8 March 2005 Wi-fi walkman: a wireless handheld that shares and recommends music on peer-to-peer networks
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The Wi-Fi walkman is a mobile multimedia application that we developed to investigate the technological and usability aspects of human-computer interaction with personalized, intelligent and context-aware wearable devices in peer-to-peer wireless environments such as the future home, office, or university campuses. It is a small handheld device with a wireless link that contains music content. Users carry their own walkman around and listen to music. All this music content is distributed in the peer-to-peer network and is shared using ad-hoc networking. The walkman naturally interacts with the users and users’ interest with each other in a peer-to-peer environment. Without annoying interactions, it can learn the users’ music interest/taste and consequently provide personalized music recommendation according to the current situated context and user’s interest.
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Jun Wang, Marcel J.T. Reinders, Johan Pouwelse, Reginald L. Lagendijk, "Wi-fi walkman: a wireless handheld that shares and recommends music on peer-to-peer networks", Proc. SPIE 5683, Embedded Processors for Multimedia and Communications II, (8 March 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.588509; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.588509
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