Chris Nicholas | 11 Feb 21:15 2016
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Re: newbie setup; 1/2 duplex modem networking

Hi - I just installed the Debian packages on my MAC VirtualBox, and getting psyched to build and install the examples on an Atmega 256, and order the right low-power radio stuff to get collection tree protocol working.

I really want to try to port that to run over HAM radio at ~1200 baud FSK 1/2 duplex ... does that sound feasible?

Any words of wisdom, caution, etc on how best to go about this greatly appreciated.  And anyone here in the SF Bay/East Bay area that might be available for a visit in 'high def' just to get my toolchain working, that can be bribed with their favorite beer or otherwise, sought as well...

thanks!
Chris
<div><div>
<div>Hi - I just installed the Debian packages on my MAC VirtualBox, and getting psyched to build and install the examples on an Atmega 256, and order the right low-power radio stuff to get collection tree protocol working.<br>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>I really want to try to port that to run over HAM radio at ~1200 baud FSK 1/2 duplex ... does that sound feasible? <br>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div dir="ltr">Any words of wisdom, caution, etc on how best to go about this greatly appreciated.&nbsp; And anyone here in the SF Bay/East Bay area that might be available for a visit in 'high def' just to get my toolchain working, that can be bribed with their favorite beer or otherwise, sought as well...</div>
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<div dir="ltr">thanks!</div>
<div dir="ltr">Chris<br>
</div>
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Ghada Jaber | 11 Feb 10:30 2016
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PIR sensor on Tmote Sky

Hello 
I am trying to integrate a digital PIR sensor on a Tmote Sky. I've programmed 
the sensors on Tiny Os and i chose the expansion 7 for the digital PIR but i didn't get a signal
of detection from the PIR.
Did any one worked on this before ? 
Thank you
Best regards
 
Ghada Jaber
Doctorante à l'UPS
Tel : +33785681703
email : jaberghada <at> yahoo.fr
Skype : ghada.jaber90
<div><div>
<div><span>Hello&nbsp;</span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span>I am trying to integrate a digital PIR sensor on a Tmote Sky. I've programmed&nbsp;</span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span>the sensors on Tiny Os and i&nbsp;chose the expansion 7 for the digital PIR but i didn't get a signal</span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span>of detection from the PIR.</span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span>Did any one worked on this before ?&nbsp;</span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span>Thank you</span></div>
<div dir="ltr"><span>Best regards</span></div>
<div></div>
<div>&nbsp;</div>
<div class="signature"><span>Ghada Jaber <br>Doctorante &agrave; l'UPS<br>Tel : +33785681703<br>email : jaberghada <at> yahoo.fr<br>Skype : ghada.jaber90</span></div>
</div></div>
Hossein Fotouhi | 5 Feb 09:33 2016
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3rd EAI International Conference on IoT Technologies for HealthCare (HealthyIoT) in October 2016, VÄSTERÅS, SWEDEN

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3rd EAI International Conference on IoT Technologies for HealthCare (HealthyIoT)

OCTOBER 18–19, 2016 | VÄSTERÅS, SWEDEN

Scope:

HealthyIoT 2016 is the third one of an international scientific event series dedicated to Internet of Things and Healthcare. The Internet of Things, as a set of existing and emerging technologies, notions and services, can provide many solutions to delivery of electronic healthcare, patient care and medical data management. HealthyIoT aims to bring together technology experts, researchers, industry and international authorities contributing towards the assessment, development and deployment of healthcare solutions based on IoT technologies, standards and procedures.

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Highlights:

· The event is endorsed by the European Alliance for Innovation, a leading community-based organization devoted to the advancement of innovation in the field of ICT.

· All accepted papers will be published by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library, one of the world's largest scientific libraries.

· Proceedings are submitted for inclusion to the leading indexing services: Elsevier (EI), Thomson Scientific (ISI), Scopus, Crossref, Google Scholar, DBLP.

· The conference will include a number of supporting workshops (a call for workshops will be made).

