Daqing Zhang - Selected Publications#


1. Daqing Zhang, Hao Wang, Dan Wu, Toward Centimeter-Scale Human Activity Sensing with Wi-Fi Signals. IEEE Computer, pp. 48-57, 2017 (presents the Fresnel zone based sensing theory and provides the sensing limit of RF signals, among the popular papers in IEEE Computer in 2017 with 1950+ downloads)

2. Hao Wang, Daqing Zhang, et al., RT-Fall: A Real-time and Contactless Fall Detection System with Commodity WiFi Devices. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, pp. 511-526, 2017. ( first real-time WiFi-based fall detection system, among the popular papers in IEEE TMC for 2017 with 3,700+ downloads, 110+ citations according to Google Scholar.)

3. Hao Wang, Daqing Zhang, et al., Human Respiration Detection with Commodity WiFi Devices: Do User Location and Body Orientation Matter ?, in ACM UbiComp 2016, September, Heidelberg, Germany. (first work introducing the Fresnel zone model as a new theoretic basis for millimeter-scale human sensing with Wi-Fi signals, among the top 3 popular papers in ACM UbiComp 2016 with 1,400+ download and 110+ citations.)

4. Daqing Zhang, Leye Wang, Haoyi Xiong and Bin Guo. 4W1H in Mobile Crowd Sensing. IEEE Communications Magazine, pp. 42-48, 2014. (first work dividing the crowdsensing process into four-stages, 100+ citations according to Google Scholar)

5. Daqing Zhang, Haoyi Xiong, Leye Wang, Guanling Chen. CrowdRecruiter: selecting participants for piggyback crowdsensing under probabilistic coverage constraint, in ACM UbiComp 2014, Sept., Seattle, USA. (one of the earliest research in piggyback crowdsensing, 150+ citations according to Google Scholar)

6. Daqing Zhang, Nan Li, Zhi-hua Zhou, Chao Chen. iBAT: Detecting Anomalous Taxi Trajectories from GPS Traces, In ACM UbiComp 2011, Beijing, China, 2011 (first work on detecting anomalous driving patterns using taxi’s GPS traces, 170+ citations)

7. Daqing Zhang, Bin Guo, Zhiwen Yu: The Emergence of Social and Community Intelligence. IEEE Computer, Jan. 2011. (vision paper about “Social and community intelligence”, it opens up new research directions in crowdsourced data analytics, sparse crowd-sensing and contactless sensing, enlarges the scope of context-aware computing. 170+ citations)

8. Tao Gu, Hung Keng Pung, Daqing Zhang, "A Service-Oriented Middleware for Building Context-Aware Services", Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Jan. 2005. (presents SOCAM, the world’s first OWL/SOA-based context middleware. It is the most referenced context middleware since it was introduced in 2005, with 1110+ citations according to Google Scholar)

9. Xiaohang Wang, Daqing Zhang, et al., "Ontology Based Context Modeling and Reasoning using OWL", In Proceedings of CoMoRea, IEEE PerCom 2004, Florida, USA, March 2004. (The seminal work proposing the two-tier OWL-based context model CONON. Besides wining the first “Ten Years CoMoRea Impact Paper Award” in IEEE PerCom 2013 and having 2000+ citations resulted from two context model papers, CONON has been adopted by a large number of research projects)

10. Xiaohang Wang, Daqing Zhang, et al.,"Semantic Space: A Semantic Web Infrastructure for Smart Spaces", IEEE Pervasive Computing, July 2004. (This paper first coined the term “Semantic Space” in pervasive computing environments, it has been adopted as reference design for a great number of context middleware world-wide, with 400+ citations)

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