Publications etc.

This page lists items of interest produced by Matt, including Publications, Reports, Photographs, Thesis/Dissertation, Unpublished, Workshop / Conference Commitments, Workshop/Conference attendance, Other Presentation / Posters.

Publications

  • Opportunistic Community Based Messaging in Human Interaction Networks (pdf 11MB)
    • Matthew Stabeler Opportunistic Community Based Messaging in Human Interaction Networks. PhD Thesis, University College Dublin Dublin, Ireland. August 2012
    • Bibtex
    • Submitted August 2012, Viva passed on 11th December 2012 - Final Submission 27th March 2013
  • An Assessment of Community Finding Algorithms for Community-Based Message Routing in DTNs (pdf)
    • Matthew Stabeler, Conrad Lee, and P√°adraig Cunningham An Assessment of Community Finding Algorithms for Community-Based Message Routing in DTNs. In: 10th International Conference on Wired/Wireless Communications (WWIC2012) Santorini, Greece. June 2012
    • Bibtex
    • Conference presentation slides (pdf 3.3mb)
  • Using Hierarchical Community Structure to Improve Community-Based Message Routing (pdf)
    • Matthew Stabeler and Conrad Lee and Graham Williamson and P√°draig Cunningham Using Hierarchical Community Structure to Improve Community-Based Message Routing. In: ICWSM-11 Workshop on Social Mobile Web Workshop (SMW-11) Barcelona, Spain. July 2011
    • Bibtex
    • Workshop presentation slides (pdf 1.4mb)
  • Delay tolerant networks and spatially detailed human mobility (pdf)
    • Matthew Stabeler and Davide Cellai and Paddy Nixon and Simon Dobson Delay tolerant networks and spatially detailed human mobility . Workshop on the Emergence of Delay-/Disruption-Tolerant Networks at ICUMT. St Petersburg, Russia. 14th October 2009
    • Bibtex
    • Workshop presentation slides (pdf 1.4mb)
  • Profiling and targeting opportunities in pervasive advertising (pdf)
    • Ross Shannon, Matthew Stabeler, Aaron Quigley and Paddy Nixon Profiling and targeting opportunities in pervasive advertising. 1st Workshop on Pervasive Advertising, Pervasive 2009. Nara, Japan. May 2009
    • Bibtex
  • Basadaeir: harvesting user profiles to bootstrap pervasive applications (pdf 146KB)
    • Matthew Stabeler and Graeme Stevenson and Simon Dobson and Paddy nixon Basadaeir: harvesting user profiles to bootstrap pervasive applications . Submitted to Adjunct Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Pervasive Computing. Nara, Japan. May 2009
    • Bibtex
    • Project Page
    • Conference Poster (pdf 1.4MB)
  • Gathering datasets for activity identification (pdf 98KB)
    • Lorcan Coyle, Juan Ye, Susan McKeever, Stephen Knox, Matthew Stabeler, Simon Dobson and Paddy Nixon. Gathering datasets for activity identification. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Developing Shared Home Behaviour Datasets to Advance HCI and Uniquitous Computing Research at CHI 2009. Boston, MA., 2009
    • Bibtex
  • An Open-Source Infrastructure for Pervasive Computing (pdf 400KB)
    • Simon Dobson and Graeme Stevenson and Graham Williamson and Stephen Knox and Matthew Stabeler and Lorcan Coyle and Steve Neely and Paddy Nixon An Open-Source Infrastructure for Pervasive Computing. PerAda Magazine. Rimini, Italy. 2008.
    • Bibtex
    • Website
  • SensorMash: Exploring System Fidelity Through Sensor Mashup (pdf 1.74mb)
    • Steve Neely, Matthew Stabeler, and Paddy Nixon SensorMash: Exploring System Fidelity through Sensor Mashup. Adjunct Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Pervasive Computing. Syndey, Australia. 2008.
    • Bibtex
    • Project Page
    • Conference Poster (pdf 0.5MB)
    • Awards
      • Winner of best one-minute-madness presentation (Matt Stabeler), Pervasive 2008
        Prize for Best Presentation - 1 minute madness
      • Presentation Video

Reports

  • Exploiting human networks for delay tolerant environmental sensing (pdf 604kb)
    • Matthew Stabeler Exploiting human networks for delay tolerant environmental sensing. PhD Transfer Report, University College Dublin, School of Computer Science and Informatics. Dublin, Ireland. April 2009.

Published Photographs

Undergraduate Thesis / Dissertation

  • An investigation into a geo-spatial pervasive information gathering engine (pdf 6.9mb)
    • Matthew Stabeler, An investigation into a geo-spatial pervasive information gathering engine. Undergraduate Disseration/Thesis, BSc Internet Computing, University of Hull 2006. Unpublished
    • Bibtex
    • Awards
      • Awarded: Ede and Ravenscroft Prize for Excellence in Combined/Single Honours
      • Awarded: GB Cook Prize in Computing for Best Project in the Honours Stage
      • Awarded: GB Cook Prize in Computing for an Outstanding Performance in the Honours Stage
    • Nominations
      • Nominated: The Microsoft Award for Student Excellence
      • Nominated: The SET (Science, Engineering and Technology) Awards 2006.

Unpublished

  • Optimum Coverage of the Pervasive Sensor Swarm (pdf 0.6mb)
    • Matthew Stabeler, Optimum Coverage of the Pervasive Sensor Swarm. Coursework Output of the Natural Computing Lecture Series, Mike O'Neill, University College Dublin, Semester 1. 2007/2008

Workshop / Conference Commitments

Workshop / Conference Attendance

Other Presentations / Posters

  • IRCSET Symposium ("Innovation fuelling the Smart Society"), RDS Ballsbridge, Dublin, September 2009 - Poster (pdf 600KB) and Abstract (pdf 200KB)
  • PhD Symposium, University College Dublin, December 2008 - Presentation Slides (pdf 600KB)
  • Research Seminar Series (RSS) presentation, University College Dublin, November 2008 - Presentation Slides (pdf 400KB)