----------------------

Topics:

· Wearable Sensor Systems

· Medical and Sensor Data Stream Processing

· Signal Processing and Analysis

· Machine Learning for Signal Processing

· Emerging eHealth IoT Applications

· Network Communications for Health Sensor Data

· Quantified Self Devices & Technologies

· Processing of Quantified Self Data

· Cloud Technologies for Healthcare 

· Intelligent Data Processing and Predictive Algorithms in eHealth

· Smart Homes and Smart Caring Environments

· Telemedicine Applications

· The Smartphone as a HealthyThing

· Wellness and Health Management Applications

· Data Mining of Health Data on the Cloud

· Medical and Sensor Data Stream Processing

· Security, Safety and Privacy in eHealth and IoT

· Interoperability and Standardization Issues in IoT and Healthcare

· Network Communications for Health Monitoring

· Mobile Sensing and Smartphone Sensing

· Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks

· Sensor Network Operating Systems and Resource Management

----------------------

Important Dates:

Full paper submission deadline: 10 May 2016

Notification deadline: 10 June 2016

Camera-ready deadline: 30 July 2016

----------------------

General Chair: Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Technical Program Chair and Co-Chairs:

Antonio J. Jara, Institute of Information Systems, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO), Switzerland

Stefania Montani, DISIT - Computer Science Institute

Shahina Begum, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Diego Gachet Páez, Universidad Europea de Madrid, Spain

Local Chairs:

Hossein Fotouhi, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Aida Causevic, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Workshops Chair: Aida Causevic, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Sponsorship and Exhibit Chairs:

Kristina Lukacova, European Alliance for Innovation, Slovakia

Therese Jagestig Bjurquist, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Publications Chairs:

Wasim Raad, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

Shahina Begum, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Publicity & Social Media Chair: Hossein Fotouhi, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Web Chair: Shaibal Barua, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Advisors:

Maria Lindén, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Mats Björkman, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Conference Manager: Radka Čížová, European Alliance for Innovation, Slovakia

