2009 - ACM Fellow For the design, realization, and integration of embedded and ubiquitous computing systems.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ubiquitous computing, Mobile computing, World Wide Web, Human–computer interaction and Mobile device. Gaetano Borriello studies Ubiquitous computing, namely Context-aware pervasive systems. His Mobile computing research incorporates themes from Wireless, User interface, Simulation and Server.
His research integrates issues of Location systems, Global Positioning System, Broadcast communication network and Taxonomy in his study of User interface. Gaetano Borriello usually deals with World Wide Web and limits it to topics linked to Trace and Cluster analysis and GSM. His work carried out in the field of Human–computer interaction brings together such families of science as Robotics, Computer security, Mobile robot, Embedded system and Artificial intelligence.
Gaetano Borriello mainly investigates Ubiquitous computing, Embedded system, Human–computer interaction, Mobile computing and World Wide Web. His research investigates the connection between Ubiquitous computing and topics such as Computer security that intersect with issues in Telecommunications. His study looks at the relationship between Embedded system and fields such as Software, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His Human–computer interaction research includes elements of User interface and Wireless sensor network. His Mobile computing research integrates issues from Bluetooth, Multimedia, Server and Mobile phone. His work deals with themes such as Cloud computing, Software deployment and Data collection, which intersect with World Wide Web.
Gaetano Borriello mostly deals with World Wide Web, Mobile device, Mobile computing, Software deployment and mHealth. He has included themes like Cloud computing, Workflow and Mobile database in his World Wide Web study. His studies deal with areas such as Internet privacy, Gesture, Human–computer interaction and Mobile phone as well as Mobile device.
Gaetano Borriello interconnects Bluetooth, Ubiquitous computing and Personalization in the investigation of issues within Mobile computing. His Ubiquitous computing study incorporates themes from Multispectral pattern recognition, Multispectral image and Computer vision. His Software deployment study also includes fields such as
MHealth, Mobile computing, Usability, Knowledge management and Multimedia are his primary areas of study. His mHealth study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mobile device, Clinical decision support system, Program evaluation and Public health. His Mobile device research focuses on Information and Communications Technology and how it relates to Mobile phone.
The concepts of his Mobile computing study are interwoven with issues in Wireless, Bluetooth, USB, Embedded system and World Wide Web. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Test data and Machine learning. Gaetano Borriello works mostly in the field of World Wide Web, limiting it down to concerns involving Process and, occasionally, Software deployment.
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Location systems for ubiquitous computing
J. Hightower;G. Borriello.
IEEE Computer (2001)
Place lab: device positioning using radio beacons in the wild
Anthony LaMarca;Yatin Chawathe;Sunny Consolvo;Jeffrey Hightower.
international conference on pervasive computing (2005)
SpotON: An Indoor 3D Location Sensing Technology Based on RF Signal Strength
Jeffrey Hightower;Gaetano Borriello;Roy Want.
Bayesian filtering for location estimation
V. Fox;J. Hightower;Lin Liao;D. Schulz.
IEEE Pervasive Computing (2003)
Building the Internet of Things Using RFID: The RFID Ecosystem Experience
E. Welbourne;L. Battle;G. Cole;K. Gould.
IEEE Internet Computing (2009)
Exploiting mobility for energy efficient data collection in wireless sensor networks
Sushant Jain;Rahul C. Shah;Waylon Brunette;Gaetano Borriello.
Mobile Networks and Applications (2006)
A practical approach to recognizing physical activities
Jonathan Lester;Tanzeem Choudhury;Gaetano Borriello.
international conference on pervasive computing (2006)
A hybrid discriminative/generative approach for modeling human activities
Jonathan Lester;Tanzeem Choudhury;Nicky Kern;Gaetano Borriello.
international joint conference on artificial intelligence (2005)
Field programmable gate array
William H. C. Ebeling;Gaetano Borriello.
Extracting places from traces of locations
Jong Hee Kang;William Welbourne;Benjamin Stewart;Gaetano Borriello.
Mobile Computing and Communications Review (2005)
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