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Mobile computing: wireless access to multimedia applications and its implications for a campus network

J. Boggess, D. Eckstrom, F. Neri
Proceedings Academia/Industry Working Conference on Research Challenges '00. Next Generation Enterprises: Virtual Organizations and Mobile/Pervasive Technologies. AIWORC'00. (Cat. No.PR00628)  
The Network and Computing Services section of Cornell Information Technologies in partnership with the Department of Computer Science is sponsoring a trial for wireless services on campus.  ...  Some 100 students and 12 researchers are contributing to the work and it is anticipated that this will roll out into a distinct service offering by the end of the calendar year.  ...  It is this "layer of adaptation" and its implications for network design and operations that we hope to define and analyze through interviews to determine the architecture required for campus networking  ... 
doi:10.1109/aiworc.2000.843304 dblp:conf/aiworc/BoggessEN00 fatcat:jo2avdq4brcatkjcggac2icria

Just in time multimedia distribution in a mobile computing environment

M.J. O'Grady, G.M.P. O'Hare
2004 IEEE Multimedia  
it with a wireless network, location-aware computing becomes a possibility.  ...  Disseminating multimedia content to users in a mobile computing environment such that they receive it in an appropriate and timely manner is fundamental to the success of mobile information systems.  ...  The other alternative was to host the content on a centralised server and access it via a wireless data network. But which wireless technology should be used?  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmul.2004.30 fatcat:bodykaujkjcv3ma7v35gkbapca

A Proxy-Based Mobile Computing Infrastructure

Azade Khalaj, Hanan Lutfiyya, Mark Perry
2012 2012 Third FTRA International Conference on Mobile, Ubiquitous, and Intelligent Computing  
A proxy is computing power that is located at the network edge. This allows it to address problems with latency.  ...  It is possible for a proxy to have services that allow for offloading tasks from either the cloud or the mobile device and to deal with communication challenges between the mobile application and the mobile  ...  The mobile service cloud is added to the deep service cloud to support mobile applications and includes hosts that are connected to one network, for example the network in a university campus.  ... 
doi:10.1109/music.2012.12 dblp:conf/music/KhalajLP12 fatcat:i2isiwprenbg7lvxa5qhfkc6ti

QoS Support for Mobile Computing [chapter]

Steven Pope, Paul Webster
1997 Building QoS into Distributed Systems  
There is demand for such computers, termed walkstations, to access network services while retaining their mobility, a n d t o operate e ectively in a wide range of conditions.  ...  Finally, b y i n terleaving a traded hando with the migration process, it is possible for a migrating application to easily rebuild its connections as it moves to a new host.  ...  This has implications for the treatment of errors by wireless network protocols and is discussed further in Section 3.1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35170-4_7 fatcat:hsdmoibgvneebifhcbda3ftnbm

Benchmarking Wireless Protocols for Feasibility in Supporting Crowdsourced Mobile Computing [chapter]

João Rodrigues, Joaquim Silva, Rolando Martins, Luís Lopes, Utsav Drolia, Priya Narasimhan, Fernando Silva
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we study whether D2D protocols can support mobile-edge clouds by benchmarking different protocols and configurations for a specific application.  ...  The results show that decentralized device-to-device techniques can be used to efficiently disseminate multimedia contents while diminishing contention in the wireless infrastructure, allowing for up to  ...  Acknowledgment This work has been sponsored by projects HYRAX (CMUP-ERI/FIA/0048/2013), funded by FCT, and SMILES (NORTE-01-0145-FEDER-000020), funded by NORTE 2020, under PORTUGAL 2020, and through the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-39577-7_8 fatcat:fkdk2kd4yrcrphwun5ak3j2bhy

2012 TMC Annual Index

2013 IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing  
Lai, Yuan-Cheng, +, TMC Oct. 2012 1450-1463 Prototypes Using Rotatable and Directional (R&D) Sensors to Achieve Temporal Coverage of Objects and Its Surveillance Application.  ...  Chiu, Wei-Yu, +, TMC June 2012 935-946 Mathematics computing Modeling and Performance Analysis for Duty-Cycled MAC Protocols with Applications to S-MAC and X-MAC.  ...  Rendering (computer graphics) Chameleon  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmc.2013.1 fatcat:qp57tpkfx5gbrc3dvtetebm3ui

Multimedia Wireless-Network-Based Model for Smart Interactive Translation Teaching

Fei Huang, Mohamed Elhoseny
2022 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
However, after adopting the interactive method based on multimedia wireless network in one semester, the English translation scores of the two classes differed greatly.  ...  , learning autonomy, language skills application, and English performance.  ...  Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/1940432 fatcat:u2wu24vdhbdgppwtdvw2r7ohhe

MobiSoC: a middleware for mobile social computing applications

Ankur Gupta, Achir Kalra, Daniel Boston, Cristian Borcea
2008 Journal on spesial topics in mobile networks and applications  
Mobile social computing applications (MSCAs) can take advantage of mobile computing algorithms, wireless technologies, and real-time location systems to help people re-connect with their physical communities  ...  The application uses real-time and historical location information, the social network graph, and basic user profiles to compute affinities between potential matches and deliver alerts to mobile devices  ...  Micro-Blog [19] is a participatory sensing application that allows people to use their smart phones to generate and share geo-tagged multimedia.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11036-008-0114-9 fatcat:e2ucqzvwfjgifdgqsi2un27xau

Can mobile cloudlets support mobile applications?