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<p class="">================================================================</p>
<p class="">[Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this
message]</p>
<p class="">================================================================</p>
<p class="">3rd EAI International Conference on IoT Technologies
for HealthCare (<a href="http://healthyiot.org/2016/show/home"><span>HealthyIoT</span></a>)</p>
<p class="">OCTOBER 18&ndash;19, 2016 | V&Auml;STER&Aring;S, SWEDEN</p>
<p class="">Scope:</p>
<p class="">HealthyIoT 2016 is the third one of an international
scientific event series dedicated to Internet of Things and Healthcare. The
Internet of Things, as a set of existing and emerging technologies, notions and
services, can provide many solutions to delivery of electronic healthcare,
patient care and medical data management. HealthyIoT aims to bring together
technology experts, researchers, industry and international authorities
contributing towards the assessment, development and deployment of healthcare
solutions based on IoT technologies, standards and procedures.</p>
<p class="">----------------------</p>
<p class="">Highlights:</p>
<p class="">&middot; The event is endorsed by the&nbsp;<a href="http://eai.eu/"><span>European Alliance for
Innovation</span></a>, a leading community-based organization devoted to the
advancement of innovation in the field of ICT.</p>
<p class="">&middot; All accepted papers will be published by Springer and
made available through SpringerLink Digital Library, one of the world's largest
scientific libraries.</p>
<p class="">&middot; Proceedings are submitted for inclusion to the leading
indexing services: Elsevier (EI), Thomson Scientific (ISI), Scopus, Crossref,
Google Scholar, DBLP.</p>
<p class="">&middot; The conference will include a number of supporting
workshops (a call for workshops will be made).</p>
<p class="">----------------------</p>
<p class="">Topics:</p>
<p class="">&middot; Wearable Sensor Systems</p>
<p class="">&middot; Medical and Sensor Data Stream Processing</p>
<p class="">&middot; Signal Processing and Analysis</p>
<p class="">&middot; Machine Learning for Signal Processing</p>
<p class="">&middot; Emerging eHealth IoT Applications</p>
<p class="">&middot; Network Communications for Health Sensor Data</p>
<p class="">&middot; Quantified Self Devices &amp; Technologies</p>
<p class="">&middot; Processing of Quantified Self Data</p>
<p class="">&middot; Cloud Technologies for Healthcare&nbsp;</p>
<p class="">&middot; Intelligent Data Processing and Predictive Algorithms
in eHealth</p>
<p class="">&middot; Smart Homes and Smart Caring Environments</p>
<p class="">&middot; Telemedicine Applications</p>
<p class="">&middot; The Smartphone as a HealthyThing</p>
<p class="">&middot; Wellness and Health Management Applications</p>
<p class="">&middot; Data Mining of Health Data on the Cloud</p>
<p class="">&middot; Medical and Sensor Data Stream Processing</p>
<p class="">&middot; Security, Safety and Privacy in eHealth and IoT</p>
<p class="">&middot; Interoperability and Standardization Issues in IoT and
Healthcare</p>
<p class="">&middot; Network Communications for Health Monitoring</p>
<p class="">&middot; Mobile Sensing and Smartphone Sensing</p>
<p class="">&middot; Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks</p>
<p class="">&middot; Sensor Network Operating Systems and Resource
Management</p>
<p class="">----------------------</p>
<p class="">Important Dates:</p>
<p class="">Full paper submission deadline:&nbsp;10 May 2016</p>
<p class="">Notification deadline:&nbsp;10 June 2016</p>
<p class="">Camera-ready deadline:&nbsp;30 July 2016</p>
<p class="">----------------------</p>
<p class="">General Chair: Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, M&auml;lardalen University,
Sweden</p>
<p class="">Technical Program Chair and Co-Chairs:</p>
<p class="">Antonio J. Jara, Institute of Information Systems,
University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO), Switzerland</p>
<p class="">Stefania Montani, DISIT - Computer Science Institute</p>
<p class="">Shahina Begum, M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Diego Gachet P&aacute;ez, Universidad Europea de Madrid, Spain</p>
<p class="">Local Chairs:</p>
<p class="">Hossein Fotouhi, M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Aida Causevic, M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Workshops Chair: Aida Causevic, M&auml;lardalen University,
Sweden</p>
<p class="">Sponsorship and Exhibit Chairs:</p>
<p class="">Kristina Lukacova, European Alliance for Innovation,
Slovakia</p>
<p class="">Therese Jagestig Bjurquist, M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Publications Chairs:</p>
<p class="">Wasim Raad, King Fahd University of Petroleum &amp;
Minerals</p>
<p class="">Shahina Begum, M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Publicity &amp; Social Media Chair: Hossein Fotouhi,
M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Web Chair: Shaibal Barua, M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Advisors:</p>
<p class="">Maria Lind&eacute;n, M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Mats Bj&ouml;rkman, M&auml;lardalen University, Sweden</p>
<p class="">Conference Manager: Radka &#268;&iacute;&#382;ov&aacute;, European Alliance for
Innovation, Slovakia</p>
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<p class="">

</p>
<p class="">&nbsp;</p>
</div></div>
Saeed Ektesabi | 28 Jan 12:17 2016
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Is it possible to set the TOS_NODE_ID of a component in the implementation?

Hello,
I want to know if is it possible to set the node id of a module in the implementation code?

for example,I have a central node that connects to 4 other peripheral nodes that have the same implementation but their node id has to be different,is it possible to set the node id from the configuration of the central node when I'm instantiating the other generic peripheral nodes?
<div><div dir="ltr">
<div>
<div>Hello,<br>
</div>I want to know if is it possible to set the node id of a module in the implementation code?<br><br>
</div>for example,I have a central node that connects to 4 other peripheral nodes that have the same implementation but their node id has to be different,is it possible to set the node id from the configuration of the central node when I'm instantiating the other generic peripheral nodes?<br>
</div></div>
Saeed Ektesabi | 28 Jan 12:11 2016
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Fwd: Can you make Arrays of generic components?

Hello,
I want to know if is it possible to make an array of generic components in the configuration file like this:

components new MyGeneric()[3];

?

