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-* +=== Publications === 
-**Mobile Data Collection using the Ohmage Platform for Instruction**, MMWCOND 2014Sep 2014+ 
 +  * **Ohmage: a General and Extensible End-to-End Participatory Sensing ​Platform**, H. Tangmunarunkit,​ C.K. Hsieh, B. Longstaff, S. Nolen, J. Jenkins, C. Ketcham, J. Selsky, F. Alquaddoomi,​ D. George, J. Kang,  Z. Khalapyan, J. Ooms, N. Ramanathan, D. Estrin, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST), Volume 6 Issue 3, April 2015 ([[http://​web.ohmage.org/​~hongsudt/​pub/​TIST-a38-tangmunarunkit.pdf|pdf]],​[[http://​dl.acm.org/​citation.cfm?​doid=2764959.2717318|ACM Digital Library]] ). An earlier version is in UCLA CS Technical Report 140015 ([[http://​web.ohmage.org/​~hongsudt/​pub/​ohmage_ucla_140015.pdf|pdf]]). 
 +  * **Lifestreams:​ a modular sense-making toolset ​for identifying important patterns from everyday life**, Cheng-Kang Hsieh, Hongsuda Tangmunarunkit,​ Faisal Alquaddoomi,​ John Jenkins, Jinha Kang, Cameron Ketcham, ​ Brent Longstaff, Joshua Selsky, Dallas Swendeman, Deborah Estrin, Nithya RamanathanACM Sensys 2013. ([[http://​web.ohmage.org/​~hongsudt/​pub/​Lifestreams-Sensys2013.pdf|pdf]])
  
-[[http://​web.ohmage.org/​~hongsudt/​slides/​Mobilize_mmwcon_2014_HT.pdf|pdf]],​ [[http://​web.ohmage.org/​~hongsudt/​slides/​Mobilize_mmwcon_2014_HT.pptx|pptx]] 
  
-//​abstract://​ Participatory Sensing (PS) is a distributed data collection and analysis approach where individuals,​ acting alone or in groups, use their personal mobile devices t 
-o systematically explore interesting aspects of their lives and communities. Ohmage (http://​ohmage.org) is a modular and extensible open-source,​ mobile to web part 
-icipatory sensing platform that records, stores, analyzes, and visualizes data from both prompted self-report and continuous data streams. These data streams are a 
-uthorable and can be dynamically deployed in diverse settings. Ohmage has been used as an enabling platform in over 20 independent projects in many disciplines. In 
- this talk, we present the ohmage architecture and how it has been applied to provide an innovative teaching and learning environment for LA Unified School Distric 
-t under the NSF-funded Mobilize Project (mobilizingcs.org). ​ 
  
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