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匹配条件: “ Personal Mobility” ,找到相关结果约3350条。
Pen-ho Chang,Tsan-Pin Wang
International Journal of Computer Networks & Communications , 2009,
Abstract: As a user moves to different locations, how to make the communication service in use follows the userto the current location without being broken off depends on the support of Personal Mobility. Therefore,supporting personal mobility for the “follow-me service” is the goal of this research. We integrate RadioFrequency Identification (RFID), and SIP Express Router (SER) to create a VoIP system which canachieve personal mobility.In our proposed system, as soon as the user moves to different locations, the sensors of thedoors/locations can read the RFID Tag of the user and the server can activate an according phone andregister to the SER immediately. To avoid multiple registrations, our system will close the phone whichthe user used before at the same time. The advantage of this research is that it’s unnecessary to changethe settings of the SER, and neither to use the specific phone. In the implementation, we introduce twomodules, Remote Call Server (RCS) and Remote Call Client (RCC), to support personal mobility. Bothmodules are written in Microsoft Visual C#.NET and use the same MySQL database with the SIP ProxyServer for reducing the deployment cost. Moreover, the RFID reader directly connects to RCS via aregular USB port. As a result, the reader can immediately transfer the raw data to RCS when it readssome tags. These features make deploying a personal mobility architecture easier and promising.
Campus Mobility for the Future: The Electric Bicycle  [PDF]
I. V. McLoughlin, I. K. Narendra, L. H. Koh, Q. H. Nguyen, B. Seshadri, W. Zeng, C. Yao
Journal of Transportation Technologies (JTTs) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jtts.2012.21001
Abstract: Sustainable and practical personal mobility solutions for campus environments have traditionally revolved around the use of bicycles, or provision of pedestrian facilities. However many campus environments also experience traffic congestion, parking difficulties and pollution from fossil-fuelled vehicles. It appears that pedal power alone has not been sufficient to supplant the use of petrol and diesel vehicles to date, and therefore it is opportune to investigate both the reasons behind the continual use of environmentally unfriendly transport, and consider potential solutions. This paper presents the results from a year-long study into electric bicycle effectiveness for a large tropical campus, identifying barriers to bicycle use that can be overcome through the availability of public use electric bicycles.
Factors Influencing the Use of Mobile Financial Services: Evidence from Taiwan  [PDF]
Feng-Shang Wu, Yung-Shen Yen
Modern Economy (ME) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/me.2014.513113
Abstract: Mobile service innovation has become a critical issue in the financial sectors. Currently, many banks in Taiwan have developed various mobile services for their customers. However, mobile services in financial sectors are different from Internet services because of the mobility. First, mobile services enable mobile extensions of existing electronic services and new services that are valuable to users on the move. Second, most people have their own, personal mobile devices in the hands, but they may not have the computers with them anytime. Although consumers’ technology acceptance has been examined in the context of e-commerce, mobile financial services are gained scant attention. Thus, this study aims to explore the factors influencing the use of mobile financial services (MFS). We conducted a qualitative research in depth, and investigated a renowned bank in Taiwan which developed various MFS for customers. The findings reveal that perceived mobility and personal habit are two important antecedents influencing the use of MFS. Mobility positively affects perceived ease-of-use and perceived usefulness, which in turn influence the use of MFS. Furthermore, personal habit positively affects the use of MFS.
International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: The need for fourth generation mobile networks originates with ever increasing mobility and the convergence of traditional telecommunication networks and content services. A fourth generation (4G) mobile network combines several traditional technologies toprovide personal communication and content services for its mobile users
Reversal of Cancer by Dual Strategy?  [PDF]
Mario Gosalvez
Journal of Cancer Therapy (JCT) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jct.2013.42064

I present herewith a concise historic account of our development of the new technique for cancer therapy: Reversal of Cancer by Dual Strategy. This new method is based on the possible correction of the mitochondrial filamentation defect of tumors plus minor cytotoxicity addressed to the anoxic and fagocitic tumors redoubts, using the administration of the anticancer agents with a chrono-therapeutic emphasis on the patients mobility. Such methods probably will reach patients in the near future with the collaboration of private clinical trials mainly at least in the USA, Europe and Japan. Only the more essential references of this effort are provided.

