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mCell: Facilitating Mobile Communication of Small Groups  [PDF]
Jyri Virtanen,Merja Haveri,Jan Blom,Jonna H kkil ,Mikko T. Tarkiainen
Advances in Human-Computer Interaction , 2008, DOI: 10.1155/2008/614987
Abstract: Mobile communication technology offers a potential platform for new types of communication applications. Here, we describe the development and experiences with a mobile group communication application, mCell, that runs on a mobile phone. We present the underlying design implications, the application implementation, and a user study, where three groups used the application for one month. The findings of the user study reveal general user experiences with the application and show different patterns of usage depending on the social setting of the group and how the preferred features vary accordingly.
Automatic Bus Recognition Through Mobile
S.Nagendram, Y.Harikrishna
International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: This paper presents a GPS (global positioning system) to track the vehicle in the remote areas. Here based on the latitude and longitude values of the vehicles anywhere on the globe, a microcontroller which will process the information and switch the GSM (global system for mobile communication) to send SMS to the users about present location, time, date, speed of the vehicle. In this method we give mobile number, bus number, line number, speed, date, to the controller center. Those who are subscribed to the controller centre it automatically sends the sms to the user through GSM modem. Here we create a program to the controller center to send an sms message to a User. Whenever it arrives near to the junction or crosses the junction it automatically update the further information regarding the location by using the GPS system and sends the SMS to the user by using the GSM modem. GSM modem and micro controller are combined for the purpose of automatic bus recognition with a smart phone. The method works in real time applications in terms of recognition rate and reliability.
Facilitating Goal-Oriented Behaviour in the Stroop Task: When Executive Control Is Influenced by Automatic Processing  [PDF]
Benjamin A. Parris, Sarah Bate, Scott D. Brown, Timothy L. Hodgson
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0046994
Abstract: A portion of Stroop interference is thought to arise from a failure to maintain goal-oriented behaviour (or goal neglect). The aim of the present study was to investigate whether goal- relevant primes could enhance goal maintenance and reduce the Stroop interference effect. Here it is shown that primes related to the goal of responding quickly in the Stroop task (e.g. fast, quick, hurry) substantially reduced Stroop interference by reducing reaction times to incongruent trials but increasing reaction times to congruent and neutral trials. No effects of the primes were observed on errors. The effects on incongruent, congruent and neutral trials are explained in terms of the influence of the primes on goal maintenance. The results show that goal priming can facilitate goal-oriented behaviour and indicate that automatic processing can modulate executive control.
基于Holter心电数据自动诊断的移动医疗服务
The Mobile Medical Service Based on the Analysis of Automatic Diagnosis of Holter Electrocardiogram Data
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黄东海, 李晓亚, 涂昌建
Hans Journal of Data Mining (HJDM) , 2016, DOI: 10.12677/HJDM.2016.61008
Abstract:
本文从心电图(ECG)信号自动诊断的角度切入移动医疗服务,期望以实现ECG自动诊断来带动移动医疗服务的发展。文中重点描述了实现自动诊断过程中面临的主要问题,并结合临床数据进行验证,提出以树结构层次聚类的方式提高ECG模式分类效果。在Holter临床数据上的实验结果表明,树形层次聚类法可以很好的找到数据集中的异常心拍。
In this paper, we consider the mobile medical service from the perspective of diagnosis of elec-trocardiogram (ECG) signal, and expect to promote the development of mobile medical service through the implementation of automatic diagnosis of ECG. We focus on the main problem during the procedure of implementing the automatic diagnosis, which is illustrated with ECG clinical data. And we propose a hierarchical clustering method based on tree structure to improve the results of ECG pattern classification. The simulation results on clinical data collected by smart device such as Holter, reveal that the tree-like hierarchical clustering method can effectively detect abnormal heart beat from ECG data set.
Design and Development of Magical Mobile Updater for Automatic Information Synchronization  [PDF]
Ximei Liao,Hao Shi
International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks , 2010,
Abstract: Today wireless technologies have become more and more popular in our daily life, the most popular being in telecommunication and networking. Wireless technology has turned out to be convenient andwidely uses as it is becoming an inexpensive option to replace fixed cables. There are many different wireless technologies around the world and they are implemented into different wireless devices for ourdaily use. In this paper, the state-of-art of Bluetooth technology is first reviewed. It aims to demonstrate use of Bluetooth wireless technology including its protocol and functionality by building an application to connect and communicate between wired and wireless devices. The key of this research is to evaluate whether utilization of Bluetooth technology can synchronize contents between a mobile phone and a server computer. The paper no only focuses on developing an application prototype of Magic Mobile Updater (MMU) for Bluetooth enabled devices, which addresses its security and connectivity, but also studies how wireless Bluetooth technology affects and improves our daily life in the near future.
