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Mobile ad hoc social networks are self-configuring social networks that connect users using mobile devices, such as laptops, PDAs, and cellular phones. These social networks facilitate users to form virtual communities of similar interests or commonalities. This paper proposes semantics-based mobile social network (SMSN), a novel framework of a fully(More)
Locating desirable resources is very important for a large distributed system. However, the distributed, heterogeneous, and unstructured nature of the system makes this issue very challenging. The discovering mechanism has to be not only semantically rich, in order to cope with complex queries, but also scalable to handle large numbers of information(More)
The neural interface between sensory perception and memory is a central issue in neuroscience, particularly initial memory organization following perceptual analyses. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging to identify anatomic regions extracting initial auditory semantic memory information related to environmental sounds. Two distinct anatomic foci(More)