Anthony LaMarca;Yatin Chawathe;Sunny Consolvo;Jeffrey Hightower.
international conference on pervasive computing (2005)
Activity sensing in the wild: a field trial of ubifit garden
Sunny Consolvo;David W. McDonald;Tammy Toscos;Mike Y. Chen.
human factors in computing systems (2008)
The Mobile Sensing Platform: An Embedded Activity Recognition System
T. Choudhury;S. Consolvo;B. Harrison;J. Hightower.
IEEE Pervasive Computing (2008)
Location disclosure to social relations: why, when, & what people want to share
Sunny Consolvo;Ian E. Smith;Tara Matthews;Anthony LaMarca.
human factors in computing systems (2005)
Accuracy characterization for metropolitan-scale Wi-Fi localization
Yu-Chung Cheng;Yatin Chawathe;Anthony LaMarca;John Krumm.
international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services (2005)
Accurate GSM indoor localization
Veljo Otsason;Alex Varshavsky;Anthony LaMarca;Eyal de Lara.
ubiquitous computing (2005)
Location information system and method
David Goldberg;Anthony George Lamarca;David Weiser Mark;Roy Want.
Flatland: new dimensions in office whiteboards
Elizabeth D. Mynatt;Takeo Igarashi;W. Keith Edwards;Anthony LaMarca.
human factors in computing systems (1999)
Extending document management systems with user-specific active properties
Paul Dourish;W. Keith Edwards;Anthony LaMarca;John Lamping.
Mobility detection using everyday GSM traces
Timothy Sohn;Alex Varshavsky;Anthony LaMarca;Mike Y. Chen.
ubiquitous computing (2006)
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