Mobile Station Spatio-Temporal Multipath Clustering of an Estimated Wideband MIMO Double-Directional Channel of a Small Urban 4.5 GHz Macrocell  [cached]
Lawrence Materum,Jun-ichi Takada,Ichirou Ida,Yasuyuki Oishi
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking , 2009, DOI: 10.1155/2009/804021
Abstract: Multipath clusters in a wireless channel could act as additional channels for spatial multiplexing MIMO systems. However, identifying them in order to come up with better cluster channel models has been a hurdle due to how they are defined. This paper considers the identification of these clusters at the mobile station through a middle ground approach—combining a globally optimized automatic clustering approach and manual clustering of the physical scatterers. By including the scattering verification in the cluster identification, better insight into their behavior in wireless channels would be known, especially the physical realism and eventually a more satisfactorily accurate cluster channel model could be proposed. The results show that overlapping clusters make up the majority of the observed channel, which stems from automatic clustering, whereas only a few clusters have clear delineation of their dispersion. In addition, it is difficult to judge the physical realism of overlapping clusters. This further points to a need for the physical interpretation and verification of clustering results, which is an initial step taken in this paper. From the identification results, scattering mechanisms of the clusters are presented and also their selected first and second order statistics.
Mobile Station Spatio-Temporal Multipath Clustering of an Estimated Wideband MIMO Double-Directional Channel of a Small Urban 4.5 GHz Macrocell  [cached]
Materum Lawrence,Takada Jun-ichi,Ida Ichirou,Oishi Yasuyuki
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking , 2009,
Abstract: Multipath clusters in a wireless channel could act as additional channels for spatial multiplexing MIMO systems. However, identifying them in order to come up with better cluster channel models has been a hurdle due to how they are defined. This paper considers the identification of these clusters at the mobile station through a middle ground approach—combining a globally optimized automatic clustering approach and manual clustering of the physical scatterers. By including the scattering verification in the cluster identification, better insight into their behavior in wireless channels would be known, especially the physical realism and eventually a more satisfactorily accurate cluster channel model could be proposed. The results show that overlapping clusters make up the majority of the observed channel, which stems from automatic clustering, whereas only a few clusters have clear delineation of their dispersion. In addition, it is difficult to judge the physical realism of overlapping clusters. This further points to a need for the physical interpretation and verification of clustering results, which is an initial step taken in this paper. From the identification results, scattering mechanisms of the clusters are presented and also their selected first and second order statistics.
Routing, Topology Discovery and Automatic Network Reconfiguration in AD-HOC Networks Using JADE Mobile Agents
B. Anandampilai
Asian Journal of Information Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Wireless networks and the usage of mobile devices are becoming popular in recent days, especially in creating Ad-Hoc networks. There is thus scope for developing mobile systems, where devices take an active part of creating a network infrastructure and can actually be used to route data between networks. This research proposes to assess different models of the usage of static and JADE Mobile Agents to determine the best route through Ad-Hoc networks. The determination of this route is a complex one and requires research into the best metrics to identify the best path, such as memory capacity, network performance, processing capabilities, cost and so on. One model is to use a mixture of mobile and static agents to gather relevant information. These agents could perform important tests, which could be used to generate the best route through a network. This research looks at different models for the deployment of these agents, which balance the usage of static and JADE Mobile Agents. These are appraised in the terms of performance, reconfigurability and easy of installation.
Routing, Topology Discovery and Automatic Network Reconfiguration in Ad-Hoc Networks Using JADE Mobile Agents
E. Baburaj,V. Vasudevan
International Journal of Soft Computing , 2012,
Abstract: Wireless networks and the usage of mobile devices are becoming popular in recent days, especially in creating Ad-Hoc networks. There is thus scope for developing mobile systems, where devices take an active part of creating a network infrastructure and can actually be used to route data between networks. This research proposes to assess different models of the usage of static and JADE Mobile Agents to determine the best route through Ad-Hoc networks. The determination of this route is a complex one and requires research into the best metrics to identify the best path, such as memory capacity, network performance, processing capabilities, cost and so on. One model is to use a mixture of mobile and static agents to gather relevant information. These agents could perform important tests, which could be used to generate the best route through a network. This research looks at different models for the deployment of these agents, which balance the usage of static and JADE Mobile Agents. These are appraised in the terms of performance, reconfigurability and easy of installation.
Color Planning of Mobile Phone 3D Animation Automatic Generation System
手机3D动画自动生成系统中的色彩规划

ZHAO Ye,LIU Chun-Nian,
赵晔
,刘椿年

计算机系统应用 , 2012,
Abstract: The Mobile phone 3D animation automatic generation system implements the technology that automatically generates a 3D animation and sends the message with animation to the receiver according to the content of message. Color planning is an important segment of the system, consider of the topic of the message and the animation scene's information, plan in color domain for the animation, and change the models' color in the animation scene. In this paper, a Semantic Web technologies based approach is proposed. A knowledge base in the domain of color is built. In the process of the planning, firstly the color matching plans suitable for the topic of message after plot reasoning are built. Then, according to the information of animation scene, the plans are filtered. Finally, the color of each model in the scene is decided. Instead of the visual effects is invariable and tedious for automatic generated animation, color planning makes the animation more flexible and variable.
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