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CRUMPET: creation of user-friendly mobile services personalised for tourism
The EU funded research project CRUMPET addresses factors and will provide new information delivery services for a far more heterogeneous tourist population, integrating four key emerging technology domains and applying them to the tourism domain.
Location-based Mobile Tourist Services - First User Experiences
The findings of the user validation and conclusions concerning mobile tourism services are reported and the system has been validated in terms of technical and user-perceived qualities at four European trial sites.
Optimizing World-Wide Web for weakly connected mobile workstations: An indirect approach
- M. Liljeberg, T. Alanko, M. Kojo, H. Laamanen, K. Raatikainen
- Computer ScienceSecond International Workshop on Services in…
- 5 June 1995
This paper designs a communication architecture that makes it possible to exploit the existing TCP/IP communication protocols but that also takes into account specific features of cellular links and demonstrates how the architecture is used to improve the performance of the WWW information browsing.
Measured performance of data transmission over cellular telephone networks
- T. Alanko, M. Kojo, H. Laamanen, M. Liljeberg, Marko Moilanen, K. Raatikainen
- Computer Science, BusinessCCRV
- 20 October 1994
Results of performance measurements of data transmission over two different cellular telephone networks, a digital GSM-network and an analogue NMT-network are provided.
Supporting nomadic agent-based applications in the FIPA agent architecture
An agent-based middleware providing means for building adaptive applications for nomadic users, built on top of FIPA-compliant agent platform, and an efficient way for agent communication over the wireless link is presented.
Mobile Computing Based on GSM: the Mowgli Approach
- T. Alanko, M. Kojo, H. Laamanen, K. Raatikainen, M. Tienari
- Computer ScienceIFIP World Conference on Mobile Communications
A new software architecture for mastering the problems related to wireless mobility is presented and a new paradigm for designing mobile distributed applications is discussed, to place a mediator, a distributed intelligent agent, between the mobile node and the wireline network.
Cooperative Information Agents VII
- M. Klusch, Andrea Omicini, Sascha Ossowski, H. Laamanen
- Computer ScienceLecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper introduces the Agents Channeling ContExt Sensitive Services (ACCESS) architecture, an agent-based architecture that supports the development and deployment of context sensitive services.…
Semantic Service Co-Ordination for Emergency Assistance in Mobile e-Health Environments
The CASCOM system is introduced, a software architecture that seamlessly combines semantic Web Services, peer-to-peer techniques, and mobile computing in an innovative way, and the evaluation of the system in real world settings in the emergency health care domain is reported on.
Measured performance of GSM, HSCSD and GPRS
- J. Korhonen, O. Aalto, A. Gurtov, H. Laamanen
- Computer ScienceICC . IEEE International Conference on…
- 11 June 2001
Results of measurements on the performance of GSM HSCSD and GPRS data transmission show that in stationary connections the throughput and response time are stable and close to the theoretical values, but in moving connections there are unwanted disconnections or long pauses in data transfer.
Tourists on the Move
This paper has implemented the architecture as a multi-agent system, which consists of middle-agents specialized in monitoring and controlling network connections, content adaptation based on both mobile device characteristics and the QoS of the network connection and a scalable user interface, which supports multiple mobile devices.