Selected Papers

Stibe, A. & Larson, K. (2016). Persuasive Cities for Sustainable Wellbeing: Quantified Communities. In M. Younas et al. (eds.): Mobile Web and Intelligent Information Systems (MobiWIS 2016), LNCS 9847 (pp. 271–282)  [PDF]

Stibe, A. (2016). Persuasive Cities: Health Behavior Change at Scale. Adjunct Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Persuasive Technology (pp. 42-45)  [PDF]

Stibe, A., Chatterjee, S., Schechtner, K., Wunsch, M., Millonig, A., Seer, S., Chin, R.C.C. & Larson, K. (2016). Empowering Cities for Sustainable Wellbeing. Adjunct Proceedings of the11th International Conference on Persuasive Technology (pp. 76-79)  [PDF]

Wunsch, M., Millonig, A., Seer, S., Schechtner, K., Stibe, A. & Chin, R.C.C. (2016). Challenged to Bike: Assessing the Potential Impact of Gamified Cycling InitiativesTransportation Research Board (TRB) 95th Annual Meeting, January 10–14, 2016, Washington D.C., USA.

Stibe, A. (2015). Advancing Typology of Computer-Supported Influence: Moderation Effects in Socially Influencing Systems. In Persuasive Technology (pp. 253-264). Springer International Publishing  [PDF]

Stibe, A. (2015). Towards a Framework for Socially Influencing Systems: Meta-Analysis of Four PLS-SEM Based Studies. In Persuasive Technology (pp. 172-183). Springer International Publishing  [PDF]

Wunsch, M., Stibe, A., Millonig, A., Seer, S., Dai, C., Schechtner, K., & Chin, R. C. (2015). What Makes You Bike? Exploring Persuasive Strategies to Encourage Low-Energy Mobility. In Persuasive Technology (pp. 53-64). Springer International Publishing  [PDF]

S. Y. Pao and K. Larson (2013) “Augmented Participatory Design” In ACM SIGGRAPH 2013, the 40th International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques (SIGGRAPH ’13), Anaheim, CA, USA. [Abstract] [PDF
Awarded 3rd place at the SIGGRAPH 2013 ACM Student Research Competition (Graduate Category).

Katja Schechtner, Answers from Within, Future Everything, eds. Drew Hemmet and Anthony Townsend, Manchester, UK, 2013

S. Y. Pao, A. Reben, and K. Larson (2012) “FlickInk: Bridging the Physical and Digital for Creative Work” ACM SIGGRAPH Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Asia, Emerging Technologies, Singapore, Singapore. [Abstract] [PDF

S. Y. Pao, S. Mota, K. Chung, and A. Reben (2012) “A Need-driven Design Approach: Addressing Latent Needs in Collaboration” Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2012), Bellevue, WA, USA. [Abstract] [PDF]

M.E. Rosenberger, W.L. Haskell, F. Albinali, S. Mota, J. Nawyn, and S.S. Intille, “Estimating activity and sedentary behavior from an accelerometer on the hip or wrist,” Medicine Science in Sports and Exercise, Dec 14, 2012. PMID: 23247702.

S. Mota, R. Fletcher, K. Larson, “Continuous Longitudinal Monitoring of Motor-Related Symptoms in Parkinson’s Patients Using Wearable Accelerometers,” 35th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. April 23–26, 2014. (To appear)

A. Chang, S. Mota, H. Lieberman, “GestureNet: A Common Sense Approach to Physical Activity Similarity”, 25th Conference of Electronics, Visualizations and the Arts (EVA London), 7-10 July 2014. (To appear).

R. Fletcher, S. Kumar, N. Leonard, S. Mota, “Using Wearable Sensors For Behavior Monitoring And Interventions: Lessons Learned And Future Directions”, 35th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. April 23–26, 2014. (To appear)

M. Rosenberger, W. Haskell, F. Abinali, S. Mota, J. Nawyn, and S.S. Intille, “Estimating energy expenditure from accelerometry and physiological sensors in one device,” American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) National Conference, May 2012. 

