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Application of Mobile Technologies to Libraries
English

Malathy S., Kantha P.
2013 DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology  
This paper presents an outline of the application and use of developments in mobile telecommunication systems, web technologies (internet/intranet) and geographic systems like GPS/GPRS to provide ubiquitous  ...  E-resources with Mobile Interfaces Some publishers are already delivering e-books (both text and audio) that are accessible via mobile phones.  ...  Libraries can make use of multimedia messaging service (MMS) on mobile devices to share photos, videos, and audio.  ... 
doi:10.14429/djlit.33.5098 fatcat:pwymgudn6jhqvirmqjhzise3lm

An Image Sharing Technique Using QR Code Through Cloud for Mobile Devices

N Aysha Farina, Jossy P George, Joseph Varghese Kureethara
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
Introduction The word communication means sending messages/ information from one place to another. People use computer, mobile phone, etc. to send email, SMS, MMS and to chat.  ...  It can be used to store data of mobile device and helps in accessing it from any part of the world via internet.  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i2.6.10563 fatcat:vwtweji23bfobhov3toa6m4li4

Two-dimensional barcodes for mobile phones

Sarah Lyons, Frank R. Kschischang
2010 2010 25th Biennial Symposium on Communications  
As a result, a new barcode was designed to exploit the low-pass characteristic of a camera phone channel and is presented as a means of facilitating wireless optical communication with mobile phones.  ...  The final barcode data-density is 3.5 times greater than the leading symbology and has proven robust to various impediments imposed by camera phones. ii  ...  A more recent function for the code is to link paper to the web via cell phone cameras.  ... 
doi:10.1109/bsc.2010.5472949 fatcat:zevywgk7ajg4rex34ulmadriri

Cell phones as imaging sensors

Nina Bhatti, Harlyn Baker, Joanna Marguier, Jérôme Berclaz, Sabine Süsstrunk, Sos S. Agaian, Sabah A. Jassim
2010 Mobile Multimedia/Image Processing, Security, and Applications 2010  
The result of this capability is a new paradigm for mobile interactions -image-based information services exploiting the ubiquity of camera phones.  ...  Color Assessment from Camera Phones Despite the ease of taking a picture, objective color assessment remains difficult, particularly with the variable quality of devices generally found in cell phones.  ...  The camera phone will be used as a mobile imaging device with easy-to-use network transmission capability via MMS.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.855626 fatcat:rpum3ioomzb4dhuu55wzlsg2q4

The Internet of Things in Community Safety and Crime Prevention for South Africa [chapter]

Nomusa Dlodlo, Paul Mbecke, Mofolo Mofolo, Martin Mhlanga
2014 Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering  
study.  ...  drawing on the characteristics of identified IoT applications, the research came up with the architecture of an integrated IoT system for tracking of parolees who have violated their bail conditions, as a case  ...  The study can also be used by developers of new IoT technologies as a base to building S.A specific IoT technologies for crime prevention and community safety.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-06773-5_71 fatcat:tpbpevstzrdy7htqgmorwu5nli

Promises Come to Fruition as 5G Reaches Critical Mass [Mobile Radio]

Claudio Casetti
2021 IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine  
Snapdragon 778G is designed to deliver cutting-edge mobile gaming and accelerated AI to enhance photo and video experiences.  ...  By scanning QR barcodes provided by the VR platform of China Telecom's e-Cloud service, the audience was able to watch the 8K VR broadcast of the various ceremonies dedicated to celebrating the 100th anniversary  ...  Private wireless, which is based on 4.9G/LTE technology, opens the door to services such as high-speed Internet to the home or business up to 1-Gb/s, mobile phone options where cellular coverage is not  ... 
doi:10.1109/mvt.2021.3089844 fatcat:gubijyjlzfa6hglvydvxesfcee

The Last Mile: DSCSA Solution Through Blockchain Technology: Drug Tracking, Tracing, and Verification at the Last Mile of the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain with BRUINchain

William Chien, Josenor De Jesus, Ben Taylor, Victor Dods, Leo Alekseyev, Diane Shoda, Perry B. Shieh
2020 Blockchain in Healthcare Today  
During the study, a 100% success rate was observed across scanning, expiration detection, and counterfeit detection; and paperwork reduction from approximately 1 hour to less than a minute.  ...  Methods: The BRUINchain system requirements include scanning the drug package for a correctly formatted 2D barcode, flagging expired product, verifying the product with the manufacturer, and quarantining  ...  Funding statement: The study was a joint collaboration of LedgerDomain and UCLA Health, and received no external funding.  ... 
doi:10.30953/bhty.v3.134 fatcat:eq4tdi6cpff2zp2rov6t3la2vi

Mobile Phone Sensing: A New Application Paradigm

Shaukat Ali, Shah Khusro
2016 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Methods/Statistical Analysis: The literature focusing on using mobile phone sensors in applications is thoroughly tracked and selected for the study.  ...  Mobile phone sensing applications should optimally exploit the potentials of mobile phones for effective solutions.  ...  The captured image is forwarded by the consumer to a backend server running with advisory service via MMS.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i19/53088 fatcat:szw7k2w3tzabbiwq46zhq7vvay

