Difference between revisions of "Human interaction discovery in smartphone proximity networks (Q4657)"

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In this work, we have used Bluetooth (BT) sensors in smartphones to sense the proximity network between people over a long period of time. Bluetooth proximity is an acceptable approximation for social interactions, since people in proximity are more likely to interact with each other.
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journal article from 'Personal and Ubiquitous Computing' published in 2013
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Human interaction discovery in smartphone proximity networks
journal article from 'Personal and Ubiquitous Computing' published in 2013

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    In this work, we have used Bluetooth (BT) sensors in smartphones to sense the proximity network between people over a long period of time. Bluetooth proximity is an acceptable approximation for social interactions, since people in proximity are more likely to interact with each other.
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