Marcelo Dias de Amorim

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A common assumption in intermittently-connected (or opportunistic) mobile networks is that any contact has enough capacity to transfer the required amount of data. Although such an assumption is reasonable for analytical purposes and when contents are small, it does not hold anymore when nodes produce contents that are larger than the capacity of a contact.(More)
Communication has always been a central activity in all societies. Therefore, there has been a continuous motivation to leverage and ease its development. More recently, devices aiming at mediating the user's attention have taken momentum acting both as a very personal and intimate user communication interface as well as the key to commerce with the user.(More)
With over 300 billion vehicle trips made in the United States and 64 billion in France per year, network operators have the opportunity to utilize the existing road and highway network as an alternative data network to offload large amounts of delay-tolerant traffic. To enable the road network as a large-capacity transmission system, we exploit the existing(More)
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