Francesco Liberati

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This paper presents a data sink node election algorithm for multi-hop Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) with multiple data sink nodes. For energy-saving considerations, these nodes should be evenly (spatially) distributed on the network area. To achieve this objective, it proposed a distributed and iterative algorithm , which periodically reassigns the data(More)
—In this paper a rationale for the deployment of Future Internet based applications in the field of Electric Vehicles (EVs) smart charging is presented. The focus is on the Connected Device Interface (CDI) Generic Enabler (GE) and the Network Information and Controller (NetIC) GE, which are recognized to have a potential impact on the charging control(More)
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—This paper presents a real time distributed control strategy for electric vehicles charging covering both drivers and grid players' needs. Computation of the charging load curve is performed by agents working at the level of each single vehicle, with the information exchanged with grid players being restricted to the chosen load curve and energy price(More)