Pascale Launay

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The aim of the Do! project is to ease the task of programming distributed applications using Java. In a rst step, the programmer writes his application as a shared-memory parallel program, by deening the components of the program; in a second step, the programmer deenes the component locations on distinct hosts; in a third step, our preprocessor transforms(More)
Online social networks have been adopted by a large part of the population, and have become in few years essential communication means and a source of information for journalists. Nevertheless, these networks have some drawbacks that make people reluctant to use them, such as the impossibility to claim for ownership of data and to avoid commercial analysis(More)
Disconnected mobile ad hoc networks (or D-MANETs) are partially or intermittently connected wireless networks in which instant end-to-end connectivity between any pair of mobile hosts is never guaranteed. Recent advances in delay/disruption-tolerant networking make it possible to support communication in such conditions, but designing and implementing(More)
Disconnected mobile ad hoc networks (or D-MANETs) are partially or intermittently connected wireless networks, in which continuous end-to-end connectivity between mobile nodes is not guaranteed. The ability to self-form and self-manage brings great opportunities for D-MANETs, but developing distributed applications capable of running in such networks(More)
Opportunistic networks are partially connected wireless ad hoc networks, in which pairwise unpredicted transient contacts between mobile devices are the only opportunities for these devices to exchange information or services. Ensuring the coordination of multiple parts of a distributed application in such conditions is a challenge. This paper presents a(More)