Zhenxing Xu

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A personally semantic place is a space that is frequently visited by an individual user and carries important semantic meanings (e.g. home, work, etc.) to the user. Many location-aware applications could be greatly enhanced by the ability of automatic discovery of personally semantic places. The discovery of a user's personally semantic places involves(More)
the correctness and reliability of requirement specifications are vital to cost and success of developing a software system, especially for networked software within complex and dynamic change environment. In this work, the solution to verification of O-RGPS, which gives a meta-model for requirement modelling of large-scale networked software, is proposed.(More)
  • Zhenxing Xu
  • 2014 IEEE 30th International Conference on Data…
  • 2014
The popularity of GPS-enabled digital cameras, smart phones, and photo sharing web sites, e.g. Flickr and Panoramio, has led to huge volumes of community-contributed geotagged photos (CCGPs) available on the Internet, which could be regarded as digital footprints of photo takers. In this paper, we propose a method to make context-aware and trip similarity(More)
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