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100 1  Kabir, Muhammad Ashad,|eauthor 
245 10 Pervasive social computing :|bsocially-aware pervasive 
       systems and mobile applications /|cby Muhammad Ashad Kabir,
       Jun Han, Alan Colman 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2016 
300    1 online resource (xxii, 282 pages) :|billustrations (some
       color), digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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505 0  Introduction -- Application Scenarios -- Background and 
       Related Work -- Social Context Modelling -- Social Context
       Reasoning -- Social Context Management -- SocioPlatform 
       Architecture and Implementation -- Case Studies: Social 
       Context-Aware Mobile Applications -- Experimental 
       Evaluations -- Conclusion 
520    This book presents a review of traditional context-aware 
       computing research, identifies its limitations in 
       developing social context-aware pervasive systems, and 
       introduces a new technology framework to address these 
       limitations. Thus, this book provides a good reference for
       developments in context-aware computing and pervasive 
       social computing. It examines the emerging area of 
       pervasive social computing, which is a novel collective 
       paradigm derived from pervasive computing, social media, 
       social networking, social signal processing and multimodal
       human-computer interaction. This book offers a novel 
       approach to model, represent, reason about and manage 
       different types of social context. It shows how users' 
       social context information can be acquired from different 
       online social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter
       and Google Calendar. It further presents the use of social
       context information in developing innovative smart mobile 
       applications to assist users in their daily life. The mix 
       of both theoretical and applied research results makes 
       this book attractive to a variety of readers from both 
       academia and industry. This book provides a new platform 
       for implementing different types of socially-aware mobile 
       applications. The platform hides the complexity of 
       managing social context, and thus provides essential 
       support to application developers for the development of 
       socially-aware applications. The book contains detailed 
       descriptions of how the underlying platform has been 
       implemented using available technologies such as ontology 
       and rule engines, and how this platform can be used to 
       develop socially-aware mobile applications using two 
       exemplar applications. The book also presents evaluations 
       of the proposed platform and applications using real-world
       data from Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Therefore, this 
       book is a syndication of scientific research with 
       practical industrial applications, making it useful to 
       researchers as well as to software engineers 
650  0 Ubiquitous computing 
650 14 Computer Science 
650 24 Computer Communication Networks 
650 24 Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet) 
700 1  Han, Jun,|eauthor 
700 1  Colman, Alan,|eauthor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
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