Mobile resource management for better user experience: an audio case study
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Ubiquitous environment's research has evolved considerably over the last years. The wide range of mobile devices, their high diversity and mobility have raised a variety of challenges being resource management a predominant, and therefore attracting special attention in the research community. The Composable-Adaptive Resource Management (CARM) middleware library provides a exi- ble infrastructure where personal devices create seamlessly on-demand interconnections links to share ubiquitous resources. In this paper we present a CARM interesting use case, consisting of an improved audio listening experience by sharing a high quality audio resource. A proof-of-concept implementation is provided, and a testbed comprised of two CARM enabled mobile phones with Bluetooth connectivity making use of remote device's audio resource is described. Our approach demonstrates the importance and usability of enhancing the dynamic resource sharing experience without altering the bandwidth efficiency.
CitationMorales, R.A.; Otero, B.; Gil, Marisa. Mobile resource management for better user experience: an audio case study. A: Symposium of Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence. "4th Symposium of Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence". Valencia: 2010, p. 169-178.
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