Françoise Sailhan

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Mobile Ad hoc NETworks (MANETs) conveniently complement infrastructure-based networks, allowing mobile nodes to spontaneously form a network and share their services, including bridging with other networks, either infrastructure-based or ad hoc. However, distributed service provisioning over MANETs requires adequate support for service discovery and(More)
Enabling the ambient intelligence vision means that consumers will be provided with universal and immediate access to available content and services, together with ways of effectively exploiting them. Concentrating on the software system development aspect, this means that the actual implementation of any ambient intelligence application requested by a user(More)
Terminal’s latency, connectivity, energy and memory are the main characteristics of today’s mobile environments whose performance may be improved by caching. In this paper, we present an adaptive scheme for mobile Web data caching, which accounts for congestion of the wireless network and energy limitation of mobile terminals. Our main design objective is(More)
Mobile ad hoc networks (MANET) offer a convenient basis toward realization of pervasive computing, due to its ease of deployment and inherent support for anytime, anywhere network access for mobile users. However, the development of applications over such networks is faced by the challenge of network dynamics attributed to node mobility and the scalability(More)
Today's wireless networks and devices support the dynamic composition of mobile distributed systems, according to device connectivity. This has in particular led to the introduction of a number of supporting middleware. However, such solutions need to be complemented with adequate modeling and verification support towards enforcing the correctness of the(More)
The explosion in the instrumentation of our environment is driving the need for developing sensor networks that not only observe and measure but that also show a high-level of fault tolerance. Towards this goal, we identify faults and key challenges related to the development and deployment of self-managing dependable sensor networks, on the account of two(More)
The ongoing work presented in this paper is aimed at bringing self-configuration capabilities into next generation radio access networks. We present the main concepts and architecture of our prototype. We also introduce briefly a novel strategy for foreseeing the outcome of enforcing policies integrating behaviour discovery techniques and finite state(More)
The tremendous growth in ubiquity and diversity of wireless networks render the exploitation of highly heterogeneous next generation networks more challenging. This complexity is compounded by the highly dynamic nature of many of these network types and exacerbates the demands on the network management system to ensure robust service delivery. Various(More)