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- Proceedings of the 10th Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications, HotMobile 2009, Santa Cruz, California, USA, February 23-24, 2009. ACM 2009, ISBN 978-1-60558-283-2
- Justin Manweiler, Ryan Scudellari, Zachary Cancio, Landon P. Cox:
We saw each other on the subway: secure, anonymous proximity-based missed connections.
- Joseph T. Meyerowitz, Romit Roy Choudhury:
Realtime location privacy via mobility prediction: creating confusion at crossroads.
- Stefan Saroiu, Alec Wolman:
Enabling new mobile applications with location proofs.
- Linda Deng, Landon P. Cox:
LiveCompare: grocery bargain hunting through participatory sensing.
- Tamara Denning, Adrienne H. Andrew, Rohit Chaudhri, Carl Hartung, Jonathan Lester, Gaetano Borriello, Glen Duncan:
BALANCE: towards a usable pervasive wellness application with accurate activity inference.
- Pan Hui, Richard Mortier, Kuang Xu, Jon Crowcroft, Victor O. K. Li:
Sharing airtime with Shair avoids wasting time and money.
- Jason Flinn, Thomas J. Giuli, Brett D. Higgins, Brian D. Noble, Azarias Reda, David Watson:
The case for intentional networking.
- Ashish Sharma, Elizabeth M. Belding:
A case for application aware channel access in wireless networks.
- Sayandeep Sen, Stephen Schmitt, Mason Donahue, Suman Banerjee:
Exploiting "approximate communication" for mobile media applications.
- Kent Lyons, Roy Want, David Munday, Jiasheng He, Shivani Sud, Barbara Rosario, Trevor Pering:
- Michael Harding, Oliver Storz, Nigel Davies, Adrian Friday:
Planning ahead: techniques for simplifying mobile service use.
- Toshiya Nakakura, Yasuyuki Sumi, Toyoaki Nishida:
Neary: conversation field detection based on similarity of auditory situation.
- Michele Sama, Julian Harty:
Using code instrumentation to enhance testing on J2ME: a lesson learned with JInjector.
- Peter Gilbert, Eduardo Cuervo, Landon P. Cox:
Experimenting in mobile social contexts using JellyNets.
- Nicholas Palmer, Roelof Kemp, Thilo Kielmann, Henri E. Bal:
Ibis for mobility: solving challenges of mobile computing using grid techniques.
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