1 edition of Mobile Context Awareness found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Tom Lovett, Eamonn O"Neill|
|Contributions||O"Neill, Eamonn, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
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Mobile Context Awareness presents work from industrial and academic researchers, focusing on novel methods of context acquisition in the mobile environment – particularly through the use of physical and virtual sensors – along with research into new applications utilising this context.
In addition, the book provides insights into the Format: Hardcover. The very mobility of these devices is key to the idea of mobile context awareness, where the sensing and reacting is enabled by, and even conducted upon, the device itself.
The motivation behind this book is threefold: to explore the capabilities, challenges, and applications of mobile context awareness. Mobile Context Awareness presents work from industrial and academic researchers, focusing on novel methods of context acquisition in the mobile environment â" particularly through the use of physical and virtual sensors â" along with research into new applications utilising this context.
In addition, the book provides insights into the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction / Tom Lovett and Eamonn O'Neill --Modeling Success, Failure, and Intent of Multi-Agent Activities Under Severe Noise / Adam Sadilek and Henry Kautz --Energy-Accuracy Trade-offs of Sensor Sampling in Smart Phone Based Sensing Systems / Kiran K.
Mobile context-awareness is a popular research trend in the field of ubiquitous computing. Advances in mobile device sensory hardware and the rise of ‘virtual’ sensors such as web application programming interfaces (APIs) mean that the mobile user is exposed to a vast range of data that can be used for new advanced applications.
Context awareness is a property of mobile devices that is defined complementarily to location s location may determine how certain processes around a contributing device operate, context may be applied more flexibly with mobile users, especially with users of smart t awareness originated as a term from ubiquitous computing or as so-called pervasive computing which.
Context-awareness is a maturing area within the field of ubiquitous computing. It is particularly relevant to the growing sub-field of mobile computing as a user’s context changes more rapidly when a user is mobile, and interacts with more devices and people in a greater number of by: Concepts and Architectures for Mobile Context-Aware Applications: /ch Context-awareness has been investigated for almost a decade and is considered as a convenient and desirable feature in distributed mobile systems since itCited by: 2.
From the Book. Building the Mobile Internet $ Location Information and Context Awareness. One particular characteristic of the mobile Internet is obviously that users are mobile—that is, not bound to a particular location. The location of users can be used for a number of location-based services, ranging from finding the nearest pizza.
Mobile Sensors and Context-Aware Computing is a useful guide that explains how hardware, software, sensors, and operating systems converge to create a new generation of context-aware mobile applications. This cohesive guide to the mobile computing landscape demonstrates innovative mobile and sensor solutions for platforms that deliver enhanced, personalized user experiences, with examples.
As a result, there are two main issues in the design of context-aware adaptive and personalized mobile learning systems, namely, the learner’s contextual information that influence adaptations, and the type of adaptations that can be performed based on retrieved learner’s Cited by: Incorporating such context in applications provided to mobile users may significantly enhance the quality of service in terms of finding more related answers.
This chapter first gives a brief overview of context and context awareness in mobile systems. It then discusses different ways of expressing the spatial location context within mobile Cited by: 5.
Awareness contexts refers to the varying levels of knowledge or suspicion that both patients Mobile Context Awareness book medical staff possess about the health status of the patient. The term is generally used in the context of terminally ill patients. It was "the first comprehensive sociological exploration of the process of dying", and it is credit with aiding activism improving the rights of terminally ill patients.
context-awareness. Consider an example where Soﬁa is using her iPhone while walking in the Broad Street in Oxford, UK. Soﬁa intends to book a table in a nearby Italian restaurant for a dinner with her friends.
Using her iPhone, she browses mobile services in order to ﬁnd appropriate restaurants, check the location of nearby res. The book examines the impact caused by the confluence of five technology sets impacting us today; mobile, social, data, sensors and location.
Age of Context offers a well grounded view of how companies are using these technologies together to launch us into a new media by: FORMALIZING CONTEXT AWARENESS AND CONTEXT DEPENDENCY We start by giving a brief overview of the action system formalism and then present how we model context awareness and context dependency - Selection from Mobile Intelligence [Book].
Context awareness plays ever increasing role in Mobile Crowd-Sensing (MCS), which relies on sensing capabilities of mobile devices to collect real-time user data and related context.
The paper proposes a MCS framework for valuable data collection in order to enable smart applications. A context aware framework for mobile by: 1. Mobile context-awareness is a popular research trend in the field in ubiquitous computing.
Advances in mobile device sensory hardware and the rise of 'virtual' sensors such as web APIs mean that the mobile user is exposed to a vast range of data that can be used for new advanced by: 2. G.D. Abowd et al.
/ Cyberguide: A mobile context-aware tour guide Overview This paper is an extended version of an earlier report on Cyberguide , we discuss the evolution of the Cyberguide design and prototype as well as what future research areas our experience has uncovered.
We begin in. Book Description. Mobile Sensors and Context-Aware Computing is a useful guide that explains how hardware, software, sensors, and operating systems converge to create a new generation of context-aware mobile applications.
This cohesive guide to the mobile computing landscape demonstrates innovative mobile and sensor solutions for platforms that deliver enhanced, personalized user. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Acontextuality of the mobile phone often leads to a caller’s uncertainty over a callee’s current state, which in turn often hampers mobile collaboration.
We are interested in re-designing a Smartphone’s contact book to provide cues of the current situations of others. Context awareness is increasingly gaining applicability in interactive ubiquitous mobile computing systems.
