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Yan'an Mobile Game Player's Consumption Concept of Donghua University Campus

Boubacar Gamatche Abdoul Aziz, Shen Lei
2016 Journal of Service Science and Management  
It was found that adopters of mobile gaming were likely to be male as well as female, and also that the group surveyed exhibited a behavior towards relatively high spending on mobile entertainment (in  ...  This article proposes the design and the results of a project studying the adoption of mobile gaming (playing mobile games) in the Chinese youth market.  ...  Acknowledgements The paper is based in part on an unpublished Ph. D dissertation (B. Gamatche Abdoulaziz, 2015). As the author, I would like to thank the reviewers for the helpful critique.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jssm.2016.93035 fatcat:3dskbxo7irgsvdddqv2j2mqqia

An ARCore-Based Augmented Reality Campus Navigation System

Fangfang Lu, Hao Zhou, Lingling Guo, Jingjing Chen, Licheng Pei
2021 Applied Sciences  
Firstly, the proposed campus navigation system uses ARCore to enhance reality by presenting 3D information in real scenes.  ...  Secondly, a visual inertial ranging algorithm is proposed for real-time locating and map generating in mobile devices.  ...  In this paper, we design a mobile campus navigation app that combines visual inertial odometry and ARCore-based virtual and real fusion technology based on the research progress and application status  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11167515 fatcat:mfsggocthrdolemk4be4uy6gsu

Understanding the Use of a Campus Wireless Network [chapter]

David Schwab, Rick Bunt
2006 Mobile, Wireless, and Sensor Networks  
In order for us to plan for any expansion, it is important that we understand current usage patterns-that we understand where, when, how much, and for what our wireless network is being used.  ...  Our approach is to provide mobile users with access to our wireline network through high-speed wireless access points located in very public areas.  ...  Our current research is focussing on a more detailed examination of the roaming patterns of our users, and we hope to have more to say about this soon.  ... 
doi:10.1002/0471755591.ch2 fatcat:q24hl2wlnvhqro6zfylhlp2o4y

Supersensors: Raspberry Pi Devices for Smart Campus Infrastructure

Kristian Hentschel, Dejice Jacob, Jeremy Singer, Matthew Chalmers
2016 2016 IEEE 4th International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud (FiCloud)  
We describe an approach for developing a campuswide sensor network using commodity single board computers.  ...  In this paper, we describe the initial prototype deployment of our supersensor system in a single department at the University of Glasgow.  ...  One headline objective is to create a 'smart' campus. However it is not clear what this means in practice.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ficloud.2016.16 dblp:conf/ficloud/HentschelJSC16 fatcat:ej2srvl5jzh6xd53h7ijbzruxi

A RFID-based Campus Context-Aware Notification System [article]

Nazleeni S. Haron, Nur S. Saleem, Mohd H. Hasan, Mazeyanti M. Ariffin, Izzatdin A. Aziz
2010 arXiv   pre-print
The evaluation results have indicated that the the proposed system is useful and easy to use.  ...  This paper presents the design and development of a context-aware notification system for university students using RFID technology.  ...  We have chosen the screen as the display unit instead of the user personal devices (PDA, mobile phones or laptop) due to implemetation limitation.  ... 
arXiv:1003.4080v1 fatcat:fwixkgjz5rduti7z4ipl7votti

Smart Library and Smart Campus

Hubert C. Y. Chan, Linus Chan
2018 Journal of Service Science and Management  
We are already living in the era of Library 3.0, and Noh, Y (2015) [2] suggested a Library 4.0 model based on the development of Web4.0.  ...  This concept has been extended to Campus. Some universities have started to adopt the latest technology to convert their Campus and Library into Smart ones for the interests of students.  ...  Another option is using Bluetooth bacon installed in each classroom coupled with a mobile App since almost all students are equipped with smart phone.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jssm.2018.116037 fatcat:kdrdchi75bhg7dcjd6eno4n36q

Alert networks of ICTs and sources in campus emergencies

Keri K. Stephens, Jessica L. Ford, Ashley Barrett, Michael J. Mahometa
2014 International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management  
It builds on the prior work on campus active shooter events by examining an organization that used a range of ICTs including mobile devices, social media, organizational tools, and news media, to notify  ...  The study design used a survey to capture the responses from a random sample of over 1000 stakeholders-students, faculty, and staff-who were notified of an active shooter emergency.  ...  latent classes of ICTs were condensed to three by combining the text message class with the phone class to create what we term the personal communication technology (PCT) group, a term also used by other  ... 
dblp:conf/iscram/StephensFBM14 fatcat:oo2qnbv7gjdg5mkrmy53v2yxsu

Joint bluetooth/wifi scanning framework for characterizing and leveraging people movement in university campus

Long Vu, Klara Nahrstedt, Samuel Retika, Indranil Gupta
2010 Proceedings of the 13th ACM international conference on Modeling, analysis, and simulation of wireless and mobile systems - MSWIM '10  
Then, Bluetooth MAC addresses are used to infer contact information and the wifi MAC addresses are used to infer physical location of the phone.  ...  This paper presents a novel framework called UIM 1 , which collects both location information and ad hoc contacts of the human movement at the University of Illinois campus using Google Android phones.  ...  We present a novel methodology to collect both ad hoc contacts and location information of the people movement in university campus using Google Android phones.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1868521.1868563 dblp:conf/mswim/VuNRG10 fatcat:gb5ofp7zzfbbjktiixleh5tjta

