Social media is the meaningful digital content that results from interaction or collaboration between users through web-based applications, e.g. blogs and virtual communities. While on the move, people can create or consume mobile social media using portable devices with IP-connectivity. Our hypothesis is that mobile user's IP-connectivity experiences can be represented, implemented and handled as mobile social media. We proposed a model to represent and combine user's connectivity experiences. A prototype has been implemented, and experiments were perfomed in an indoor testbed during few months. The results show that our solution converges to better experiences, even with a small community.
|Conference||Proceedings on the 2010 International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems (ICUMT 2010)|
|Period||18/10/10 → 20/10/10|
|Other||18-20 October 2010|
- IP connectivity
- BSS-Biomechatronics and rehabilitation technology
- user mobility
- Social Media