Publications: ubiquitous computing

Urban computing in the wild: A survey on large scale participationand citizen engagement with ubiquitous computing, cyber physical systems,and Internet of Things

With today’s ubiquitous computing technologies, our daily activities are continuously traced by smartphones in our pockets and more of our everyday things are now connected to the Internet. This

Modelling dynamics of urban mobility for predictive surveillance of crime

The study of urban dynamics is to understand and analyse the dynamic properties of a city in the spatio-temporal domain. It includes the daily routines of the inhabitants, their movement patterns, g

Context-aware mobility analytics and trip planning

The study of user mobility is to understand and analyse the movement of individuals in the spatial and temporal domains. Mobility analytics and trip planning are two vital components of user mobilit

Situation inference and context recognition for intelligent mobile sensing applications

The usage of smart devices is an integral element in our daily life. With the richness of data streaming from sensors embedded in these smart devices, the applications of ubiquitous computing are li

Building utilisation analytics: human occupancy counting and thermal comfort prediction with ambient sensing

With advancement in sensors and the Internet of Things, gathering spatiotemporal information from one’s surroundings has become more convenient. There are multiple phenomenological behaviours,

Learning spatiotemporal patterns for monitoring smart cities and infrastructure

Recent advances in the Internet of Things (IoT) have changed the way we interact with the world. The ability to monitor and manage objects in the physical world electronically makes it possible to b

UTE: A Ubiquitous Data Exploration Platform for Mobile Sensing Experiments

In this paper, we present Ubiquitous daTa Exploration (UTE), a mobile sensor data collection, annotation and exploration platform. Our platform facilitates rapid prototyping of data mining experi

Context-Aware Ubiquitous Data Mining Based Agent Model for Intersection Safety

In USA, 2002, approximately 3.2 million intersection-related crashes occurred, corresponding to 50 percent of all reported crashes. In Japan, more than 58 percent of all traffic crashes occur at i

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