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Location-based services: technical and business issues

Diep Dao, Chris Rizos, Jinling Wang
2002 GPS Solutions  
A locationbased service is able to provide targeted spatial information to mobile workers and consumers.  ...  These include whether wireless mobile technologies are ready to support LBS, which mobile positioning technologies can be used and what are their shortcomings, and how GIS developers manipulate spatial  ...  growth of Location Services markets in the Wireless Web'' (Burnett 2000) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10291-002-0031-5 fatcat:la234bsfjvatbpwoi5nzinwy3y

A Versatile Network Independent Server Architecture for Multimedia Information and Commmunication Services [chapter]

Wolfgang Kellerer
2000 Telecommunication Network Intelligence  
The control of information and communication services is strictly separated from the control of communication bindings in the networks.  ...  The structure of the service architecture components according to a session concept in access, service, and communication session supports an easy service control and management.  ...  NETWORK INDEPENDENT SERVER ARCHITECTURE To enable network infrastructure independent service definition and control we propose a new service architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35522-1_19 dblp:conf/smartnet/Kellerer00 fatcat:clxdxlvshrhm5gpeuzisuvqcpi

Next century challenges

Mike Esler, Jeffrey Hightower, Tom Anderson, Gaetano Borriello
1999 Proceedings of the 5th annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Mobile computing and networking - MobiCom '99  
services.  ...  Computing and telecommunications are maturing, and the next century promises a shift away from technology-driven general-purpose devices.  ...  Another interesting research e ort is the VoxML markup language from Motorola. VoxML allows the integration of speech i n terfaces for interaction with web content through simulated dialogues 21 .  ... 
doi:10.1145/313451.313553 dblp:conf/mobicom/EslerHAB99 fatcat:ogfn3mol4ngn3kgp6ws2rddcqe

WIRE 3 : Driving Around the Information Super-Highway

Stuart Goose, Safia Djennane
2002 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Interactive voice browsers offer an alternative paradigm that affords ubiquitous mobile access to the WWW using a wide range of consumer devices.  ...  Web-On-Call [12] offers telephone access to WWW sites rendered using audio, but this solution requires documents to be specially prepared on the server side.  ...  [15] report the Vox Portal as the first standards-based (VoxML) carrier class voice browsing system with a generic solution for dynamic HTML<7>VoxML conversion.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s007790200017 fatcat:pvk5lf5r2ff7bgx74wtxz5cely

A Constraint-Based Framework for Prototyping Distributed Virtual Applications [chapter]

Vineet Gupta, Lalita Jategaonkar Jagadeesan, Radha Jagadeesan, Xiaowei Jiang, Konstantin Läufer
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Hybrid systems: Reactive systems react with their environment at a rate controlled by the environment.  ...  Secondly, it arises as an abstraction mechanism useful in the implementation of responsive user interfaces.  ...  We have used this implementation to perform a case study from telecommunication [13] , to prototype a domain specific language for writing flexible interactive services [3] , and in the classroom as  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45349-0_16 fatcat:5fvlvv4f2vhsvjkk77vrr7bpda

Voice access of global information for broad-band wireless: technologies of today and challenges of tomorrow

Lin-Shan Lee, Yumin Lee
2001 Proceedings of the IEEE  
Technical considerations and some typical example applications of accessing the information and services using voice in a broad-band wireless environment are discussed.  ...  The rapid development of the Internet and the World Wide Web has created a global network that will soon become a physical embodiment of the entire human knowledge and a complete integration of the global  ...  An example of the latter is the VoxML Voice Markup Language [38] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/5.904505 fatcat:vaeorbqqybhovirncoqm3skswi

Electronic Business over Wireless Device [chapter]

Richi Nayak, Anurag Nayak
Architectural Issues of Web-Enabled Electronic Business  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT First, we would like to thank Ameesh Baxi and Giri Selvaduri for their valuable time to implement this case study with us.  ...  Finally, we would like to thank Jill Slay and the School of Computing and Information Science, University of South Australia, Adelaide, for providing us resources.  ...  Also, the use of VoxML technique enables the user to interact with mobile portals through voice browser.  ... 
doi:10.4018/9781591400493.ch026 fatcat:2vimdoiuu5hvlg3y4v5lgzg7da

Electronic Business over Wireless Device [chapter]

Richi Nayak, Anurag Nayak
Architectural Issues of Web-Enabled Electronic Business  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT First, we would like to thank Ameesh Baxi and Giri Selvaduri for their valuable time to implement this case study with us.  ...  Finally, we would like to thank Jill Slay and the School of Computing and Information Science, University of South Australia, Adelaide, for providing us resources.  ...  Also, the use of VoxML technique enables the user to interact with mobile portals through voice browser.  ... 
doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-049-3.ch026 fatcat:tzom5lfidzcvjlro3t2dnh5rge

Knowledge Discovery in Mobile Business Data [chapter]

Richi Nayak, Lawrence Seow
Mobile Commerce Applications  
The DM technology can help providers to develop services and sales strategies for future benefits.  ...  For example, the rapidly increasing sale of mobile phones and PDAs has resulted in an increased number of service providers.  ...  It is possible to typify questions such as "which mobile service is the most used for users between 20 and 25 years of age." Data mining enables users to pose more complex queries.  ... 
doi:10.4018/9781591401827.ch006 fatcat:stivd2hojvcpfa3rycetegva2y

Knowledge Discovery in Mobile Business Data [chapter]

Richi Nayak, Lawrence Seow
Mobile Commerce Applications  
The DM technology can help providers to develop services and sales strategies for future benefits.  ...  For example, the rapidly increasing sale of mobile phones and PDAs has resulted in an increased number of service providers.  ...  It is possible to typify questions such as "which mobile service is the most used for users between 20 and 25 years of age." Data mining enables users to pose more complex queries.  ... 
doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-182-7.ch006 fatcat:fnnt2avcqjbhlpup7jjlcmpxju

A Method for the User-centered and Model-based Development of Interactive Applications

Sebastian Feuerstack, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Sahin Albayrak
2009
to concentrate on the end-users' requirements and indentifying how the users' way of thinking can be considered as the basic way of controlling the application.  ...  Therefore all design semantics can be accessed and manipulated to realize context-of-use adaptations at run-time.  ...  Voice-enabled devices introduced SpeechML, VoiceXML, VoxML and the Java Speech Markup Language.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-2078 fatcat:ft3fwsr67fhbzab2gab2l5sx7u