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2020 Article Open Access OPEN

Game theory in mobile crowdsensing: A comprehensive survey
Dasari V. S., Kantarci B., Pouryazdan M., Foschini L., Girolami M.
Source: Sensors (Basel) 20 (2020). doi:10.3390/s20072055
DOI: 10.3390/s20072055

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2015 Other Unknown

SIDEMAN: Service Discovery Algorithm for Mobile Social Networks
Girolami M.
SIDEMAN is a service discovery algorithm that exploits human mobility patterns for the advertisement and discovery of services. SIDEMAN takes advantage of two aspects of daily human behaviour, namely that users visit periodically a restricted number of communities, and that users in the same community share interests for similar services.

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2012 Report Restricted

GiraffPlus - Technological component specifications
Lindén M., Gonzalez J., Melendez F., Orlandini A., Furfari F., Girolami M., Palumbo F., Von Rump S., Rocha S., Barry J., Karlsson L.
No availableSource: Project report, GiraffPlus, Deliverable D1.2, 2012
Project(s): GIRAFF+ via OpenAIRE

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2013 Other Unknown

universAAL Middleware [v. 2013-02-01]
Girolami M., Furfari F.
The universAAL middleware v1.0. The Mw provides basic communication capabilities for sending/receiving messages among distributed nodes. This implementation relies on SSDP ad peer discovery protocol and UPnP stack for the communications.Project(s): UNIVERSAAL via OpenAIRE

See at: github.com | CNR ExploRA


2018 Article Open Access OPEN

A Note on the Convergence of IoT, Edge, and Cloud Computing in Smart Cities
Fazio M. Ranjan R., Girolami M., Taheri J., Dustdar S., Villari M.
Source: IEEE cloud computing Online 5 (2018): 22–24. doi:10.1109/MCC.2018.053711663
DOI: 10.1109/MCC.2018.053711663

See at: ieeexplore.ieee.org Open Access | ISTI Repository Open Access | CNR ExploRA Open Access


2013 Report Restricted

universAAL - AAL Reference Architecture Requirements
Stocklöw C., Girolami M., Furfari F.
Specification of consolidated requirements coming from original projects and identification of new requirements not taken into account before. The deliverable will include: A consolidated version of Technical Requirements for AAL systems, a list of functional and non-functional requirements to be taken into account in the reference architecture and a glossary of Technical concepts.Source: Project report, UniversAAL, Deliverable D1.2-D, 2013
Project(s): UNIVERSAAL via OpenAIRE

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2015 Article Open Access OPEN

An integration gateway for sensing devices in smart environments
Girolami M., Furfari F., Chessa S.
Smart Environments, and in particular Smart Homes, have recently attracted the attention of many researchers and industrial vendors. The proliferation of low-power sensing devices requires integration gateways hiding the complexity of heterogeneous technologies. We propose a ZigBee integration gateway to access and integrate low-power ZigBee devices.Source: ERCIM news 32 (2015): 31–32.

See at: ercim-news.ercim.eu Open Access | CNR ExploRA Open Access


2016 Other Unknown

The indoor positioning service
Girolami M., Potortì F., Volpini F.
The indoor localization service is based on the fingerprint technique. The service is implemented with a set of REST-based services running on top of the OSGi framework. The service implements various algorithms for computing the position: Euclidean distance, K-mean Euclidean distance and k-mean Manhattan Distance-

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2014 Report Restricted

make it ReAAL - Platform official release A
Girolami M., Lenzi S., Potortì F., Ferro E., Gotta A., Riolo G., Fides A., Tazari S.
Official administrative representation of the first initial version of the platform software release. All links to the software are included and explained, and finally listed as references for quick use. The particularities and issues found while producing this initial release are explained and the set of planned releases (future versions of D2.3 and the intermediate ID2.2) is introduced.Source: Project report, ReAAL, Deliverable D2.3a, 2014
Project(s): ReAAL

