Kino Sense: Framework for Tasking Applications on Smartphones using Sensing and Co-ordination
Amruta Deshpande1, Apurva Bhoite2, Ashish Kalbhor3, Sandeep Mane4, Prema Desai5
1Amruta Deshpande, Computer Department, Skncoe, University of Pune, India.
2Apurva Bhoite, Computer Department, Skncoe, University of Pune, India.
3Ashish Kalbhor, Computer Department, Skncoe, University of Pune, India.
4Sandeep Mane, Computer Department, Skncoe, University of Pune, India.
5Prema Desai, Computer Department, Skncoe, University of Pune, India.
Manuscript received on March 02, 2013. | Revised Manuscript received on April 10, 2013. | Manuscript published on April 30, 2013. | PP: 314-317 | Volume-2, Issue-4, April 2013. | Retrieval Number: D1397042413/2013©BEIESP
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Abstract: A growing class of smartphones use tasking applications that run continuously, process data from sensors to determine the user’s context (such as location), and fire certain actions when the right conditions occur. We propose a framework which enables smartphones to use device sensors to perform some actions by defining a rule. The idea is to develop primitives that would simplify the use of device sensors and services for both developers as well as users. We hereby overcome the issues in current approaches by creating broader and more meaningful definitions to be used on smartphones. Kino Sense provides a task execution framework to automatically distribute and coordinate tasks, energy-efficient modules to infer user activities and compose them. These applications combine sensing from the device and the coordination between all sensors.
Keywords: Framework, Triggers, Actions, Sensors, Events.