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[–]davidchu 1 point2 points ago* 

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[–]ConferenceQA 1 point2 points ago

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Justin from MIT: Why did everything go in the kernel?

Answer: It depends on the OS. Windows OS doesn't allow a random application to launch another random application.

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Emiliano Miluzzo, AT&T Research: What is particular about mobile that you can exploit? Can you look at fine-grained location information?

Answer: That level of detail is for future work.

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From Max Planck: Would pre-launching slow down launch for the first app?

Answer: It can if the application is compute intensive, but in practice very few application are.

Did you see why apps were taking so long to launch in first place?

Answer: yes, some contribution from artifacts of Window phones, e.g., loading from stable storage, and some fundamental. Will discuss offline.

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Jason Flynn, Michigan: How long does an app persist in memory?

Answer: Just as long as a regular app would

Why would you exceed 2% energy?

Answer: Recall you get significant benefit if you incorporate changes in location. The session trigger does change in short time scales. Need to run prelaunch routine multiple times.

Couldn't you figure in fact that app is already running in cost benefit analysis?

Answer: Yes.

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From Yahoo! Research: What about recommendation systems?

Answer: Related. Not the same problem.