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By Elizabeth Bales, Timothy Sohn, Vidya Setlur (auth.), Kent Lyons, Jeffrey Hightower, Elaine M. Huang (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the ninth foreign convention on Pervasive Computing, Pervasive 2011, held in San Francisco, united states, in June 2011. the nineteen revised complete papers and 3 brief papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from ninety three submissions. The contributions are grouped into the next topical sections: practices with smartphones; sensing at domestic, sensing at paintings; predicting the longer term; position sensing; augmenting cellphone use; pervasive computing within the public enviornment; public monitors; arms on with sensing; sensing at the body.

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Lyons, J. M. ): Pervasive 2011, LNCS 6696, pp. 19–33, 2011. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011 20 D. K. Dey, and V. Kostakos providing networking access to email, social networking, and messaging, making the management of battery life an important task. Despite the important limitations that battery life imposes on users, previous research has shown that existing battery interfaces present limited information, and, as a consequence, users develop inaccurate mental models about how the battery discharges and how the remaining battery percentage shown in the interface correlates to application usage [20].

In: Sixth Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (2008) 18. : Using Mobile Phones to Determine Transportation Modes. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks 6(2), article 13 (February 2010) 19. : Monitoring Smartphones for Anomaly Detection. Mobile Network Applications (2009) 20. : The Design and Evalution of a Task-Centered Battery Interface. In: Ubicomp 2010 (2010) 21. : Accurate Online Power Estimation And Automatic Battery Behavior Based Power Model Generation for Smartphones.

On average, users keep the phones plugged for 4 hours and 39 minutes after charging has been completed [Figure 8]. D. K. Dey, and V. Kostakos Frequency 28 Amount of time Fig. 8. Time until unplugged after the battery is full Frequency Monitoring when the device has finished charging, we calculated how long the user took to unplug the device from the charger (USB and AC). The amount of time is greater as expected during the night, starting most often at 11PM and lasting until 8AM [Figure 9]. Hour of the day (0-23) Fig.

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