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UCN to be discussed in full conference panel at INFOCOM’15

UCN to be discussed in full conference panel at INFOCOM'15

Thanks to the invitation of He Jianfei from Huawei, UCN will be one of the participating topics in an INFOCOM'15 panel in Hong Kong on April 30th. Richard Mortier (Cambridge ...

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UCN at  the Security Group series at the University of Birmingham

UCN at the Security Group series at the University of Birmingham

On April 9, Jon Crowcroft gave a seminar in the Security Group series at the University of Birmingham, where he presented work on MirageOS and Jitsu, and outlined the vision ...

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There is a staggering amount of online content available today on the Internet. Spurred by ubiquitous connectivity, fast bandwidth, and virtually limitless online storage, people are uploading and consuming data at a remarkable rate. We are currently on the cusp of a paradigm shift in where, when, and how users consume content.Users often do not know what content they want, even less so ahead of time. Thus better content recommendation mechanisms are needed to help users discover more relevant content.

UCN challenge is how to re-center future connected media services on the user and develop improved content recommendation and content delivery frameworks by taking into account rich user context information.

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Apr
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2015
all-day UCN to be discussed in full conf...
UCN to be discussed in full conf...
Apr 30 all-day
UCN to be discussed in full conference panel at INFOCOM'15 @ Kowloon | Hong Kong
Thanks to the invitation of He Jianfei from Huawei, UCN will be one of the participating topics in an INFOCOM’15 panel in Hong Kong on April 30th. Richard Mortier (Cambridge University Computer Lab) will present UCN as part of a
Jun
14
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2015
all-day IEEE WoWMoM 2015
IEEE WoWMoM 2015
Jun 14 – Jun 17 all-day
IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks. All information at: csr.bu.edu/wowmom15/index.html