S.S. Intille, T. Lazenka, K. Bechtel, F. Albinali, S. Mota, B. Kuris, P. Botana, and W.L. Haskell, “Developing context-sensitive ecological momentary assessment on mobile phones: Examples/lessons from pilot projects,” in “Using Real-Time Mobile Phone Technologies in Physical Activity and Eating Behavior Research” Symposium, Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, April, 2012.

M. Rosenberger, W. Haskell, F. Abinali, S. Mota, J. Nawyn, and S.S. Intille, “A comparison of accelerometer estimates of energy expenditure on the wrist and hip in adults,” American Heart Association (AHA) EPI/NPAM Conference, March 2012.

S.S. Intille, F. Albinali, S. Mota, B. Kuris, P. Botana, and W.L. Haskell, “Design of a wearable physical activity monitoring system using mobile phones and accelerometers,” in Proc. of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Meeting (EMBC), 2011, pp. 3636 – 3639. PMID: 22255127. 

S.S. Intille, F. Albinali, S. Mota, A.D. Nguyen, Y. Han, and W.L. Haskell, “Sensor-driven automatic feedback on mobile devices for improving behavioral measurement and intervention: Design experiences from two pilot projects,” in “Advances in Information Technology for Increasing Dissemination” Symposium, Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, April, 2011. 

S. Mota, F. Albinali, S.S. Intille, “Collecting Longitudinal Physical Activity Data Using Miniature Wireless Accelerometers and Mobile Phones,” International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction; 4, 2; 37-43. Special themed issue from MobileHCI' 2011.

J.S. Beaudin, S.S. Intille, and M.E. Morris, "To Track or Not to Track: User Reactions to Concepts in Longitudinal Health Monitoring" J Med Internet Res 2006;8(4):e29 [URL]

W.J. Mitchell, F.T. Piller, M. Tseng. R.C. Chin, B.L. McClanahan, “Extreme Customization,” Proceedings of the Mass Customization and Personalization Conference (MCPC 2007), Cambridge, MA, 2008. [PDF]

R.C. Chin. Before Pine and Dell: Mass Customization in Urban Design, Architecture, Linguistics, and Food, Proceedings of the Mass Customization and Personalization Conference (MCPC 2007), Cambridge, MA, 2008. [URL]

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R.C. Chin, W. Lark, P. Künzler, R.D. Poblano,  P.A. Liang, M. Joachim,  “City Car: A New Design Approach Enabling Urban Mobility,” Technical Paper presented at Convergence 2006, Paper No. 2006-21-0076, 2006. 

R.C. Chin, P. Künzler, “Adaptive Product Modules for Mass Customization: Lessons from Vehicular Architecture development,” Adaptables2006: International Conference On Adaptable Building Structures, TU/e, Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Publisher, 2006. [PDF]

R.C. Chin, P. Künzler, R.D. Poblano,  “Radical Re-Modularization: Tradeoffs in Designing Mass Customization Product Architectures,” Paper presented at the International Mass Customization Meeting (IMCM + PETO 2006), Hamburg, Germany, 2006. [PDF]

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K.C. Cheung, S.S. Intille, and K. Larson, "An Inexpensive Bluetooth-Based Indoor Positioning Hack," in Proceedings of UbiComp 2006 Extended Abstracts (Posters Program) , 2006. 
[PDF]

J.S. Beaudin, S.S. Intille, and M. Morris, "MicroLearning on a Mobile Device," in Proceedings of UbiComp 2006 Extended Abstracts (Demo Program) , 2006. 
[Abstract] [PDF]

S. Intille, J. Herigon, W. Haskell, A. King, J. A. Wright, and R. F. Friedman, "Intensity levels of occupational activities related to hotel housekeeping in a sample of minority women," in Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity , 2006. 
[Abstract] [Poster]

J. Nawyn, S. S. Intille, and K. Larson, "Embedding behavior modification strategies into a consumer electronics device: a case study," inProceedings of UbiComp 2006 , Springer-Verlag, 2006, to appear. 
[Abstract] [PDF

S.S. Intille, "The goal: smart people, not smart homes," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics , IOS Press, 2006. 
[Abstract][PDF]

S. S. Intille, K. Larson, E. Munguia Tapia, J. Beaudin, P. Kaushik, J. Nawyn, and R. Rockinson, "Using a live-in laboratory for ubiquitous computing research," in Proceedings of PERVASIVE 2006 , vol. LNCS 3968, K. P. Fishkin, B. Schiele, P. Nixon, and A. Quigley, Eds. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2006, pp. 349-365. 
[Abstract] [PDF]

E. Munguia Tapia, S. S. Intille, L. Lopez, and K. Larson, "The design of a portable kit of wireless sensors for naturalistic data collection," in Proceedings of PERVASIVE 2006 , vol. LNCS 3968, K. P. Fishkin, B. Schiele, P. Nixon, and A. Quigley, Eds. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2006, pp. 117-134. 
[Abstract] [PDF]

J. Ho and S. S. Intille, "Using context-aware computing to reduce the perceived burden of interruptions from mobile devices," in Proceedings of CHI 2005 Connect: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York, NY: ACM Press, 2004. To appear. 
[Abstract][PDF]

S. S. Intille, K. Larson, J. S. Beaudin, J. Nawyn, E. Munguia Tapia, P. Kaushik, "A living laboratory for the design and evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies," in Extended Abstracts of the 2005 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems . New York, NY: ACM Press, 2004. To appear. 
[Abstract][PDF]

M. Morris, S. S. Intille, and J. S. Beaudin, "Embedded Assessment: overcoming barriers to early detection with pervasive computing," inProceedings of PERVASIVE 2005 . Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2005. To appear. 
[Abstract][PDF]

K. Patrick, S. Intille, and M. Zabinski, "An ecological framework for cancer communication: implications for research," Journal of Medical Internet Research , 2005. In press. 
[Abstract]

S. S. Intille, "A new research challenge: persuasive technology to motivate healthy aging," Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, vol. 8(3), pp. 235-237, 2004. [Abstract] [PDF]

E. M. Tapia, N. Marmasse, S. S. Intille, and K. Larson, "MITes: Wireless portable sensors for studying behavior," in Proceedings of Extended Abstracts Ubicomp 2004: Ubiquitous Computing, 2004. [Abstract] [PDF]

K. Larson, S. Intille, T. J. McLeish, J. Beaudin, and R. E. Williams, "Open source building - reinventing places of living," BT Technology Journal, vol. 22, pp. 187-200, 2004. [Abstract] [PDF]

J. S. Beaudin, E. Munguia Tapia, and S. S. Intille, "Lessons learned using ubiquitous sensors for data collection in real homes," inExtended Abstracts of the 2004 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York, NY: ACM Press, 2004, pp. 1359-1362. [Abstract] [PDF]

L. Bao and S. S. Intille, "Activity recognition from user-annotated acceleration data," in Proceedings of PERVASIVE 2004, vol. LNCS 3001, A. Ferscha and F. Mattern, Eds. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2004, pp. 1-17.[Abstract] [PDF]

E. Munguia Tapia, S. S. Intille, and K. Larson, "Activity recognition in the home setting using simple and ubiquitous sensors," inProceedings of PERVASIVE 2004, vol. LNCS 3001, A. Ferscha and F. Mattern, Eds. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2004, pp. 158-175. [Abstract] [PDF

S. S. Intille, L. Bao, E. Munguia Tapia, and J. Rondoni, "Acquiring in situ training data for context-aware ubiquitous computing applications," in Proceedings of CHI 2004 Connect: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York, NY: ACM Press, 2004, pp. 1-9. [Abstract] [PDF]

S. S. Intille, K. Larson, and E. M. Tapia, "Designing and evaluating technology for independent aging in the home," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Aging, Disability and Independence, 2003. [Abstract] [PDF

