Tuesday, July 30, 2013
This paper describes a new model for presenting local information based on the network proximity. We present a novelty mobile mashup which combines Wi-Fi proximity measurements with QR-codes. Our mobile mashup automatically adds context information the content presented by QR-codes. It simplifies the deployment schemes and allows to use unified presentation for all data points, for example. This paper describes how to combine QR-codes and network proximity information.
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Monday, July 29, 2013
This paper introduces a new way of delivering local messages to mobile subscribers. Our application presents a mashup from passive monitoring for smart phones and cloud-based messaging for mobile operational systems. Passive monitoring can detect the presence of mobile phones without active participation from the users. It does not require prior calibration, nor does it require mobile users to mark their own location on social networks (like traditional check-ins). Mobile users do not need to run location track applications on their phones the. At the same time, a production-based expert system built around cloud messaging allows interested parties to directly deliver their custom information to mobile users in proximity.
Sunday, July 28, 2013
This paper describes a new model for local messaging based on the network proximity. We present a novelty mobile mashup which combines Wi-Fi proximity measurements with Cloud Messaging. Our mobile mashup combines passive monitoring for smart phones and cloud based messaging for mobile operational systems. Passive monitoring can determine the location of mobile subscribers (mobile phones, actually) without the active participation of mobile users. This paper describes how to combine the passive monitoring and notifications.
Saturday, July 20, 2013
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Friday, July 12, 2013
Thursday, July 11, 2013
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Long live WATN. It is a new model for location sharing.
Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Saturday, July 06, 2013
This paper discusses Home Gateway Initiative software and telecom mashups. Can we use IMS for mashups and how to do that? What is impact of Home Gateway Initiative decisions to application developers and what can we expect to see on the application market for home devices.
Thursday, July 04, 2013
This paper is devoted to location-based mobile services. The movement (trajectory) data extraction from logs related to network proximity is considered. Usually, this type of pattern extraction (search) relates to trajectory databases containing geoposition information. We consider a model of context-aware computing (a context-aware browser) based on network proximity. A mobile phone is considered as a proximity sensor. The geoposition information is replaced with the network proximity. Any existing or specially created network node can be regarded as a sensor of presence that provides access to dynamically determined network content. The disclosure of the content depends on the set of rules describing the conditions of network’s proximity. An algorithm is given for calculating the trajectories in mobile networks based on information about the network’s proximity.
Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Tuesday, July 02, 2013
The paper introduces a new approach for using wireless sensors on mobile phones for integrating data from social networks. We describe existing models for integrating sensors and social networks, as well as propose a new practical approach for social context-aware data discovery that uses mobile phone as proximity sensor. Our concept uses wireless networks sensors from mobile phones (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth) as presence sensor that can open (discover) access for some content published in the social networks. And an appropriate mobile service (context-aware browser client for social networks) can present that information to mobile subscribers. As the potential use-cases for the proposed approach we can mention all projects related to hyper-local news data. For example, proximity marketing, Smart City news, indoor information delivery, etc.