<div><div dir="ltr">Hello,<br><div class="gmail_quote">
<div dir="ltr">
<div>I want to know if is it possible to make an array of generic components in the configuration file like this:<br><br>
</div>components new MyGeneric()[3]; <br><br>?<br>
</div>
</div>
<br>
</div></div>
Ashikahmed Bhuiyan | 27 Jan 05:02 2016

Discard packets in TinyOS

Hello ,

Can anyone please help me about this problem or does have any suggestion ??

If two telosb motes send packet simultaneously to a receiver, how can the receiver can discard one packet and receive the other ??

Thanks in advance...

With Regards
Ashik Ahmed Bhuiyan
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Computer Science Department
<div><div dir="ltr"><div dir="ltr">
<div>
<div>
<div>Hello ,<br><br>
</div>Can anyone please help me 
about this problem or does have any suggestion ??<br><br>
</div>
<span>If two telosb motes send packet simultaneously to a receiver, how can the receiver can discard one packet and receive the other </span><span>??</span><br><br>
</div>Thanks in advance...<br><br>With Regards<br><span>Ashik Ahmed Bhuiyan<br><span><div>Missouri University of Science and Technology</div></span><div>Computer Science Department</div></span>
</div></div></div>
Ashikahmed Bhuiyan | 25 Jan 23:41 2016

Microsecond Accuracy in FTSP with telosb

Hi,

Can anyone please tell me how to achieve  Microsecond Accuracy in FTSP with telosb devices?

With Regards
Ashik Ahmed Bhuiyan
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Computer Science Department

<div><div dir="ltr">
<div>
<div>Hi,<br><br>
</div>Can anyone please tell me how to achieve&nbsp; Microsecond Accuracy in FTSP with telosb devices?<br><br>
</div>With Regards<br><span>Ashik Ahmed Bhuiyan<br><span><div>Missouri University of Science and Technology</div></span><div>Computer Science Department</div></span><br>
</div></div>
Ashikahmed Bhuiyan | 24 Jan 01:34 2016

Seeking Help For FTSP

Hello,

I am facing some problem interpreting the results of the testftsp application on tinyos 2.1.2. According to the readme.txt file, reported global times should be the same for all clients for the same sequence number. But i find there are some difference even for the same sequence number. Here i copied some reported data... I have used telosb devices

1453243022334 2 1745 82528565 0
1453243022385 1 1745 82517473 0

1453243039909 2 1757 82531181 0
1453243041028 1 1757 82531017 0

1453243041376 2 1758 82532358 0
1453243041495 1 1758 82532148 0

1453594664459 9 2581 5282682 0
1453594664464 6 2581 5285177 0

1453594691805 9 2595 5309369 0
1453594691809 6 2595 5313180 0


Does anyone have any idea why this can happen ? Any suggestion what can i do to make them same ? Thanks in Advance.

Sincerely,
Ashik Ahmed Bhuiyan
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Computer Science Department
<div><div dir="ltr"><div dir="ltr"><div dir="ltr"><div dir="ltr">
<div>Hello,<br><br>I am facing some problem interpreting the results of the testftsp application on tinyos 2.1.2. According to the readme.txt file, reported global
 times should be the same for all clients for the same sequence number. 
But i find there are some difference even for the same sequence number. 
Here i copied some reported data... I have used telosb devices<br><br>1453243022334 2 1745 82528565 0<br>1453243022385 1 1745 82517473 0<br><br>1453243039909 2 1757 82531181 0<br>1453243041028 1 1757 82531017 0<br><br>1453243041376 2 1758 82532358 0<br>1453243041495 1 1758 82532148 0<br><br>1453594664459 9 2581 5282682 0<br>1453594664464 6 2581 5285177 0<br><br>1453594691805 9 2595 5309369 0<br>1453594691809 6 2595 5313180 0<br><br><br>Does anyone have any idea why this can happen ? Any suggestion what can i do to make them same ? Thanks in Advance.<br><br>
Sincerely,<br>
</div>
<span>Ashik Ahmed Bhuiyan<br><span><div>Missouri University of Science and Technology</div></span><div>Computer Science Department</div></span>
</div></div></div></div></div>
Mattia Campana | 21 Jan 15:32 2016
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Call for Papers: IoP-W 2016 The first IFIP Internet of People Workshop (co-located with Networking 2016)