In order to apply this concept in design of applications for dynamic environments, it is necessary to understand what constitutes context awareness, the classification of context and context-aware development frameworks. Context‐awareness is the characteristic of a system that is capable of monitoring the environment continuously aided with physical sensors and mobile sensors.
Authors described the requirements for ambient intelligence: application adaptability, resource awareness, mobile services, semantic service discovery, code generation and context Author: Maricela Bravo, José A. Reyes‐Ortiz, Leonardo Sánchez‐Martínez, Roberto A.
Alcántara‐Ramírez. Wearable computing. Mobile computing. Ubiquitous computing. Perhaps these terms are synonymous in the mind of the reader.
Or perhaps they evoke some religious zeal concerning fundamental distinctions in future trends for computing. Regardless, researchers in these fields all share one common belief. related to contextual computing and context-awareness and those are the keys to solve it.
The following shows few of the options that came to mind. Looking for a book in bookshelves. Looking for a book in bookshelves is a frustrating task for most people. Even if the person knows what bookshelf the book is on, there are still many sections on Author: Sam Serpoosh. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Acontextuality of the mobile phone often leads to a caller's uncertainty over a callee's current state, which in turn often hampers mobile collaboration.
We are interested in re-designing a Smartphone's contact book to provide cues of the current situations of others. Introduction. Mobile Commerce, or m-Commerce, is about the explosion of applications and services that are becoming accessible from Internet-enabled mobile involves new technologies, services and business models.
It is quite different from traditional e-Commerce. Mobile phones impose very different constraints than desktop computers. Gandon F and Sadeh N Context-awareness, privacy and mobile access Proceedings of the 1st French-speaking conference on Mobility and ubiquity computing, () Ferscha A, Holzmann C and Oppl S Context awareness for group interaction support Proceedings of the second international workshop on Mobility management & wireless access protocols.
The paper addresses the issue of achieving context-aware, adaptive multiparty sessions in a heterogeneous system by illustrating how to add elements of adaptivity and context-awareness to the session management functionality of such systems.
The effective usage of situation/context information can lead to context-aware content casting, especially context-aware, adaptive by: 6. T1 - Context-awareness and Mobile HCI. T2 - Implications, Challenges and Opportunities. AU - Qin, Xiangang. AU - Tan, Chee Wee. AU - Clemmensen, Torkil. PY - Y1 - N2 - Context-awareness endows mobile devices and services with the capability of interacting with users in an efficient, intelligent, natural and smart by: 2.
Context Awareness Remember Past Events Reminders for future events Using Triggers Sharing ExperiencesDey and Abowd () define context awareness more generally with the following statement:A system is context-aware if it uses context to provide relevant information and/or services to the user, where relevancy depends on the user’s task.
(shelved 15 times as phonemic-awareness) avg rating —ratings — published Mobile devices make it possible to create, store, access, share or publish personal content on the Internet, anywhere and at anytime. This leads to situations of potential intentional or unintentional misuse of content as well as privacy issues.
Recent techniques involving the use of contextual information focus on access of documents stored in clouds, or authentication for secured Web by: 1. Supporting Real Time Decision-Making The Role of Context in Decision Support on the Move Zaslavsky A Contextual Menthodology for Modelling Real-Time Decision Making Support Patrick Brézillon Towards Real-Time Context Awareness for Mobile Users: A Declarative Meta-Programming Approach Seng W.
Loke The Role of Context for Crisis Management. Nowadays, RESTful APIs are the standard way of exposing backends to applications.
They allow you to share your business logic between different clients with a low level of coupling through a super-standardized protocol: HTTP.
One of the biggest challenges when building REST API is authentication. Typically, we manage this with JWTs. Unfortunately, Core doesn’t. Figure Evaluating mobile computing in context. In implementation of mobile computing, the challenge of context has largely been about capturing, formalizing, and modelling this attribute in computational data models, how to make sense from such models, and how to use them in the construction of context-aware mobile systems that are.
Awareness, Anthony de Mello's most popular book, is a beautiful bridge between Western and Eastern spiritual thought.
de Mello was a Roman Catholic priest who grew up in India, and his intimate familiarity with both traditions combined with a deep understanding of world mysticism provide seekers of a Western background (i.e., Christian) a /5. Robert Scoble has even written a whole book on the world of connectivity, sensors, and so forth.
He refers to this trend as the Age of Context. The technologies he mentions—such as wearables, big data, sensor proliferation, and location awareness are indeed great, revolutionary things that we should all be aware of.
Context is of crucial importance for research and applications in many disciplines, as evidenced by many workshops, symposia, seminars, and conferences on specific aspects of context. The International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context (CONTEXT), the oldest conference series focusing on context, provides a unique interdisciplinary emphasis, bringing together.
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4Author: Thinkwithgoogle. T1 - Towards Qos-awareness of Context-aware Mobile Applications and Services. AU - Wac, K.E. PY - /10/ Y1 - /10/ N2 - In our current connected wireless world, mobile devices are enabled to use various networking facilities.
Although this enables mobile users to communicate any time and any place, it may also be very by: context-awareness multi-agent-based mobile educational game that can generate a series of learning activities for users doing On-the-Job training and Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal, Vol.
3, No. Cited by: Context Awareness Calls For Papers (CFP) for international conferences, workshops, meetings, seminars, events, journals and book chapters.