Armir Bujari

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Peer-to-Peer (P2P) overlay networks and Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) share many key characteristics such as self-organization and decentralization; they also face the crucial challenge of providing connectivity in a decentralized, dynamic environment. However, when considering ad-hoc networks composed by mobile devices such as smartphones, we cannot rely(More)
Sensor-enabled smartphone's have become a mainstream platform for researchers due to their ability to collect and process large quantities of data, hence creating new opportunities for innovative applications. Yet, the limits in employing sensors to opportunistically detect human behaviors are not clear and deserve investigation. To this purpose, in this(More)
Mobile phones have already evolved from simple voice communication means into a powerful device able to handle multimedia documents, personal productivity applications, and all sort of connections to the Internet. It is hence expected to see a popular application such as file sharing to become widely utilized even in this context. Indeed, the combination(More)
Infrastructure networks like Internet have some coverage gaps (e.g. rural areas) where no service connectivity is provided. Cellular networks could be used in alternative but they usually associate their services with a usage cost. Nowadays, the growing number of mobile devices equipped with a wireless interface and the end-user trend to shift toward(More)
The growing number of mobile devices equipped with a wireless interface and the end-user trend to shift toward wireless technology is opening new possibilities for networking. In particular, opportunistic communication embodies a feasible solution for environments with scarce or costly infrastructure-based connectivity. In this context we provide a(More)
In the era of the Internet of Everything, users with handheld or wearable devices equipped with sensing capability have become producers as well as consumers of information and services. The more powerful these devices get, the more likely it is that they will generate and share content locally, through ad hoc opportunistic connectivity, leading to the(More)
In this paper we discuss MDTN: a delay tolerant application platform built on top of the Public Transportation System (PTS) and providing service access while exploiting opportunistic connectivity. Our solution adopts a carrier-based approach where buses act as data collectors for user requests requiring Internet access. Simulations based on real maps and(More)