Proceedings of the 1997 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Department of Computer Science
The self-organizing desk is a system that enhances a physical desk-top with electronic information. It can remember, organize, update, and manipulate the information contained in the documents on a desk. The system consists of a simple robot eye that can survey the desk, a module for smart extraction of information from the images taken by the robot, a module for representing this information in multiple views, and a module that allows a user to interact with this information.
Rus, D., & de Santis, P. (August 1997). The Self-Organizing Desk. Proceedings of the 1997 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Nagoya, Japan.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Rus, Daniela and de Santis, Peter, "The Self-Organizing Desk" (1997). Open Dartmouth: Published works by Dartmouth faculty. 4037.