His primary areas of investigation include Mobile computing, Human–computer interaction, World Wide Web, Ubiquitous computing and User interface. His research integrates issues of Remote procedure call, Real-time computing, Application software and GSM in his study of Mobile computing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mobile search, Mobile Web and Personalization.
His World Wide Web research incorporates elements of Unicast and Service. His Context-aware pervasive systems study, which is part of a larger body of work in Ubiquitous computing, is frequently linked to Ubiquitous robot, bridging the gap between disciplines. Bill N. Schilit combines subjects such as Filter and Pen computing with his study of User interface.
His main research concerns World Wide Web, Multimedia, Mobile computing, Ubiquitous computing and User interface. His research in the fields of The Internet and Web service overlaps with other disciplines such as Reading and Digital library. His studies in Mobile computing integrate themes in fields like Wireless, Mobile search, Application software and Human–computer interaction.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Distributed computing, Remote control and Personalization in addition to Human–computer interaction. His study in the fields of Context-aware pervasive systems under the domain of Ubiquitous computing overlaps with other disciplines such as Ubiquitous robot. He has included themes like Computer graphics and Pen computing in his User interface study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in World Wide Web, Multimedia, The Internet, Ubiquitous computing and Filter. His work on Hypertext as part of general World Wide Web study is frequently linked to Digital library, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Bill N. Schilit has researched Multimedia in several fields, including Session and Upload.
His Ubiquitous computing research integrates issues from Telecommunications and Autonomic computing. He interconnects Distributed computing, Human–computer interaction, Context awareness, Software and SIMPLE in the investigation of issues within Autonomic computing. In most of his Filter studies, his work intersects topics such as User interface.
Bill N. Schilit focuses on World Wide Web, Message authentication code, Digital signage, Multimedia and Digital signature. His World Wide Web study frequently involves adjacent topics like User interface. User interface and Hypertext are commonly linked in his work.
His studies deal with areas such as Filter and Information retrieval as well as Hypertext. His Web service research includes themes of Bluetooth, Web of Things, The Internet, Cloud computing and Mobile device. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Authorization and Mobile device.
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Context-Aware Computing Applications
B. Schilit;N. Adams;R. Want.
workshop on mobile computing systems and applications (1994)
Disseminating active map information to mobile hosts
B.N. Schilit;M.M. Theimer.
IEEE Network (1994)
Place lab: device positioning using radio beacons in the wild
Anthony LaMarca;Yatin Chawathe;Sunny Consolvo;Jeffrey Hightower.
international conference on pervasive computing (2005)
Beyond paper: supporting active reading with free form digital ink annotations
Bill N. Schilit;Gene Golovchinsky;Morgan N. Price.
human factors in computing systems (1998)
Enabling the Internet of Things
Roy Want;Bill N. Schilit;Scott Jenson.
IEEE Computer (2015)
An overview of the PARCTAB ubiquitous computing experiment
R. Want;B.N. Schilit;N.I. Adams;R. Gold.
IEEE Personal Communications (1995)
The Parctab Ubiquitous Computing Experiment
Roy Want;Bill N. Schilit;Norman I. Adams;Rich Gold.
Digestor: device-independent access to the World Wide Web
Timothy W. Bickmore;Bill N. Schilit.
the web conference (1997)
The PARCTAB mobile computing system
B.N. Schilit;N. Adams;R. Gold;M.M. Tso.
Proceedings of IEEE 4th Workshop on Workstation Operating Systems. WWOS-III (1993)
Customizing mobile applications
Bill N. Schilit;Marvin M. Theimer;Brent B. Welch.
MLCS Mobile & Location-Independent Computing Symposium on Mobile & Location-Independent Computing Symposium (1993)
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