2019 - Fellow of the American Statistical Association (ASA)
2012 - ACM Senior Member
1933 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Mobile computing, Ubiquitous computing, Wireless and Human–computer interaction. His Computer network study incorporates themes from Replication and Data element. His work carried out in the field of Mobile computing brings together such families of science as Network architecture, Metadata, Software deployment and Wireless access point.
His Ubiquitous computing research also works with subjects such as
James Scott mainly investigates Computer network, Human–computer interaction, Ubiquitous computing, Mobile computing and Mobile device. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wireless network, Distributed computing and Network interface. The Human–computer interaction study which covers Software that intersects with Construct, Modular design, Key and Object.
His Ubiquitous computing research includes themes of Wireless, Mobile phone, World Wide Web, Variety and Internet privacy. As a part of the same scientific study, James Scott usually deals with the Mobile computing, concentrating on Computer security and frequently concerns with Software deployment. The various areas that James Scott examines in his Mobile device study include Activity recognition and Simulation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer hardware, Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, Electronic paper and Display device. His work deals with themes such as Wireless and Implementation, which intersect with Human–computer interaction. His Wireless research includes elements of Ubiquitous computing and Embedded system.
His research integrates issues of Home automation and World Wide Web in his study of Ubiquitous computing. His studies link Computer network with Mechanism. His work in the fields of Session key overlaps with other areas such as DOCK.
James Scott mainly focuses on Object, Modular design, Human–computer interaction, Computer hardware and Wireless. His research in Object intersects with topics in Computer game, Software and Authentication. His research investigates the connection between Modular design and topics such as Service that intersect with issues in Data store, Field, Property and Operating system.
His Human–computer interaction research integrates issues from Haptic technology and Implementation. His work focuses on many connections between Computer hardware and other disciplines, such as Set, that overlap with his field of interest in Mobile computing, Control, Electronics, Cable gland and Engineering drawing. His Wireless study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ubiquitous computing and Embedded system.
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Impact of Human Mobility on Opportunistic Forwarding Algorithms
A. Chaintreau;Pan Hu;J. Crowcroft;C. Diot.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2007)
Place lab: device positioning using radio beacons in the wild
Anthony LaMarca;Yatin Chawathe;Sunny Consolvo;Jeffrey Hightower.
international conference on pervasive computing (2005)
Pocket switched networks and human mobility in conference environments
Pan Hui;Augustin Chaintreau;James Scott;Richard Gass.
acm special interest group on data communication (2005)
Impact of Human Mobility on the Design of Opportunistic Forwarding Algorithms
A. Chaintreau;P. Hui;J. Crowcroft;C. Diot.
ieee international conference computer and communications (2006)
Location-aware computing comes of age
M. Hazas;J. Scott;J. Krumm.
IEEE Computer (2004)
PreHeat: controlling home heating using occupancy prediction
James Scott;A.J. Bernheim Brush;John Krumm;Brian Meyers.
ubiquitous computing (2011)
Pocket Switched Networks: Real-world mobility and its consequences for opportunistic forwarding
Augustin Chaintreau;Pan Hui;Jon Crowcroft;Christophe Diot.
Haggle: A networking architecture designed around mobile users
James Scott;Jon Crowcroft;Pan Hui;Christophe Diot.
wireless on demand network systems and service (2006)
Somniloquy: augmenting network interfaces to reduce PC energy usage
Yuvraj Agarwal;Steve Hodges;Ranveer Chandra;James Scott.
networked systems design and implementation (2009)
Place-Its: a study of location-based reminders on mobile phones
Timothy Sohn;Kevin A. Li;Gunny Lee;Ian Smith.
ubiquitous computing (2005)
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