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Middleware for Mobile Computing

Description

Main Instructor : Jean-Yves Tigli Email: tigli@polytech.unice.fr Web : http://www.polytech.unice.fr/~tigli

Instructors : Jean-Yves Tigli, Michel Riveill, Gaetan Rey , Stéphane Lavirotte, Jonathan Bardin and Didier Donsez (UJF - IMAG), Nicolas Ferry (TA), Vincent Hourdin (TA).

Evaluation (one of the following) :

  • Writing a scientific paper on a research topic of the domain,
  • Writing a journalistic paper on a technological topic of the domain,
  • Designing and developing software for ubiquitous computing applications in the continuation of the practical works of this master course.

Duration : This module is separated in two parts :

  • The first part : 8 half-days (8 weeks) is a main module for SI5 and IFI. In this first part, we adress the recent evolution of frameworks and middlewares to be extendable in response to the heterogeneity and interroperability problem.
  • The second part : 8 half-days (8 weeks) is a main module for SI5 and IFI but also for UbiNet master students. In this second part, we adress especially new research challenges in middleware for ubiquitous computing and the recent trends.

Summary

Ubiquitous computing names the third wave in computing, just now beginning. First were mainframes, each shared by lots of people. Now we are in the personal computing era, person and machine staring uneasily at each other across the desktop. Next comes ubiquitous computing, when technology recedes into the background of our lives. Alan Kay of Apple calls this “Third Paradigm” computing. Friedemann Mattern, explains this trend from four technological reasons: miniaturization of devices, new materials, progress in communication technologies and better sensors. Anyway, ubiquitous computing introduces new challenges in the software engineering domain leading to numerous innovations for middlewares. After introducing such challenges, we cut the course in two parts.

The first part : 8 half-days (8 weeks) is a main module for SI5 and IFI. In this first part, we adress the recent evolution of frameworks and middlewares to be extendable in response to the heterogeneity and interroperability problem.

  • The second part : 8 half-days (8 weeks) is a main module for SI5 and IFI but also for UbiNet master students. In this second part, we adress especially new research challenges in middleware for ubiquitous computing and the recent trends.

Finally, student personnal works are presented in a final public session.

Weekly Course Outline

  • IEEE Pervasive Computing Magazine
  • UbiComp: International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing
  • PerCom: IEEE Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications
  • Pervasive: International Conference on Pervasive Computing
  • MobiSys: International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services
  • EUSAI: European Symposium on Ambient Intelligence
  • MobiCom: ACM Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking
  • MobiHoc: ACM International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing
  • SenSys: The ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems

Course Materials

Session 1

Course Slides
Practical Course Documents

Session 2

Course Slides JNI
Practical Course Documents
Other links

Session 3 J2ME

Course Slides

Session 4 J2ME

Practical Course Documents

Session 5 Compact .Net Framework

Course Slides
Practical Course Documents
Other links

Session 6 Android

Session 7 OSGi

Course Slides
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