Partners at Cardiff University have just released a mobile application based on RECOGNITION research. The 4sqPersonality app is a mobile version of the Foursquare Personality Experiment released last year.
The app allows users to view the Foursquare venues near their current location, and to see the average personality profile of all the people who have checked in there. If they are curious enough, they can even sign in with Foursquare themselves, and take their own personality test to see how they compare.
The app is available for Android now on Google Play, and an iOS version should be available very soon.
RECOGNITION partners recently held a workshop at Social Computing and its Applications (SCA) 2013, in Karlsruhe, Germany.
The workshop, titled “Collective Social Awareness and Relevance”, or CSAR, presented papers from project partners alongside other relevant work from outside the project. The workshop was well attended, and included plenty of discussion around topics relevant to the RECOGNITION project.
The RECOGNITION project recently held a very successful public workshop in Florence, Italy, where work from the RECOGNITION project was presented to an audience of domain experts, academics and members of the public.
Hosted by project partners from UNIFI, the day included invited talks from distinguished speakers, talks from many of the project partners, and in the afternoon hosted a lively discussion around the challenges and insights surrounding the workshop topic.
UPDATE – submission deadline extended to March 3rd, 2013
The Recognition project is supporting the 7th IEEE WoWMoM Workshop on Autonomic and Opportunistic Communications (AOC2013) in connection with WoWMom 2013 in Madrid, Spain.
Topics of interest for AOC 2013 include, but are not limited to:
- Routing, transport, and reliability issues!
- Techniques for data dissemination and replication!
- Applications and middleware support, mobile social networking applications!
- Mobility models and statistical analysis of mobility traces!
- Context and social awareness mechanisms and algorithms!
- Co-existence of opportunistic networks with infrastructure mobile wireless networks!
- Service composition in autonomic and opportunistic networks!
- Cognition-driven information processing and decision making!
- Performance modelling, scaling laws, and fundamental limits for autonomic and opportunistic communications!
- Game-theoretical insights to the operation of autonomic and opportunistic networks!
- Participatory and urban sensing in autonomic and opportunistic networks!
- Trust, security, and reputation!
- Autonomic and opportunistic communication testbeds and prototypes, measurement data from real experiments !
- Socio-economic models for autonomic and opportunistic communications
- Submission Deadline March 3, 2013 (EXTENDED)
- Acceptance NotificationMarch 25, 2013
- Camera-ready Deadline April 8, 2013
- Workshop Date June 4, 2013
The flyer for the workshop can be downloaded here
After a server error a few weeks ago we are finally back online! Unfortunately a number of blog posts from the first two years of the project have been lost, but we hope to possibly restore these soon.
Over the next few weeks we’ll start restoring more of the project description and content to the website so stay tuned!
Work relevant to the Recognition project is being presented this week at MOSN 2011 – The First NSS Workshop on Mobile and Online Social Networks, a workshop located with the 5th International Conference on Network and System Security in Milan, Italy.
The paper, “Retweeting: A Study of Message-Forwarding in Twitter” is written by Will Webberley, Stuart Allen and Roget Whitaker of the School of Computer Science & Informatics at Cardiff University.
Work from the Recognition project is this week being presented at the “Finding Patterns of Human Behaviors in NEtwork and MObility Data” (NEMO) workshop at ECMLPKDD 2011 in Athens, Greece.
The paper, entitled “Checking out checking in: observations on foursquare usage patterns was completed by Martin Chorley, Gualtiero Colombo, Matthew Williams, Stuart Allen and Roger Whitaker of the School of Computer Science & Informatics at Cardiff University. For full paper information, see the publications page.
Work from the Recognition project was presented at the Fifth IEEE Workshop on Autonomic and Opportunistic Communications, held as a part of WowMom 2011 in Lucca, Italy.
Marco Conti, Matteo Mordacchini and Andrea Passarella presented their work entitled “Data Dissemination in Opportunistic Networks using Cognitive Heuristics”. A copy of the paper can be downloaded from CNR.