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18 documents, page 1 of 2

Comparing two methods to overcome interaction blindness on public displays

Du, Guiying; Lohoff, Lukas; Krukar, Jakub; Mukhametov, Sergey (2016)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)

Ensembles of indoor positioning systems based on fingerprinting: Simplifying parameter selection and obtaining robust systems

Torres-Sospedra, Joaquin; Mendoza-Silva, German M.; Montoliu, Raul; Belmonte, Oscar; Benitez, Fernando; Huerta, Joaquin (2016)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)

Providing Databases for Different Indoor Positioning Technologies: Pros and Cons of Magnetic Field and Wi-Fi Based Positioning

Torres-Sospedra, Joaquín; Montoliu, Raul; Mendoza-Silva, Germán M.; Belmonte, Oscar; Rambla, David; Huerta, Joaquín (2016)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)
Localization is one of the main pillars for indoor services. However, it is still very difficult for the mobile sensing community to compare state-of-the-art indoor positioning systems due to the scarcity of publicly available databases. To make fair and meaningful comparisons between indoor positioning systems, they must be evaluated in the same situation, or in the same sets of situations. In this paper, two databases are introduced for studying the performance of magnetic field and Wi-Fi f...

DESIGN FOR CONNECTING SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURES WITH SENSOR WEB (SENSDI)

Bhattacharya, D.; Painho, M. (2016)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)
Integrating Sensor Web With Spatial Data Infrastructures (SENSDI) aims to extend SDIs with sensor web enablement, converging geospatial and built infrastructure, and implement test cases with sensor data and SDI. It is about research to harness the sensed environment by utilizing domain specific sensor data to create a generalized sensor webframework. The challenges being semantic enablement for Spatial Data Infrastructures, and connecting the interfaces of SDI with interfaces of Sensor Web. ...

On kernel-based intensity estimation of spatial point patterns on linear networks

Moradi, M. Mehdi; Rodríguez-Cortés, Francisco J.; Mateu, Jorge (2017)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)

Smart Mobility, the Role of Mobile Games

Pajarito, Diego; Gould, Michael (2017)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)

Enhancing Affective Cities: Building Places to be Enjoyed

Manuel Portela (2017)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)
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Public displays for public participation in urban settings

Du, Guiying; Degbelo, Auriol; Kray, Christian (2017)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)

Sociology Paradigms for Dynamic Integration of Devices into a Context-Aware System

Kamberov, Rustam; Santos, Vitor; Granell, Carlos (2017)
Projects: EC | GEO-C (642332)
Kamberov, R., Granell, C. and Santos, V. (2017) Sociology Paradigms for Dynamic Integration of Devices into a Context-Aware System, Journal of Information Systems Engineering & Management, 2:1 (2017), 2. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.20897/jisem.201702 Ubiquitous and mobile context-aware computing is an essential component of the smart cities infrastructure. Widely available wireless networks, the maturity level of distributed computing and the increasing number of mobile devices have signific...