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            IFIP IoP-W 2016 - First IFIP Internet of People Workshop
                      co-located with IFIP Networking 2016
                          20 May 2016, Vienna, Austria

                         http://cnd.iit.cnr.it/iopw2016/

       ********  Abstract Submission Deadline: 23 February 2016  ********
       ********      Paper Submission Deadline: 1 March 2016     ********

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SCOPE AND OVERVIEW
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The massive penetration of Internet connectivity and devices with networking and
computing capabilities (such as "things" and personal users' devices) is pushing
a tighter and tighter convergence between the cyber world - of Internet
protocols, services and Apps - and the physical world, with continuous
interactions and mutual impact between these two worlds. According to an
"anti-Copernican" view, humans are put back at the centre of the "Internet
universe", whenever they are in the loop of cyber-world services. Applications,
middlewares, but even Internet services and network protocols are more and more
designed incorporating Human Individual and Social Behavioural (HISB) models.
This is particularly the case when users' personal devices are themselves the
network, or provide services to each other such as in mobile self-organising
networks, because devices become the "proxies" of their users in the cyber
world. Interestingly, similar approaches are also explored in Internet
technologies in developing scenarios, where users' participation is often
exploited as another resource for networking services. This vision, that we call
"the Internet of People" (IoP) generalises emerging concepts and technologies
such as IoT, which put the emphasis on the communication between "machines", and
adapt to the users' behaviour only as an afterthought. Designing IoP protocols,
services and applications thus requires a profound inter-disciplinary approach,
where "non-ICT disciplines" such as social sciences, cognitive sciences,
economics, complex network sciences, impact the way Internet algorithms are
conceived and defined. Note that other types of inter-disciplinary design
patterns i.e., bio-inspired approaches where non-human natural behaviours are
used as inspiration for network protocols and services, are out of scope.

This workshop aims to stimulate research following this view, and aggregate an
inter-disciplinary community of researchers around the concept of the Internet
of People. Specifically, we seek papers presenting IoP approaches, addressing
any layer of the canonical Internet stack or cross-layer combinations thereof,
where the human behaviour is at the centre of the design. Also, we welcome
submissions that analyse how the human behaviour is affected (and possibly
modified) by the use of Internet systems, and how the latter can be improved or
re-designed accordingly. The workshop will accept papers where quantitative
evidence is available or quantitative approaches are applied. Therefore, purely
methodological papers or qualitative analyses will be considered out of scope.
Papers proposing novel, thought provoking ideas, possibly presenting preliminary
results and analyses are also welcome. However, we do not call for position
papers.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following
- Networking IoP protocols based on HISB models
- Information-centric IoP protocols based on HISB models
- IoP services, service-composition and middleware solutions based on HISB models
- Online Social Network services based on HISB models
- Analysis and modelling of human behaviours in massively diffused Internet
  services, such as Online Social Networks
- Complex network approaches to IoP
- IoP protocols and services in developing regions
- Privacy, security and trust mechanisms for IoP based on HISB models
- QoE aspects in IoP
- Human-centric, inter-disciplinary IoP solutions for IoT scenarios
- Test and experimental results with IoP solutions
- Architecture, design and implementation of IoP protocols
- Modelling, analysis and characterisation of IoP solutions

For any additional information please visit the workshop website at
http://cnd.iit.cnr.it/iopw2016/, or contact the workshop chairs at
iopw2016 <at> iit <dot> cnr <dot> it

BEST PAPER AWARD
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IoP-W 2016 will grant a Best Paper Award sponsored by IFIP TC6. 

PAPER FORMAT AND SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
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Papers should neither have been published elsewhere nor being currently under
review by another conference or journal. Submitted papers must be no more than 6
pages (IEEE two-column format, 10pt). Papers will be reviewed single blind.

