Refining smartphone usage analysis by combining crowdsensing and survey

Abstract : Crowdsensing has been used quite regularly in recent years to study smartphone usage. However context information associated with smartphone usage is mostly of the type geo-localisation, user mobility, temporal behavior etc. Furthermore most studies are not sufficiently user-centric i.e. don't consider the perception or cognitive aspects of the user. In this paper we collect data about social context and user perception via in-app and on-line questionnaires and show that when these are combined with crowdsensed data can help improve both sensing and survey and can be applied to interesting cases.
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The 2nd International Workshop on Crowd Assisted Sensing Pervasive Systems and Communications, 2015, Mar 2015, St Louis, United States. IEEE, pp.366-371, <10.1109/PERCOMW.2015.7134065 >
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Vassili Rivron, Mohammad Irfan Khan, Simon Charneau, Isabelle Chrisment. Refining smartphone usage analysis by combining crowdsensing and survey. The 2nd International Workshop on Crowd Assisted Sensing Pervasive Systems and Communications, 2015, Mar 2015, St Louis, United States. IEEE, pp.366-371, <10.1109/PERCOMW.2015.7134065 >. <hal-01154975>

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