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Epsilon: A Visible Light Based Positioning System
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We propose Epsilon, a novel sub-meter localization system exploiting visible Light-emitting Diode (LED) lighting infrastructure. Expand
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Enabling Practical Backscatter Communication for On-body Sensors
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In this paper, we look at making backscatter practical for ultra-low power on-body sensors by leveraging radios on existing smartphones and wearables (e.g. WiFi and Bluetooth). Expand
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Laissez-Faire: Fully Asymmetric Backscatter Communication
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We present a fully asymmetric backscatter communication protocol where nodes blindly transmit data as and when they sense. Expand
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Auditeur: a mobile-cloud service platform for acoustic event detection on smartphones
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Auditeur is a general-purpose, energy-efficient, and context-aware acoustic event detection platform for smartphones. Expand
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iShadow: design of a wearable, real-time mobile gaze tracker
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We design an eye tracker that dramatically reduces the sensing and computation needs for real-time eye tracking, thereby achieving orders of magnitude reductions in power consumption and form-factor. Expand
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Cellular Network Traffic Scheduling With Deep Reinforcement Learning
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We present a reinforcement learning (RL) based scheduler that can dynamically adapt to traffic variation, and to various reward functions set by network operators, to optimally schedule IoT traffic. Expand
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Pharos: enable physical analytics through visible light based indoor localization
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In this paper, we study the problem of using visible LED lights for accurate localization of indoor physical analytics. Expand
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Braidio: An Integrated Active-Passive Radio for Mobile Devices with Asymmetric Energy Budgets
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This paper presents a radically new design for low-power radios --- one that is capable of dynamically splitting the power burden of communication between the transmitter and receiver in proportion to the available energy on the two devices. Expand
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EkhoNet: High-Speed Ultra Low-Power Backscatter for Next Generation Sensors
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A fundamental assumption that has driven the design of sensor networks for decades is that communication is the most powerhungry component of an individual sensor system. Expand
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Software defined batteries
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In this paper, we present a new hardware-software system, called Software Defined Battery (SDB), which allows system designers to integrate batteries of different chemistries. Expand
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