Please follow the submission link at:
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ifipiopw2016

Detailed submission information is available at
http://cnd.iit.cnr.it/iopw2016/submission.html

IoP-W adopts the IFIP TC Open Access policy. The IFIP DL (http://dl.ifip.org/)
is Open Access. IFIP holds papers copyright, and releases it freely to authors
for any use.

At least one author of each accepted paper is required to register and present
his/her work at the workshop.

EDITORIAL FOLLOW-UPS
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Extended versions of the selected workshop papers will be considered for
possible fast track publication on the Computer Communications Journal
(Elsevier), in a special section on Internet of People.

IMPORTANT DATES
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Abstract Registration:	23 February 2016
Submission Deadline:	1 March 2016
Authors Notification:	8 April 2016
Camera Ready Due:	22 April 2016
Workshop:		20 May 2016

WORKSHOP CO-CHAIRS
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Isabelle Chrisment, TELECOM Nancy, Universite' de Lorraine, France
Andrea Passarella, IIT-CNR, Italy
Ana Pont-Sanjuan, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

PUBLICITY CO-CHAIRS
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Mattia Campana, IIT-CNR, Italy
Yang Chen, Fudan University, China

PROGRAM COMMITTEE (To be completed)
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Jussara M. Almeida, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Valerio Arnaboldi, IIT-CNR, Italy
Guido Caldarelli, IMT of Lucca, Italy
Yang Chen, Fudan University, China
Marco Conti, IIT-CNR, Italy
Sajal K. Das, University of Missouri, USA
Jordi Domingo-Pascual, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain
Falko Dressler, University of Paderborn, Germany
Xiaoming Fu, University of Goettingen, Germany
Sabrina Gaito, University of Milan, Italy
Ahmed Helmy, University of Florida, USA
Pan Hui, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Adriana Iamnitchi, University of South Florida, USA
Claudia-Lavinia Ignat, Inria, France
Winfried Lamersdorf, University of Hamburg, Germany
Yong Li, Tsinghua University, China
Renato Lo Cigno, University of Trento, Italy
Paul Lukowicz, DFKI, Germany
Marco Mamei, University of Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Matteo Mordacchini, IIT-CNR, Italy
Melek Onen, EURECOM, France
Joerg Ott, TUM, Germany
Dino Pedreschi, University of Pisa, Italy
Dario Pompili, Rutgers University, USA
George Roussos, University of London, UK
Alessandra Sala, Bell Labs, Ireland
Nishanth Sastry, Kings College London, UK
Arjuna Sathiaseelan, University of Cambridge, UK
Siraj Shaikh, University of Coventry, UK
Valerie Shalin, Wright State University, USA
Burkhard Stiller, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Thorsten Strufe, University of Dresden, Germany
Martin Varela, VTT, Finland
Roger Whitaker, Cardiff University, UK
Antonino Masaracchia | 21 Jan 12:32 2016
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AOC 2016: IEEE WoWMoM Workshop on Autonomic and Opportunistic Communications

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                               CALL FOR PAPERS                              	
                    	Tenth IEEE WoWMoM Workshop on                       	
         	Autonomic and Opportunistic Communications (AOC 2016)          	
            	      June 21, 2016 - Coimbra, Portugal  
   	                http://cnd.iit.cnr.it/aoc2016

		     in conjunction with IEEE WoWMoM, 2016     
                           http://wowmom2016.uc.pt/
                 	

         	**** Submission Deadline --- March 10, 2016 ****             	

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SCOPE AND OVERVIEW

The recent proliferation of sensor-rich portable devices is enabling novel communication paradigms for
users and contributing to the implementation of the ubiquitous computing and networking vision.
Opportunistic networking represents a key communication paradigm for this vision. Either as a
standalone communication mode or as a complement to infrastructure-based communication,
opportunistic networking leverages the mobility of end users to enhance their ability to communicate in
the absence of reliable end-to-end connectivity. Opportunistic networking opens up many
possibilities but also poses countless new challenges. The goal of the AOC 2016 workshop is to serve as a
forum for researchers, professionals, application developers, and other experts from both academia
and industry to exchan
 ge new ideas, discuss new solutions, and share their experiences. As with previous editions, this year's
workshop is particularly interested in novel research directions, such as service co!
 mposition techniques, co-existence with infrastructure networks such solutions based on fog or edge
computing, and insights from complex network analysis applied to autonomic and opportunistic communications.

