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Deniz Atak

Master Thesis Student

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My thesis is an extension of Associative PDA 2.0 (which continues APDA ) over group information concept, i.e. personal information will be shared amongst a group, to allow seamless information sharing and search. Users will be able to create personal notes and share them with others that can be defined by the user herself/himself. While doing this, system should give enough consideration to information and privacy management, and access rights concepts.

I am aiming to implement a system which deals with personal and organizational information in a context-aware, user-centered one that will then become a common information space.

My supervisor is Jonathan Diehl



  • Jonathan Diehl, Deniz Atak and Jan Borchers. Associative Information Spaces.  In MobileHCI '08: Workshop on Mobile Interaction with the Real World (MIRW 2008), pages 127–138, Workshop Paper, September 2008.
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