How Many Makes a Crowd? On the Evolution of Learning as a Factor of Community Coverage. Conference Paper uri icon


  • Abstract. As truly ubiquitous wearable computers, mobile phones are quickly becoming the primary source for social, behavioral and environmental sensing and data collection. Today's smartphones are equipped with increasingly more sensors and accessible data types that enable the collection of literally dozens of signals related to the phone, its user, and its environment. A great deal of research effort in academia and industry is put into mining this raw data for higher level sense-making, such as understanding user context …

publication date

  • March 16, 2012

presented at event

  • SBP  Conference