The workshop will solicit original papers addressing theoretical and practical aspects of autonomic and
opportunistic communications as well as papers describing prototype implementations and deployments.
Topics of interest for AOC 2016 include, but are not limited to:
- Techniques for data dissemination and replication
- Context and social awareness mechanisms and algorithms
- Autonomous and self-adaptive systems for smart cities
- Autonomous solutions for IoT and cyber-physical systems
- Solutions based on fog or edge computing
- Big data for autonomic and opportunistic systems
- Mobile social networking algorithms and applications
- Co-existence of opportunistic networks with infrastructure mobile wireless networks
- Mobility models and statistical analysis of mobility traces
- Service composition in autonomic and opportunistic networks
- Cognition-driven information processing and decision making
- Performance modelling, scaling laws, and fundamental limits for autonomic and opportunistic communications
- Participatory and urban sensing in autonomic and opportunistic networks
- Game-theoretic insights to the operation of autonomic and opportunistic networks
- Trust, security, and reputation
- Autonomic and opportunistic communication testbeds and prototypes, measurement data from real experiments
- Socio-economic models for autonomic and opportunistic communications
- SNA and graph modeling for autonomic and opportunistic networks
- Autonomic and opportunistic solutions for mobile cloud applications
- Applications and middleware support
- Routing, transport, and reliability issues

PAPER SUBMISSION AND PUBLICATION
--------------------------------

Submission will be managed electronically through EDAS (https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=21826).

Papers should neither have been published elsewhere nor being currently under review by another
conference or journal. Manuscripts are limited to 6 pages, single spacing, double column, and must
strictly adhere to the template format.
Accepted papers will appear in the symposium proceedings published by IEEE. There will be no separate
workshop registration, as one single registration will cover both conference and workshops
participation. At least one author of each accepted paper must register to the workshop and present
his/her work.

 
IMPORTANT DATES
---------------
Full papers due:	March 10, 2016
Notification:		April 15, 2016
Camera-ready:		April 29, 2016
Workshop:		June 21, 2016

ORGANISING COMMITTEE
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Workshop Co-Chairs 
     Michela Papandrea, SUPSI, Switzerland
     Matteo Zignani, University of Milan, Italy
     Valerio Arnaboldi, IIT, CNR, Italy

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Ashikahmed Bhuiyan | 20 Jan 00:16 2016

FTSP

Hello,

I am facing some problem interpreting the results of the testftsp application on tinyos 2.1.2. According to the readme.txt file, reported
global times should be the same for all clients for the same sequence number. But i find there are some difference even for the same sequence number. Here i copied some reported data...

1453243022334 2 1745 82528565 0
1453243022385 1 1745 82517473 0

1453243039909 2 1757 82531181 0
1453243041028 1 1757 82531017 0

1453243041376 2 1758 82532358 0
1453243041495 1 1758 82532148 0


Does anyone know why ? To make them same what can i do ? Thanks in Advance.

Sincerely,
--Ashik

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<div>Hello,<br><br>I am facing some problem interpreting the results of the testftsp application on tinyos 2.1.2. According to the readme.txt file, reported<br>global times should be the same for all clients for the same sequence number. But i find there are some difference even for the same sequence number. Here i copied some reported data...<br><br>1453243022334 2 1745 82528565 0<br>1453243022385 1 1745 82517473 0<br><br>1453243039909 2 1757 82531181 0<br>1453243041028 1 1757 82531017 0<br><br>1453243041376 2 1758 82532358 0<br>1453243041495 1 1758 82532148 0<br><br><br>Does anyone know why ? To make them same what can i do ? Thanks in Advance.<br><br>
Sincerely,<br>
</div>--Ashik<br><div><br></div>
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