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Want more information about Project Voyager?  We've assembled a collection of documents about this project in addition to a list of relevant research papers and links to other related web sites.
Thesis & Publications
Project Voyager:  Building an Internet Presence for People, Places, and Things
Wesley Chan, Masters Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  (May 18, 2001)

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DealFinder:  A Collaborative, Location-Aware Mobile Shopping Application
Wesley Chan - Short paper submitted to the CHI 2001 conference (Dec. 2000).

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Project Documents

Project Voyager Description
A brief, one-page description that discusses Project Voyager's objectives.

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Personal Shopping Assistant Assembly Schematic
A schematic describing how a Voyager PSA device is assembled.

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Project Voyager Scenarios
A planning document outlining several pervasive computing scenarios.

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Project Voyager Components Diagram
An planning document that graphs out an early architecture for Project Voyager.

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Other Relevant Projects and Papers
Cooltown:  Building a Web Presence for People, Places, and Things
Mobile Systems and Services Lab, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

Web Sitehttp://www.cooltown.com/dev/

CyberGuide: A Mobile Context-Aware Tour Guide
Gregory Abowd, Christopher Atkeson, Jason Hong, Sue Long, Rob Kooper & Mike Pinkerton, ACM Wireless Networks 3 (1997) 421-433.

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Developing a Context-aware Electronic Tourist Guide:  Some Issues and Experiences
Keith Cheverst, Nigel Davies, Keith Mitchell, Adrian Friday, & Christos Efstratiou, CHI 2000 Letters, vol. 2, issue  (Apr. 1-6, 2000).  17-24.

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Location-aware information delivery with comMotion
Natalia Marmasse and Chris Schmadt, HUC 2000 Proceedings (2000), 51-157.

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Impulse: Location-based Agent Assistance
Jim Youll, Joan Morris, Raffi Krikorian & Pattie Maes.  Software Demos, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Autonomous Agents (June 2000), Barcelona, Spain.

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