Developments in Transduction, Connectivity and AI/Machine Learning for Point-of-Care Testing

Shane O'Sullivan, Zulfiqur Ali, Xiaoyi Jiang, Reza Abdolvand, M Selim Ünlü, Hugo Plácido da Silva, Justin T. Baca, Brian Kim, Simon Scott, Mohammed Imran Sajid, Sina Moradian, Hakhamanesh Mansoorzare (+1 others)
2019 Sensors  
We describe some novel electrochemical and photonic systems and the use of mobile phones in terms of hardware components and device connectivity for POCT.  ...  Mobile phones house an array of sensors ranging from cameras operating in visible and infrared spectrum to microphones and proximity sensors.  ...  A very interesting case study is lensless blood cell counting: Huang et al.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19081917 fatcat:vppwb3tdtrcvvokmwqalpkomai

Personal information search on mobile devices

Mehmet Akbas, Gurminder Singh
2007 Proceedings of the 4th international conference on mobile technology, applications, and systems and the 1st international symposium on Computer human interaction in mobile technology - Mobility '07  
MMS is frequently used to send photos and videos from mobile phones to other MMS capable devices or email accounts.  ...  barcodes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1378063.1378186 dblp:conf/mobility/AkbasS07 fatcat:p4sorfuqznbqrim3rkgn4dlhbu

Location Systems: An Introduction to the Technology Behind Location Awareness

Anthony LaMarca, Eyal de Lara
2008 Synthesis Lectures on Mobile and Pervasive Computing  
Similarly, social roles and interactions can be learned from patterns of colocation [39] , and physical activities and modes of transportation can often be inferred from the changes in coordinate-based  ...  Location is at the core of a large number of high-value applications ranging from the life-and-death context of emergency response to serendipitous social meet-ups.  ...  Mobile Cameras The use of a mobile camera to track the location of the camera bearer has primarily been used for robotic navigation [32, 87] .  ... 
doi:10.2200/s00115ed1v01y200804mpc004 fatcat:cbvw7weeibhxjnbwnp4y4mat3m

Study Center for Visually Impaired Persons supportive system for blind and partially sighted Students at the University of Karlsruhe/Germany [chapter]

Joachim Klaus
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Box 620128 Newton Lower Falls, MA USA The Mobile Phone that Reads to You knfbReading Technologies and Sensotec will be presenting the Mobile Reader Product Line: The Mobile Reader Product Line from knfbReading  ...  The system runs on different hardand software platforms such as PCs, PDAs, some mobile phones, the Pronto Organizer from BAUM, and integrates a variety of RFID-readers, some of them as small as a pen,  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-58476-5_130 fatcat:h35racxkjrbk7p5t4qyteht4cu

SmartTags: IoT Product Passport for Circular Economy Based on Printed Sensors and Unique Item-Level Identifiers

Nenad Gligoric, Srdjan Krco, Liisa Hakola, Kaisa Vehmas, Suparna De, Klaus Moessner, Kristoffer Jansson, Ingmar Polenz, Rob Van Kranenburg
2019 Sensors  
parameters from environment as well as tracking a products' lifecycle.  ...  ., using functional ink) and a modified GS1 barcode standard enable unique identification of objects on a per item-level (including Fast-Moving Consumer Goods—FMCG), collecting, sensing, and reading of  ...  On all the substrates the QR codes with cell sizes down to 0.50 mm were successfully decoded with a camera phone ( Figure 3 ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19030586 fatcat:tqzrejzzsvcw3ey5e7cc5536em

IRRODL Volume 8, Number 2; Special Issue: Mobile Learning

Various Authors
2007 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
Usability findings from empirical studies of mobile learning published in the literature are drawn together in the paper, along with an account of issues that emerged in two mobile learning projects based  ...  This special IRRODL issue on mobile learning is timely because of the proliferation of mobile technology in society, globalization, and the need to re-examine how learning materials are designed and delivered  ...  Acknowledgement Acknowledgements For advice and assistance in this study, the authors are grateful to their colleagues across the PANdora research network, to Jon Hamel for programming input, Ehsen Puri  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v8i2.1097 fatcat:z5zg63ciqzhoph4mm252sebwau

Emerging display technologies - new systems and applications: from images to sensing, interaction and enhancement

2005 IEEE Proceedings. VR 2005. Virtual Reality, 2005.  
Think about your office, your lab, your mobile phone, your PDA, ....  ...  We feel it best to embrace this inevitable path by inventing, studying, discussing, and understanding such devices, and thus-this workshop.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge help from the other members of the Futures Laboratory, particularly Ti Leggett, in preparing for and executing the CupHolder deployment to SuperComputing 2005.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vr.2005.1492818 fatcat:cjrhq3hrlrgxvdh2jqw3gcblay
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