Accepted Papers

  • Richard Lomotey and Ralph Deters. Services Brokerage for Ubiquitous Cloud Computing
  • Youcong Ni and Bei Chen. A Framework for iOS Application Development
  • Ville Antila, Giuseppe Ghiani and Jussi Polet. Towards Intelligent Migration of User Interfaces
  • Biljana Stojkoska. Distributed Decision Making in WSN using Fuzzy Logic Reasoning
  • Luis Corral, Alberto Sillitti and Giancarlo Succi. Agile Software Development Processes for Mobile Systems: Accomplishment, Evidence and Evolution
  • Javier Martín de Valmaseda, Georgia Ionescu and Michel Deriaz. TrustPos Model: Trusting in Mobile Users’ Location
  • Marco Manca, Fabio Paternò, Carmen Santoro and Lucio Davide Spano. Generation of Multi-Device Adaptive MultiModal Web Applications
  • Abdullah Almuaibid and Xumin Liu. An Efficient Interaction Framework for Mobile Web Services
  • Sawsan Alshattnawi. Utilizing Cloud Computing in Developing a Mobile Location-aware Tourist Guide System
  • Dimitrios Zissis, Dimitrios Lekkas and Panayiotis Koutsabasis. Design and Development Guidelines for Real-Time, Geospatial Mobile Applications: Lessons from ‘MarineTraffic’
  • Lucio Davide Spano and Gianni Fenu. Circlebook: Visual Display of Friend Proximity
  • Vasileios Yfantis, Konstantina Vassilopoulou, Adamantia Pateli and Abel Usoro. The influential factors of M-government’s adoption in the developing countries
  • Isaias Da Rosa and David Lamas. Mobile and federated access to DSpace-based digital libraries
  • Bahar Sateli, Gina Cook and René Witte. Smarter Mobile Apps through Integrated Natural Language Processing Services
  • Geerish Suddul, Nimal Nissanke and Nawaz Mohamudally. An Effective Approach to Parse SOAP Messages on Mobile Clients
  • Mariusz Wisniewski, Gianluca Demartini, Apostolos Malatras and Philippe Cudré-Mauroux. NoizCrowd: A Crowd-Based Data Gathering and Management System for Noise Level Data
  • Achour Fatma, Jedidi Anis and Gargouri Faiez. A Two-Leveled Semantic Web Service Description of The Pervasive Information System
  • Theophilos Phokas, Hariton Efstathiades, George Pallis and Marios Dikaiakos. Feel The World: A Mobile Framework for Participatory Sensing
  • Thomas Graf, Sebastian Zickau and Axel Küpper. Enabling Location-based Services on Stationary Devices using Smartphone Capabilities
  • Vikash Kumar, Joachim Zeiss and Marco Happenhofer. Rule Based Preferential Context Sharing in Location Aware Mobile Advertising
  • Tim Skelley, Abdallah Namoun and Nikolay Mehandjiev. The Impact of a Mobile Information System on Changing Travel Behaviour and Improving Travel Experience
  • Omar Soliman, Abdelmounaam Rezgui, Hamdy Soliman and Najib Manea. Mobile Cloud Gaming: Issues and Challenges
  • Muneer Bani Yassein and Maryan Yatim. Optimal Personal Area Network Coordinator Placement in Grid Topology
  • Tor-Morten Grønli, Gheorghita Ghinea and Muhammad Younas. A Light-Weight Architecture for the Web-of- Things

Accepted demonstrations
  • Feidias Ioannides, Georgia Kapitsaki and Nearchos Paspallis. Professor2Student - connecting supervisors and students
  • John Haniotis, Kyriakos-Ioannis Kyriakou and Nikolaos Tselikas. Proximity: a real-time, location aware social web application built with node.js and AngularJS
  • Michael Fellmann, Deniz Özcan, Michel Matijacic, Gerald Däuble, Michael Schlicker, Oliver Thomas and Markus Nüttgens. Towards a Mobile Technical Customer Service Support Platform
  • Vangel Ajanovski. A Personal Mobile Academic Adviser





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