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Open Discussion Mobile Operating Systems. Presenter - Bob Kinicki [email protected] PEDS Seminar December 7, 2009. Merging of Several Areas. Smart Phones Pervasive Computing Mobile Operating Systems Sensor Networks. Interesting Questions for PEDS.

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open discussion mobile operating systems

Open DiscussionMobile Operating Systems

Presenter - Bob Kinicki

[email protected]

PEDS Seminar

December 7, 2009

merging of several areas
Merging of Several Areas

Smart Phones

Pervasive Computing

Mobile Operating Systems

Sensor Networks

Mobile Operating Systems - PEDS December 2009

interesting questions for peds
Interesting Questions for PEDS

How does this change design of these Mobile Operating Systems?

How should we react with respect to research opportunities?

How should we adjust our curriculum at the undergraduate and graduate levels?

Mobile Operating Systems - PEDS December 2009

android wikipedia
Android {Wikipedia}

Android is a mobile operating system running on the Linux kernel. It was initially developed by Android Inc., a firm later purchased by Google, and lately by the Open Handset Alliance.[3] It allows developers to write managed code in the Java language, controlling the device via Google-developed Java libraries.[4]

Mobile Operating Systems PEDS December 2009

mobile os
Mobile OS

A Mobile operating system or a Handheld operating system, is the operating system that controls a mobile device—similar in principle to an operating system such as Linux or Windows that controls a desktop computer.

They are currently somewhat simpler, and deal more with the wireless versions of broadband and local connectivity, mobile multimedia formats, and different input methods.

Mobile Operating Systems PEDS December 2009

comparing mobile oss
Comparing Mobile OSs

“In my thesis I will compare these operating systems both qualitatively and quantitatively. The qualitative analysis will focus on the different features the operating systems offer to enhance quality attributes that are important for ubiquitous computing applications.

The most important quality attributes that have been listed in the table below, together with the most important operating systems.”

Mobile Operating Systems PEDS December 2009

comparing mobile oss8
Comparing Mobile OSs

“TinyOS is not a mobile OS, but will be included in the comparison because it’s a candidate OS for the SM4ALL project and has in theory several interesting features that make it suitable for this application.”

Mobile Operating Systems PEDS December 2009

battery life
Battery Life

Carmi Levy Published November 30, 2009

“Then she told me about battery life, and suddenly things weren\'t so lovely. Her device lasts for about three hours of consistent use before she needs to plug in. Granted, she admits she\'s a heavy user, often hammering away at her device as incessantly as most of us use a regular desktop or laptop computer during a typical work session.”

Mobile Operating Systems - PEDS December 2009

smart phone support for bluetooth body sensors
Smart Phone Support for Bluetooth Body Sensors
  • Technologies are coming together here!
  • Sensors and phones are being networked together in a variety of applications.

Mobile Operating Systems - PEDS December 2009

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