Data for Computing on Mobile devices and interoperation with
stationary sensors and other data services.
find and propose X number of papers to be read and discussed in class
the papers will be ranked by the class and myself and will be selected
based on the vote. I reserve the right to exclude anything that is unfit.
the papers will be read by ALL but the discussion will be led by one student.
Everyone will have to present/lead at least Y papers.
propose a project to the class and market it to the class. Z number of
projects will be selected and staffed to be carried out. Each student
must participate in one project.
This is a research course that requires active student
participation and involvement. Each student will
find 1-2 topics related to tracking, collecting,
and storing data for mobile devices executing asynchronously.
Data can be pulled, pushed or cached at various
devices that can be either stationary or mobile. Mobile devices
include sensors, GPS, RFID trackers, PDAs and any other device
that has CPU and storage. The content data and the delivery
requirements will be defined by the application.
Students will have to:
Grades will be based on
presentations, participation to the presentations, and making
questions and answers for the exams
The parameters X, Y, and Z to be determined by the number of participants.
READING FOR 9/13/2006
- MIT_mobicom06 - Leading the discussion Galileo
- Sensor Web - Leading the discussion Saket
- You are expected to propose papers to be discussed in class very soon.
The deadline (sic) is Sep 20!
READING FOR 9/20/2006
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READING FOR 10/18/2006
Heterogeneous Services for Next-Generation Wireless
- Leading the discussion Dan