Yaodong Huang

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Smartphones are the most general ubiquitous computing devices available in common people's daily life. However, there are not so many applications for disabled, such as blind people. In this paper, based on internal acceleration sensors of mobile devices, we present a gesture recognition system, providing users with an original, direct form of(More)
The rapid development of container-based virtualization provides an alternative to virtual machine technology used in cloud environment. However, we notice that the shortcoming in networking of this technology, such as complexity in communication between containers in different hosts and the waste of network addresses when directly allocating public IP(More)
The proliferation and daily congregation of modern mobile devices have created abundant opportunities for peer edge devices to share valuable data with each other. The short contact durations, relatively small sharing sizes, and uncertain data availability, demand agile, light weight peer based data sharing. In this paper, we propose Peer Data Sharing (PDS)(More)
Edge devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets, connected vehicles, IoT nodes) with sensing, storage and communication resources are increasingly penetrating our environments. Many novel applications can be created when nearby peer edge devices share data. Caching can greatly improve the data availability, retrieval robustness and latency. In this paper, we study(More)
As the indoor location-based services are widely used in daily life, we all call for precise localization and low energy consumption application. Besides, getting location information in a short response time remains a problem in indoor navigation. In this paper, we present an accurate and efficient indoor navigation system called AENS, which only needs(More)
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