CSCI 7143, Mobile Computing
(this page is
subject to change)
- Week 1, Monday: Course Introduction.
- Week 1, Wednesday:
- Week 2, Monday:
- G. Forman, J. Zahorjan, "The Challenges of Mobile
Computer, vol. 27, no. 4, April 1994, pp. 38-47.
- M. Satyanarayanan. 1996. "Fundamental
challenges in mobile computing." In Proceedings
of the fifteenth annual ACM symposium on Principles of
distributed computing (PODC '96). ACM, New York,
NY, USA, 1-7.
- Week 2, Wednesday:
- Week 3, Wednesday: (Sept 7, Monday was Labor Day)
- Week 4, Monday:
- Cory Cornelius, Apu
Kapadia, David Kotz, Dan Peebles, Minho Shin, and Nikos
Triandopoulos. 2008. Anonysense:
privacy-aware people-centric sensing. In Proceeding
of the 6th international conference on Mobile systems,
applications, and services (MobiSys '08). ACM,
New York, NY, USA, 211-224.
- Week 4, Wednesday:
- Week 5, Monday:
- Eduardo Cuervo, Aruna Balasubramanian, Dae-ki Cho, Alec
Wolman, Stefan Saroiu, Ranveer Chandra, and Paramvir Bahl.
2010. "MAUI: making
smartphones last longer with code offload". In Proceedings
of the 8th international conference on Mobile systems,
applications, and services (MobiSys '10), 49-62.
- Week 5, Wednesday:
- Week 6, Monday:
- Sonesh Surana, Rabin Patra, Sergiu
Nedevschi, Manuel Ramos, Lakshminarayanan
Subramanian, Yahel Ben-David, and Eric Brewer.
pilots: keeping rural wireless networks alive."
In Proceedings of the 5th USENIX Symposium on
Networked Systems Design and Implementation
(NSDI'08), Jon Crowcroft and Mike Dahlin (Eds.).
USENIX Association, Berkeley, CA, USA, 119-132.
- Week 6, Wednesday:
- Week 7, Monday:
- G. Simon, M.
Maróti, Á. Lédeczi, G. Balogh, B. Kusy, A.
Nádas, G. Pap, J. Sallai, and K. Frampton,
network-based countersniper system." In
Proceedings of the 2nd international
Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor
Systems (Baltimore, MD, USA, November 03
- 05, 2004). SenSys '04. ACM Press, New
York, NY, pp. 1-12. (aka Shooter Localization)
- Week 7, Wednesday:
- Projects Discussion: The above papers are designed to
expose you to a broad range of hot recent research topics
before you have to choose a research project for the
class. This should give you ideas about good projects.
- Subsequent papers in week 8 onwards will consist of mostly
canonical papers in mobile computing.
- Week 8, Monday:
- Week 8, Wednesday:
- Andy Harter, Andy Hopper, Pete Steggles, Andy Ward, and
Paul Webster, "The
Anatomy of a Context-Aware Application." Proceedings of 5th ACM/IEEE
International Conference on Mobile Computing and
Networking (Mobicom '99), August 1999, pp. 59-68.
- Week 9, Monday:
- Week 9, Wednesday:
- Week 10, Monday:
- Week 10, Wednesday:
- Week 11, Monday:
- Week 11, Wednesday:
- Week 12, Monday:
- Week 12, Wednesday:
- Week 13, Monday:
- Arvind Thiagarajan, Lenin Sivalingam,
Katrina LaCurts, Sivan Toledo, Jakob Eriksson, Samuel
Madden, and Hari Balakrishnan. VTrack: Accurate,
Energy-Aware Traffic Delay Estimation Using Mobile Phones.
In SenSys, pages 85-98. ACM, 2009. Best
paper award. [ .pdf ]
- Week 13, Wednesday:
- Week 14 (Thanksgiving/Fall Break)
- Week 15, Monday:
- Week 15, Wednesday: