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Benjamin Finley
Department of Communications and Networking

Benjamin Finley

Postdoctoral Researcher

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Department of Communications and Networking

Publications

Department of Communications and Networking

Synthetic Smartphone Data Usage Modeling Through User Clustering

Publishing year: 2018 2018 IEEE 29th Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (IEEE PIMRC 2018)
Department of Communications and Networking

Mobile Device Type Substitution

Publishing year: 2018 PROCEEDINGS OF ACM ON INTERACTIVE, MOBILE, WEARABLE AND UBIQUITOUS TECHNOLOGIES
Department of Communications and Networking

Benefits of Mobile End User Network Switching and Multihoming

Publishing year: 2018 Computer Communications
Department of Communications and Networking, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT

Does network quality matter?

Publishing year: 2017 Pervasive and Mobile Computing
Department of Communications and Networking

Multidevice Mobile Sessions

Publishing year: 2017 Pervasive and Mobile Computing
Department of Communications and Networking

User Experience and Usage of Mobile Services in Novel Contexts

Publishing year: 2017
Department of Communications and Networking

Bottleneck Analysis of the Mobile Internet Diffusion in Emerging Markets

Publishing year: 2016 27th European Regional Conference of the International Telecommunications Society (ITS), Cambridge, United Kingdom, 7th - 9th September 2016
Department of Communications and Networking

Mobile Application Usage Concentration in a Multidevice World

Publishing year: 2016 Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications
Department of Communications and Networking

Exploring Empirical Rank-Frequency Distributions Longitudinally through a Simple Stochastic Process

Publishing year: 2014 PloS one