E. Munguia Tapia, S.S. Intille, J. Rebula,  S. Stoddard. Concept and Partial Prototype Video: Ubiquitous Video Communication with the Perception of Eye Contact. Proceedings of UBICOMP 2003 Video Program, 2003. [Abstract] [PDF] [Video (MPEG v.1 AVI)]

S.S. Intille, V. Lee, and C. Pinhanez. Ubiquitous Computing in the Living Room: Concept Sketches and an Implementation of a Persistent User Interface. Proceedings of UBICOMP 2003 Video Program, 2003.  [Abstract] [PDF] [Video (MPEG v.1 AVI)]

S.S. Intille, E. Munguia Tapia J. Rondoni, J. Beaudin, C. Kukla, S. Agarwal, and L. Bao, "Tools for studying behavior and technology in natural settings," in Proceedings of UBICOMP 2003: Ubiquitous Computing, vol. LNCS 2864, A.K. Dey, A. Schmidt, and J.F. McCarthy, Eds. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, 2003, pp. 157-174.[Abstract] [PDF]

S.S. Intille, K. Larson. Designing and Evaluating Supportive Technology for Homes. Proceedings of the IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics 2003, IEEE Press. [Abstract]  [PDF]

S. S. Intille, C. Kukla, R. Farzanfar, and W. Bakr, "Just-in-time technology to encourage incremental, dietary behavior change," inProceedings of the AMIA 2003 Symposium: Wiley, 2003. [Abstract] [PDF]

S. S. Intille, J. Rondoni, C. Kukla, I. Anacona, and L. Bao, "A context-aware experience sampling tool," in Proceedings of CHI '03 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York, NY: ACM Press, 2003, pp. 972-973.[Abstract] [PDF]

A.M. Intille and S. S. Intille, "New challenges for privacy law: wearable computers that create electronic digital diaries," Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, MIT Dept. of Architecture House_n Project Technical Report, 2003. [Abstract][PDF]

S. S. Intille, "Change blind information display for ubiquitous computing environments," in Proceedings of the Ubicomp 2002: Ubiquitous Computing, vol. LNCS 2498, G. Borriello and L. E. Holmquist, Eds. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2002, pp. 91-106. [Abstract][PDF]

S. S. Intille, "Designing a home of the future," IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. April-June, pp. 80-86, 2002.[Abstract][PDF]

S. S. Intille, K. Larson, and C. Kukla, "Just-in-time context-sensitive questioning for preventative health care," in Proceedings of the AAAI 2002 Workshop on Automation as Caregiver: The Role of Intelligent Technology in Elder CareAAAI Technical Report WS-02-02. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press, 2002.[Abstract][PDF]

S. S. Intille, C. Kukla, and X. Ma, "Eliciting user preferences using image-based experience sampling and reflection," in Proceedings of the CHI '02 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York, NY: ACM Press, 2002, pp. 738-739.[Abstract][PDF]

S. S. Intille and A. F. Bobick, "Recognizing planned, multi-person action," Computer Vision and Image Understanding (1077-3142), vol. 81, pp. 414-445, 2001.[Abstract] [Compressed Postscript][PDF]

S. S. Intille, C. Kukla, B. Stigge, and L. Bonanni, "Merging the physical and digital in ubiquitous computing environments," Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, MIT Dept. of Architecture House_n Project Technical Report, 2001.[Abstract] [PDF]

R. Khalaf and S. S. Intille, "Improving multiple people tracking using temporal consistency," Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, MIT Dept. of Architecture House_n Project Technical Report, 2001.[Abstract] [PDF]

Origami Desk, SIGGRAPH Conference Abstracts and Applications, pg 134, 2001. Emerging Technologies exhibit designed in collaboration with the Media Lab and House_n's Leonardo Bonanni. 

Kent Larson, Mark A. Tapia, Jose Pinto Duarte, "A New Epoch: Automated Design Tools for the Mass Customization of Housing" A+U 366, March,  2001. [PDF]

Kent Larson, "The Home of the Future," A+U 361, October 2000. [PDF]