smart phone research papers

Smart-phone attacks and defenses
  HotNets III, 2004 ,
ABSTRACT Internet has been permeating into every corner of the world and every aspect of
our lives, empowering us with anywhere, anytime remote access and control over
information, personal communications (eg, through smart-phones), and our environment ( 

Smart phone based cognitive assistant
S Helal, C Giraldo, Y Kaddoura, C Lee ,UbiHealth 2003: The , 2003 ,
Abstract. The use of pervasive computing technology such as java smart phones and multi-
modal sensors in smart homes of the future can potentially enhance elders’ independence
and quality of life. We present ongoing research projects whose goal is to reduce the 

Acquisition of a Symbian smart phone’s content with an on-phone forensic tool
PM Mokhonoana ,Southern African Telecommunication , 2007
Abstract—A smart phone is a handheld device that combines the functionality of a
cellphone, a personal digital assistant (PDA) and other information appliances such a music
player. These devices can however be used in a crime and would have to be quickly 

Quire: Lightweight provenance for smart phone 

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Computer systems are rapidly changing. Over the next few years, we will see wide-scale deployment of dynamically-scheduled processors that can issue multiple instructions every clock cycle, execute instructions out of order, and overlap computation and cache misses

 S Shekhar, Y Pisetsky ,20th USENIX Security , 2011 ,
Abstract Smartphone apps are often granted to privilege to run with access to the network
and sensitive local resources. This makes it difficult for remote endpoints to place any trust in
the provenance of network connections originating from a user’s device. Even on the 

No smart phone is an island: the impact of places, situations, and other devices on smart phone use
T Matthews, J Pierce ,Research Report RJ10452, , 2009 ,
ABSTRACT We interviewed 21 people both before and after they acquired an iPhone 3G or
T-Mobile G1 to assess how nextgeneration smart phones impact user behavior. We focused
on exploring what motivates people to use their smart phones, what applications they use, 

A smart phone-based personal area network for remote monitoring of biosignals
M Morón, J Luque, A Botella, E Cuberos , Workshop on Wearable , 2007 ,Springer
This paper presents a system whose purpose is to monitor a patient continuously from
indoor or outdoor environments. The system is based on a Bluetooth PAN, carried by the
patient, whose central node, a smart phone, compiles information about patient’s location 

Smart phone interaction with registered displays
N Pears, DG Jackson ,IEEE Pervasive , 2009 ,
APRIL–JUNE 2009 PERVASIVE computing 3 play). By pointing the smart
phonerearmounted camera at the public display screen, we can manipulate elements of the
resulting image as if it were part of the smart phone display. The registration of the two 

A cultural dimensions model based on smart phone applications
JM Oh ,Journal of Information Processing Systems, 2011
Abstract—One of the major factors influencing the phenomenal growth of the smart phone
market is the active development applications based on open environments. Despite
difficulties in finding and downloading applications due to the small screens and 

Design and Implementation of Forensic System in Android Smart Phone
X Lee, C Yang, S Chen ,The 5th Joint Workshop on Information , 2009
Abstract. Since technology is booming on its high astonishingly, digital devices are getting
popular in our daily life and record people’s life insensibly. The most proliferation product in
our life is the Mobile phones, and especially the smart phone, it’s gaining a lot popularity 

Understanding Brain Arousal and Sleep Quality Using a N euroergonomic Smart PhoneApplication
D Gartenberg ,Advances in Understanding , 2010 ,
ABSTRACT The increasing prevalence of mobile computer technology in everyday life
allows for the collection of data that were previously inaccessible or expensive to obtain.
Such data provide unique information different to that collected in the lab or through the 

eISP: a Programmable Processing Architecture for Smart Phone Image Enhancement
M Thevenin, L Letellier, R Schmit, B Heyrman ,2009 ,
Abstract—Today’s smart phones, with their embedded high-resolution video sensors,
require computing capacities that are too high to easily meet stringent silicon area and
power consumption requirements (some one and a half square millimeters and half a watt 

A Smart-Phone Indoor/Outdoor Localization System
C Pereira, L Guenda , Conference on Indoor , 2011 ,
Abstract—This paper depicts the operation of an integrated system designed for both
outdoor and indoor localization, with special emphasis on the latter. It is demonstrated how
three different methods of localization can be combined, based on WiFi access points and 

Smart-phone Sensor of Pendulum Motion
RD Peters ,Arxiv preprint arXiv:1012.1800, 2010 ,
The pendulum to which the phone was attached for this study was fabricated as follows. Two
small loops, one at each end, were formed on a commonplace type leather belt whose unmodified
length is approximately 42 in. The Droid-x was placed in the bottom end-loop, and the 

Privacy Settings for Smart Phone Applications Post-Installation
A Anderson ,
ABSTRACT The number of smart phone applications on the market is growing daily. These
applications are written by third party developers and can access personal data on a user’s
phone. This leads to security concerns because of the current privacy mechanisms. It is 

Reading Text on a Smart Phone
TY Fukaya, S Ono, M Minakuchi, S Nakashima ,
Abstract—This study investigates the influence of reading-manipulation on small touch
devices such as smart phones and, more specifically, how scrolling and paging actions
affect a user’s comprehension of texts and the operating performance of the interface. Two 

Factors Influencing Adoption and Post-Adoption of Smart Phone
JH You, JH Lee
Abstract. This research aimed to develop a comprehensive model for consumers’ adoption
of smart phone and their behaviors after adoption. For this purpose, a multi-dimensional
approach was attempted, considering both the initial adoption stage of smart phone and