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  AndroZoo: collecting millions of Android apps for the research community
Allix K., Bissyandé T., Klein J., Le Traon Y.  MSR 2016 (Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories, Austin, Texas,  May 14-22, 2016) 468-471, 2016. Type: Proceedings

This is basically a data collection paper. How did the authors collect more than three million free Android apps (more than 20 terabytes)? The answer: it’s somewhat more delicate than one might have thought. In particular, one should avoid t...

Aug 5 2020
  Edge computing: from hype to reality
Al-Turjman F.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2019. 188 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319990-60-6)

Edge computing is a hot topic that deserves a lot of attention, especially in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile and autonomous computing. Moreover, the connection between edge computing and cloud computing can lead to interest...

Aug 23 2019
  Location-based gaming: play in public space
Leorke D.,  Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore, 2019. 266 pp. Type: Book

Location-based games, an offshoot of more traditional video games, provide unique opportunities for interaction in shared public spaces, experiments in social dynamics, artistic exploration, and of course fun. In order to more fully understand the...

Aug 15 2019
  Handbook of mobile data privacy
Gkoulalas-Divanis A., Bettini C.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2018. 403 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319981-60-4)

Location, location, location! If you are at risk of being targeted by an intelligent guided missile and you want to survive, I can only suggest you turn off your cellphone. But OK, let’s be realistic: if you’re worrying about this, you...

Jul 22 2019
  Toward a geographic understanding of the sharing economy: systemic biases in UberX and TaskRabbit
Thebault-Spieker J., Terveen L., Hecht B.  ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 24(3): 1-40, 2017. Type: Article

In the sharing economy (dynamic services for consumers for ride sharing, resource sharing for paid part-time work, and so on), the physical geographical area where the consumer resides or uses the service plays a vital role in how the service is a...

Mar 5 2018
  Detecting and resolving deadlocks in mobile agent systems
Yang Y., Lu W., Xing W., Wang L., Che X., Chen L.  Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 42 23-30, 2017. Type: Article

A mobile agent is a software abstraction that moves across a computer network performing various tasks for end users. For example, on a cellular network system, a mobile agent can be deployed to a remote server to monitor weather data and report b...

Jan 10 2018
  Fast rendezvous on a cycle by agents with different speeds
Feinerman O., Korman A., Kutten S., Rodeh Y.  Theoretical Computer Science 688 77-85, 2017. Type: Article

Feinerman et al. provide illustrations concerned with the usefulness of different processing speeds and asynchrony of tasks of the operating agents in distributed computing systems. To investigate the rendezvous (meeting point) problem, a cycle to...

Oct 16 2017
  What technological features are used in smartphone apps that promote physical activity? A review and content analysis
Mollee J., Middelweerd A., Kurvers R., Klein M.  Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 21(4): 633-643, 2017. Type: Article

A systematic review of the use of mobile technology to promote physical activity is proposed in this paper. The number of apps aimed at healthcare available in commercial stores is strongly and constantly increasing: the underpinning idea, common ...

Oct 12 2017
  Mobile demand profiling for cellular cognitive networking
Furno A., Naboulsi D., Stanica R., Fiore M.  IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing 16(3): 772-786, 2017. Type: Article

Furno et al. describe a framework for automated demand profiling in mobile networks. Since participants in mobile communications can move around, both spatial as well as temporal characteristics of network traffic must be considered. In addition, ...

May 16 2017
  Software-defined mobile networks security
Chen M., Qian Y., Mao S., Tang W., Yang X.  Mobile Networks and Applications 21(5): 729-743, 2016. Type: Article

The tremendous success of mobile devices and their applications raises a lot of questions regarding security, quality of service (QoS), and user satisfaction. It is therefore very important to address these challenges and provide cost-effective ar...

May 12 2017
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