2012 IEEE International Conference on Green Computing and Communications (2012)
Besancon, France France
Nov. 20, 2012 to Nov. 23, 2012
The connection of ubiquitous and social computing is an emerging research area which is combining two prominent areas of computer science. In this paper, we tackle this topic from different angles: We describe data mining methods for ubiquitous and social data, specifically focusing on physical and social activities, and provide exemplary analysis results. Furthermore, we give an overview on the Ubicon platform which provides a framework for the creation and hosting of ubiquitous and social applications for diverse tasks and projects. Ubicon features the collection and analysis of both physical and social activities of users for enabling inter-connected applications in ubiquitous and social contexts. We summarize three real-world systems built on top of Ubicon, and exemplarily discuss the according mining and analysis aspects.
Data mining, Context, Software, Social network services, Educational institutions, Radiofrequency identification, Venus, analysis, ubiquitous data, social media, data mining, social computing
Martin Atzmueller, Martin Becker, Stephan Doerfel, Andreas Hotho, Mark Kibanov, Bjoern-Elmar Macek, Folke Mitzlaff, Juergen Mueller, Christoph Scholz, Gerd Stumme, "Ubicon: Observing Physical and Social Activities", 2012 IEEE International Conference on Green Computing and Communications, vol. 00, no. , pp. 317-324, 2012, doi:10.1109/GreenCom.2012.75