Identifikationsmerkmal Automobil bzw. Identifikation und Nutzen. Die theoretisch-emotionale Bedeutung des Autos
Pelters, Sarah
Journal of New Frontiers in Spatial Concepts , 2009,
Abstract: The time when a car was used for the purpose of transportation only has probably never been. After its invention when such a machine was still hard to handle the thoughts about cars quickly moved from dangerous devils that should never be used to objects of freedom, safety and speed. They expressed wealth, status and independence and people started not only to want a car but soon enough also to differentiate between brands, models and styling. Now the question is not only how the car influenced modern life but also what the car - including its meaning and general understanding which it developed over the past - made of people. How much does a person identify with the own car, which is far more than just property?
Driver-vehicle interfaces and interaction: where are they going?
Sergio Damiani,Enrica Deregibus,Luisa Andreone
European Transport Research Review , 2009, DOI: 10.1007/s12544-009-0009-2
Abstract: Human Machine Interaction (HMI), initially limited only to the primary in-vehicle commands, has been a major issue since the beginning. In which direction is it moving? Which technological efforts will be key factors to face the challenges of the future? We are in the middle of a transition phase where the world has to cope with and to solve big problems as energy and climate change that can strongly influence the future of the automotive industry and not only.
User-Centric Mobility for Multimedia Communication: Experience and Evaluation from a Live Demo
Raffaele Bolla,Riccardo Rapuzzi,Matteo Repetto
Journal of Networks , 2012, DOI: 10.4304/jnw.7.1.21-36
Abstract: Nowadays people claim and expect pervasive communications, with continuous and seamless media access; that requires new communication paradigms beyond the legacy network- and device-centric approaches, and leads to the user-centric concept. Mobility is a key issue in pervasive communications, and session migration is the most related aspect with the user-centric vision; however, despite of the fact that the user should be at the center of the system, no evidence of user involvement in the design and evaluation phase can be found in the literature for this topic. In this paper we describe the user evaluation we carried out by a live demo open to a large heterogeneity of potential users at a national science exhibition. Our purpose was twofold: on the one hand, to evaluate users' feeling with our user-centric networking mobility framework based on the concept of Personal Address and, on the other hand, to figure out general indications for the whole research community about user's expectations and requirements for session migration.
En osant, on peut arriver à l’inou . Les stages à l’étranger In daring, one invites the incredible . Work placement abroad
Fran?oise Lavinal,Nicole Décuré,Aimée Blois
Recherche et Pratiques Pédagogiques en Langues de Spécialité : Cahiers de l'APLIUT , 2012, DOI: 10.4000/apliut.2095
Abstract: Les étudiant/es de l’IUT A de Toulouse III sont de plus en plus nombreux/ses à effectuer leur stage de 2e année dans des entreprises étrangères. Nous avons voulu savoir quels étaient les apports de ces stages pour les étudiant/es concerné/es sur les plans professionnel, linguistique, culturel et personnel.Deux enquêtes ont été réalisées en 2005 : une avant le départ en stage, l’autre au retour. Une cinquantaine de questionnaires a été recueillie.L’article est une analyse des réponses à ces questionnaires et une évaluation de la pertinence d’une préparation spécifique à la mobilité avant le départ. Students at the Institute of Technology in Toulouse (IUT A) are more and more numerous to choose to go abroad to do their second year work placement in foreign companies. We decided to inquire into the benefits of these periods for the students concerned, at the professional, linguistic, cultural and personal levels.Two surveys were made in 2005, one before departure and one on return. About fifty questionnaires were thus filled in.The article analyses the answers to the questionnaires and assesses the relevance of a specific preparation before work placement in a foreign country.
Perception Based Determinants of Mobility Dilemma in Ilorin Metropolis  [PDF]
Abdulmajeed Olaremi Shittu, Muhammad Zaly Shah, Muhammad Ali Chiroma
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.34008
Abstract: Usually, planning proceeds from issue identification and evaluation, directed at addressing recognized problems. As straightforward as it sounds, this sometimes can be difficult to achieve in settings where outdated master plans, continuous piecemeal and poorly regulated development are the order of the day. Even worse is the near total lack of baseline data upon which rational decisions about issues, such as mobility can be premised. Resulting into a scenario where holistic evaluations of city mobility needs and requirements are sometimes entirely jeopardized, leaving city managers with very little information to work with. The consequence is a distress filled mobility environment, from which determinants of dilemma may be tacitly admitted, but are generally not properly determined. This work uses perception of travelers’ to rank and classify effect of contextually relevant mobility influencing attributes of Ilorin metropolis, as bases for isolating determinants of mobility dilemma in the city. The approach is targeted at providing city managers with a simplistic alternative way of evaluating needs, based upon user identified preferences, such that determinants of mobility dilemma become implicit enough to be utilized for decision making and planning. The work involved a survey of randomly selected respondents’ from officially designated spatial subunits of Ilorin metropolis. It became apparent that attributes of public modes, development characteristics, as well as other operational, economic and safety attributions of the city’s mobility environment were influencing perception of mobility by respondents’ negatively, mainly as an offshoot of inadequate planning and regulation enforcement in the city. It is suggested that, parsimonious techniques such as utilized in this work, be employed in bridging the gap between comprehensive plans, where wherewithal is lacking.

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