Friedemann Mattern
Friedemann Mattern
Professor, Department of Computer Science, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Verified email at inf.ethz.ch - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Virtual time and global states of distributed systems
F Mattern
Parallel and Distributed Algorithms, 215-226, 1989
20831989
The design space of wireless sensor networks
K Römer, F Mattern
Wireless Communications, IEEE 11 (6), 54-61, 2004
19802004
From the Internet of Computers to the Internet of Things
F Mattern, C Floerkemeier
From active data management to event-based systems and more, 242-259, 2010
662*2010
Smart-its friends: A technique for users to easily establish connections between smart artefacts
L Holmquist, F Mattern, B Schiele, P Alahuhta, M Beigl, HW Gellersen
Ubicomp 2001: Ubiquitous Computing, 116-122, 2001
6212001
Detecting causal relationships in distributed computations: In search of the holy grail
R Schwarz, F Mattern
Distributed computing 7 (3), 149-174, 1994
5991994
From the Internet of Things to the Web of Things: Resource-oriented Architecture and Best Practices
D Guinard, V Trifa, F Mattern, E Wilde
Architecting the Internet of Things, 97-129, 2011
4792011
Efficient algorithms for distributed snapshots and global virtual time approximation
F Mattern
Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 18 (4), 1993
4581993
Middleware challenges for wireless sensor networks
K Römer, O Kasten, F Mattern
ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review 6 (4), 59-61, 2002
3842002
Das Internet der Dinge
E Fleisch, F Mattern
Springer, 2005
380*2005
Algorithms for distributed termination detection
F Mattern
Distributed computing 2 (3), 161-175, 1987
3791987
Social, economic, and ethical implications of ambient intelligence and ubiquitous computing
J Bohn, V Coroama, M Langheinrich, F Mattern, M Rohs
Ambient intelligence, 5-29, 2005
3332005
Smart identification frameworks for ubiquitous computing applications
K Römer, T Schoch, F Mattern, T Dübendorfer
Wireless Networks 10 (6), 689-700, 2004
2442004
Living in a world of smart everyday objects—social, economic, and ethical implications
J Bohn, V Coroama, M Langheinrich, F Mattern, M Rohs
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 10 (5), 763-785, 2004
2272004
ICT for green: how computers can help us to conserve energy
F Mattern, T Staake, M Weiss
e-Energy '10, 1st International Conf. on Energy-Efficient Computing and …, 2010
1832010
Leveraging smart meter data to recognize home appliances
M Weiss, A Helfenstein, F Mattern, T Staake
Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and …, 2012
1652012
Prototyping wireless sensor network applications with BTnodes
J Beutel, O Kasten, F Mattern, K Römer, F Siegemund, L Thiele
Wireless Sensor Networks, 323-338, 2004
1652004
A real-time search engine for the web of things
B Ostermaier, K Römer, F Mattern, M Fahrmair, W Kellerer
Internet of Things (IOT), 2010, 1-8, 2010
1332010
Living in a smart environment – Implications for the coming ubiquitous information society
M Langheinrich, V Coroama, J Bohn, F Mattern
Telecommunications Review 15 (1), 132-143, 2005
130*2005
Super-distributed RFID tag infrastructures
J Bohn, F Mattern
Ambient Intelligence, 1-12, 2004
1282004
Vom Internet der Computer zum Internet der Dinge
F Mattern, C Flörkemeier
Informatik-Spektrum 33 (2), 107-121, 2010
1262010
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