ECE 434 - Mobile Computing & Application
Last offered Spring 2021
Introduction to cross-disciplinary ideas and techniques in mobile computing, with an emphasis on how they can be composed to build systems and applications on smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices. Topics of interest include smartphone sensing, energy efficiency, indoor localization, augmented reality, context-awareness, gesture recognition, and data analytics. Various techniques and methods utilized to combine them into functional systems, propose a new system, define the underlying problems, and solve them end to end. Course Information: Same as CS 434. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: ECE 391, CS 241, or ECE 310.