2015 16th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management

Volume 1 • 15-18 June 2015

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  • Converting Mobile Sensing in Data and Data into Action

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    The proliferation of wearable sensor platforms (Jawbone, Fit Bit, Smart Watches) and sensor rich Smart Phones have produced a torrent of real time sensed signals that is interpreted to produce data (e.g. Sleep quality, step count). Often the volume of this data overwhelms users. Visualization is an effective way to summarize data and observe trends. This is especially valuable when someone, such a... View full abstract»

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  • Always Fleeting: Indexing Moving Objects

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    We are witnessing a proliferation of Internet-worked, geo-positioned mobile devices such as smartphones and navigation devices. Likewise, location-related services that target the users of such devices are proliferating. Consequently, server-side infrastructures are needed that are capable of supporting the location-related query and update workloads generated by very large populations of such mov... View full abstract»

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  • Living on the Edge with Only Clouds to Fall Back on

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    Cloud computing provides a rich set of applications to more resource-limited mobile devices. The traditional cloud data center has its limitations, however, in terms of the connectivity, latency, bandwidth, and agility provided to mobile devices. Cloud-type resources (agile computation and storage) are needed at the edge of the network, where the people live -- in access points, in cars, in homes,... View full abstract»

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  • SHAREK: A Scalable Dynamic Ride Sharing System

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    Due to its significant economic and environmental impact, sharing the ride among a number of drivers (i.e., Car pooling) has recently gained significant interest from industry and academia. Hence, a number of ride sharing services have appeared along with various algorithms on how to match a rider request to a driver who can provide the ride sharing service. However, existing techniques have sever... View full abstract»

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  • Vehicle Routing with User-Generated Trajectory Data

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    Rapidly increasing volumes of GPS data collected from vehicles provide new and increasingly comprehensive insight into the routes that drivers prefer. While routing services generally compute shortest or fastest routes, recent studies suggest that local drivers often prefer routes that are neither shortest nor fastest, indicating that drivers value route properties that are diverse and hard to qua... View full abstract»

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  • A Mixed Breadth-Depth First Search Strategy for Sequenced Group Trip Planning Queries

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):24 - 33
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    We study Sequenced Group Trip Planning Queries (SGTPQs). Consider a road network where some vertices represent Points of interest (POIs) and each POI belongs to exactly one Category of Interest (COI), e.g., A COI can be "Restaurants" and each POI in this COI is a specific instance of a restaurant. Given a group of users, each starting from a (possibly distinct) source location and going ultimately... View full abstract»

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  • Radio Map Prefetching for Indoor Navigation in Intermittently Connected Wi-Fi Networks

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    Wi-Fi (or WLAN) based indoor navigation applications for mobiles rely on cloud-based services (s) that take care of a user's (u) localization task using structures called Radio Maps (RMs). It is imperative for u to have a stable WiFi connection in order to either continuously receive location updates from s or to download RMs a priori for offline navigation. Wi-Fi networks however, suffer from int... View full abstract»

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  • Sleep Well: A Sound Sleep Monitoring Framework for Community Scaling

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    Following healthy lifestyle is a key for active living. Regular exercise, controlled diet and sound sleep play an invisible role on the well being and independent living of the people. Sleep being the most durative activities of daily living (ADL) has a major synergistic influence on people's mental, physical and cognitive health. Understanding the sleep behavior longitudinally and its underpinnin... View full abstract»

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  • RECATHON: A Middleware for Context-Aware Recommendation in Database Systems

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    This paper presents RECATHON, a context-aware recommender system built entirely inside a database system. Unlike traditional recommender systems that are context-free where they support the general query of Recommend movies for a certain user, RECATHON users can request recommendations based on their age, location, gender, or any other contextual/ demographical/preferential user attribute. A main ... View full abstract»

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  • Processing Convex Hull Queries in MANETs

    Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):64 - 73
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    Location-based service (LBS) is a typical application for mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). In an LBS, it is effective for nodes to acquire data using convex hull queries, which retrieve the information necessary for calculating the convex hull of all nodes composing a given network. In a naive approach, the query-issuing node can determine the convex hull of the network by flooding a query through... View full abstract»

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