Yujin Li, Wenye Wang
2014 IEEE INFOCOM 2014 - IEEE Conference on Computer Communications  
An initiator can use both bounds to decide whether to offload its task to remote clouds or local mobile cloudlets for better mobile application services.  ...  A mobile cloudlet is a set of resource-rich mobile devices-referred to as cloudlet nodes-that an initiator mobile device can connect to for services.  ...  The remote cloud provides data storage and computing service while mobile devices are clients to access the service through wireless networks, mainly cellular and WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network).  ... 
doi:10.1109/infocom.2014.6848036 dblp:conf/infocom/LiW14 fatcat:rrqfinvvqras3hlmkffjenybeq

Mobility Management for VoIP on Heterogeneous Networks: Evaluation of Adaptive Schemes

Massimo Bernaschi, Filippo Cacace, Giulio Iannello, Massimo Vellucci
2007 IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing  
The introduction of the IP multimedia subsystem on 3G cellular networks and the integration with other widely deployed wireless networks based on the IEEE 802.11 protocol family require support for both  ...  In this paper, we propose a cross-layer mechanism that takes into account mobility at different layers of the network stack in order to yield better quality for VoIP, videoconferencing, and other real-time  ...  Luisa Santoro for having carefully read the manuscript. They are grateful to the anonymous referees for their valuable comments which greatly helped in improving the first versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmc.2007.1003 fatcat:6putztjmivfqxlr2766a6xs5cq

Setting the New Standard with Mobile Computing in Online Learning

Yuhsun Edward Shih
2007 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
With its "wearable" computing feature and multimedia content delivery, mobile learning offers new benefits to instructors and learners.  ...  To illustrate these possibilities, this paper presents an application that combines the innovative learning model for mobile learning with an established literature class.  ...  Ubiquity: Faculty and students have access to course information 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, wherever they are on campus 2.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v8i2.361 fatcat:6uczqtt3ybconkknxioweozbrm


Archan Misra, Rajesh Krishna Balan
2013 ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review  
We believe that, for successful adoption of novel mobile technologies and applications, it is important to be able to test them under real usage patterns, and with real users.  ...  To implement this vision, we present our initial effort in building LiveLabs, a large-scale mobile testbed for in-situ experimentation. LiveLabs is unique in two aspects.  ...  This research is supported by the Singapore National Research Foundation under its IDM Futures Funding Initiative and administered by the Interactive Digital Media Programme Office, Media Development Authority  ... 
doi:10.1145/2557968.2557975 fatcat:bhg2bv2vpja75davfj462a3y6a

The changing usage of a mature campus-wide wireless network

Tristan Henderson, David Kotz, Ilya Abyzov
2004 Proceedings of the 10th annual international conference on Mobile computing and networking - MobiCom '04  
Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) are now commonplace on many academic and corporate campuses.  ...  We saw greater heterogeneity in the types of clients used, with more embedded wireless devices such as PDAs and mobile VoIP clients. We define a new metric for mobility, the "session diameter."  ...  We are grateful for the assistance of the staff of Dartmouth Computing Services, particularly Jim Baker, Craig Bisson, Steve Campbell, Robert Johnson and Brad Noblet; of Computer Science, particularly  ... 
doi:10.1145/1023720.1023739 dblp:conf/mobicom/HendersonKA04 fatcat:e52p7tpdhzefxcoujyas7ewjji


Markus Maron, Kevin Read
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  
Acknowledgments Campus News has been carried out by the cooperative work between the University of Koblenz, Studierendenwerk Koblenz, Arbeitsgruppe Künstliche Intelligenz and wizAI Solutions GmbH and is  ...  based on the work which was done for the IA-SON project.  ...  Cam-pusNews helps the user on campus to find and access information, which is of interest and relevant to her; she only needs a Bluetooth enabled mobile device, which could be either a PDA or a mobile  ... 
doi:10.1145/1378063.1378078 dblp:conf/mobility/MaronR07 fatcat:mrfb5hudxndffffprsjpwwux5a

The mobile devices and its mobile learning usage analysis [article]

S. M. Jacob, B. Issac
2014 arXiv   pre-print
We attempt to do an analysis on a survey done with university students on mobile device usage for mobile learning purposes.  ...  There is a new brand of students in the universities now-a-days who are easily connected to technology and innovative mobile devices.  ...  MOBILE DEVICES AND ITS USAGE IN CAMPUS Some of the common mobile computing devices and its features are detailed below for a brief analysis, in terms of its relevance to mobile learning [8] .  ... 
arXiv:1410.4375v1 fatcat:kd3fujmt25fcreoaaznpgdx3xi
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