EasyHarvest: Supporting the deployment and management of sensing applications on smartphones
In this paper we present a first prototype of the EasyHarvest framework, which aims to simplify the deployment and controlled execution of large-scale sensing applications on smartphones. On the one hand, application owners submit to a server sensing tasks for distribution on smartphones, and collect the data produced by them in a simple manner. On the other hand, smartphone owners control the execution of sensing tasks on their devices through a single interface, without having to repeatedly download, install and configure individual sensing applications. The interaction between the smartphone and the server occurs in a transparent way, with tolerance to intermittent connectivity and support for disconnected operation. © 2014 IEEE.
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