NSTA has progressed to a fully fledged prototype. It now outputs the node position and the connections in the logical graph. Shall do some message browsing and a quick propogation algorithm and release it for you viewing displeasure!
Francois, Hugo and myself have almost finished writing the paper summing up our work on PAMPA for the last 2 years. We shall be submitting to the International Workshop on Middleware for Pervasive, Mobile and Embedded Computing, at Middleware 2009 in Illinois, USA.
I have also been working on making my NS-2 trace anaylser package ready to be released and making a small example program to use. Hopefully shall be released soon. Shall open it and SourceForge it once it is ready.
Well the talk in Glasgow went great, and I managed to receive a grant to visit the university of lisbon for a week in the summer to continue my research.
I managed to find some interesting results and managed to create a small java application to view my results visually.
It came out quite nice, and as such I have plenty of interesting avenues of new research for next year, including a new radio propagation method that takes into account buildings. It would help urban scenarios imensely.
Well I’ve just been told I have to give a 15 min presentation on my research at this years MiNeMa workshop in Glasgow. Thats fine but as I’m only in my second year … I think my hair may fall out.
I will be giving a presentation on a modified broadcast algorithm for use in Mobile Adhoc Networks.
Hope every one enjoys it!
Also, John Hardy, Steve Wattam and myself quickly prototyped a Trilateration program for use with bluetooth devices. If any one is interested in the code, or on a more robust implementation, please contact me.