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Code in the air: simplifying sensing and coordination tasks on smartphones

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Code in the air: simplifying sensing and coordination tasks on smartphones
A growing class of smartphone applications are tasking applications that run continuously, process data from sensors to determine the user’s context (such as location) and activity, and optionally trigger certain actions when the right conditions occur. Many such tasking applications also involve coordination between multiple users or devices. Example tasking applications include location-based reminders, changing the ring-mode of a phone automatically depending on location, notifying when friends are nearby, disabling WiFi in favor of cellular data when moving at more than a certain speed outdoors, automatically tracking and storing movement tracks when driving, and inferring the number of steps walked each day. Today, these applications are non-trivial to develop, although they are often trivial for end users to state. Additionally, simple implementations can consume excessive amounts of energy. This paper proposes Code in the Air (CITA), a system which simplifies the rapid devel...
Lenin Ravindranath, Arvind Thiagarajan, Hari Balak
Added 25 Apr 2012
Updated 25 Apr 2012
Type Journal
Year 2012
Where WMCSA
Authors Lenin Ravindranath, Arvind Thiagarajan, Hari Balakrishnan, Samuel Madden
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