Modeling Classroom Occupancy using Data of WiFi Infrastructure in a University Campus [article]

Iresha Pasquel Mohottige and Hassan Habibi Gharakheili and Vijay Sivaraman and Tim Moors
2021 arXiv   pre-print
connected users, and challenges of estimating room occupancy; (2) We propose a method to automatically map APs to classrooms using unsupervised clustering algorithms; and (3) We model classroom occupancy  ...  In a dense campus environment, the number of connected WiFi users does not well estimate room occupancy since connection counts are polluted by adjoining rooms, outdoor walkways, and network load balancing  ...  For instance, a bystander walking past a room is more likely to get connected only with their mobile phone while class attendees would probably have multiple devices (mobile phone, tablet, and laptop)  ... 
arXiv:2104.10667v1 fatcat:2pauyszllbewrav2jmnjgtd7a4

Supporting network access and service location in dynamic environments

Dirk Kutscher, Jörg Ott, Steffen Bartsch, Thomas C. Schmidt
2007 Campus-Wide Information Systems  
We present a service selection infrastructure that is independent of a user's current network attachment and location in a way that users can obtain information of a specific network (or any other service  ...  The ubiquity of WLAN services, ranging from campus networks to commercial hotspots and community WLAN services, requires a new approach for automatically locating and using services.  ...  In order to support the maintenance and development activities for the campus WLAN, we have started to look at using Service Maps not only for distributing service access related information to end-users  ... 
doi:10.1108/10650740710834626 fatcat:hozdkubfc5bcxnjvadfiq7dmb4

Modelling and Optimisation of Resource Usage in an IoT Enabled Smart Campus [article]

Thanchanok Sutjarittham
2021 arXiv   pre-print
, have opened up new opportunities for organisations to lower cost and improve user experience.  ...  This thesis explores this opportunity via theory and experimentation using UNSW Sydney as a living laboratory.  ...  A study in [37] developed a prototype of IoT-based intelligent bin to monitor waste content status in real-time for a university campus using ultrasonic sensors.  ... 
arXiv:2111.04085v1 fatcat:3bx5bfg4nfg7xgkyrcey7w3k3a

Application of Internet of Things Technology in Mobile Education of Smart Campus Culture and Etiquette

Yanhui Guo, C. Venkatesan
2022 Journal of Sensors  
Regarding the use of technology in cell phones, the system integrates in many ways, interviews staff involved, receives information, and then examines the use of how school governance affects school administration  ...  Smart school management has proven to be able to create a large database of schools and use it to support and streamline school management decisions, especially decisions, decision of the president, improving  ...  colleges and universities running in different places supported by network new media platform.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/6321784 fatcat:lyfspf6pnbattcxvtdmi6iaeka

Architecture and Operational Model for Smart Campus Digital Infrastructure

Risto Jurva, Marja Matinmikko-Blue, Ville Niemelä, Suvi Nenonen
2020 Wireless personal communications  
To tackle this question, a novel operational model for the Smart Campuses is presented based on the recently proposed micro operator concept.  ...  He's recent works are related to the research and development of 5G test network (5GTN) infrastructure, a Oulu university's open mobile network platform.  ...  The images or other third party material in this article are included in the article's Creative Commons licence, unless indicated otherwise in a credit line to the material.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-020-07221-5 fatcat:e7vpf4ifinfdxgwydetk6wprda

A Survey on Internet of Things Enabled Smart Campus Applications

Abdelrahman Abuarqoub, Hesham Abusaimeh, Mohammad Hammoudeh, Diaa Uliyan, Muhannad A. Abu-Hashem, Sharefa Murad, Mudhafar Al-Jarrah, Fayez Al-Fayez
2017 Proceedings of the International Conference on Future Networks and Distributed Systems - ICFNDS '17  
Finally, we consider the vital design challenges that should be met to realise a smart campus. 1  ...  With IoT, spaces are evolving from being just 'smart' to become intelligent and connected. This survey paper focuses on how to leverage IoT technologies to build a modular approach to smart campuses.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are grateful to the Middle East University, Amman, Jordan for the financial support granted to cover the participation in the conference and the publication fee of this research  ... 
doi:10.1145/3102304.3109810 dblp:conf/icfnds/AbuarqoubAHUAMA17 fatcat:44haxbgsyfcmhealr6wnm4iedi

An empirical analysis of serendipitous media sharing among campus-wide wireless users

Surendar Chandra, Xuwen Yu
2011 ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications (TOMCCAP)  
Though the wireless user availability rates was not as high as what was observed in a corporate desktop setting, a large fraction of the users showed high temporal consistency.  ...  In this work, we investigate a serendipitous mechanism for directly sharing media objects among a local community of wireless users.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Supported in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation (CNS-0447671).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1870121.1870127 fatcat:quemgejwazfo3expwfc6onjcfi
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