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2011 Other Unknown

ZigBee for OSGi
Furfari F., Lenzi S., Girolami M.
Implementation of a set of OSGi bundles which allows the interaction with a ZigBee network at varius level. Proxies of ZigBee Network Devices are registered with the framework as OSGi Service (ZigBeeDevice service) thanks to the ZigBee Base Driver bundle. In turn ZigBeeDevice services may be refined into more specific OSGi Service. An implementation of a refinement architecture is provided for the ZigBee Home Automation Profile. Grant agreement247950 Tipo ProgettoEU_FP7Project(s): UNIVERSAAL via OpenAIRE

See at: CNR ExploRA | zb4osgi.aaloa.org


2014 Report Closed Access

ReaAL - Platform intermediate releases D2.2b
Girolami M., Lenzi S., Potortì F., Fides A.
This document is the second internal report (version B) describing the platform official release. It provides links to the software as well as a brief explanation about the management of the universAAL releases. This document has been prepared by reviewing the internal deliverable ID2.2a with updates concerning the release 3.2.0. Most of the contents have remained the same.Source: Project report, ReAAL, Deliverable D2.2b, 2014
Project(s): ReAAL

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2014 Report Restricted

ReaAL - Platform intermediate releases D2.2a
Girolami M., Lenzi S., Potortì F., Fides A.
This document is the first internal report (version A) describing the platform official release. It provides links to the software as well as a brief explanation about the management of the universAAL releases. This document has been prepared by reviewing the first release of D2.3-A..Source: Project report, ReAAL, Deliverable D2.2a, 2014
Project(s): ReAAL

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2017 Report Restricted

Technological aspects of the urban innovation project of the neighborhood "I Passi" in Pisa
Barsocchi P., Chessa S., Ferro E., Foschini L., Girolami M., Prencipe G.
This work describes the activities planned by CINI and CNR-ISTI for the urban innovation project of the neighborhood "I passi" in Pisa. Specifically, these activities fit three lines of intervention concerning the energy monitoring of a new co-housing building, measures for the assistance of elderly living in this co-housing structure, and a participatory sensing platform for the residents of the neighborhood.Source: ISTI Technical reports, 2017

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2019 Report Closed Access

Rapporto tecnico contenente i risultati ottenuti in merito allo studio di tecniche di crowd sourcing combinate con l'uso di droni
Cimino M. G. C. A, Gotta A., Chessa S., Del Vigna F., Dini G., Girolami M., La Manna M., Mavilia F., Perazzo P., Russo D., Saracino A., Varano D.
Descrizione del simulatore HUMSim utilizzato per la generazione di tracce sintetiche di mobilità pedestre Descrizione dell'analisi dei dati generati con HUMSim per l'utilizzo di droni al fine di raccogliere informazioni sensoriali in contesto urbanoSource: Project report, SCIADRO, 2019

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2013 Report Restricted

universAAL - universAAL execution environment, installation packages, hardware abstraction layer, generic platform services, AAL platform services and ontology artefacts
Furfari F., Girolami M., Lenzi S.
Software that enables easy setup and deployment of the universAAL execution environment. Provides a uniform way for AAL services to access the hardware layer. Software that is installed on top of the universAAL execution environment, adding generic AAL service functionality. AAL platform services are software that is installed on top of the universAAL execution environment and Generic Platform services, providing business level AAL service functionality. Ontology artefacts are software and documents that enable developers to use a shared view on the AAL concepts and information modelsSource: Project report, UniversAAL, Deliverable D2.1-D e D2.2-D, 2013
Project(s): UNIVERSAAL via OpenAIRE

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2008 Report Restricted

SAIL: a Sensor Abstraction and Integration Layer for Context Aware Architectures
Chessa S., Furfari F., Girolami M., Lenzi S.
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) are an important technological support for smart environments and ambient assisted applications. Up to now most applications are based on ad hoc solutions for WSN, and attempts to provide uniform and reusable application are still in their youth. Under this trend of research we propose a layered architecture called SAIL (Sensor Abstraction and Integration Layers) to be used in context aware architectures and aimed at integrating WSN as context information sources. In the proposed approach the applications running on WSN can be exposed using either a node centric or a data centric approach, and they are interfaced with different access technologies. SAIL is currently encapsulated within the OSGi framework and has been tested with a WSN platform based on MICAz motes.Source: ISTI Technical reports, 2008

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2011 Report Open Access OPEN

universAAL - Tools for design and development (including Transformation and generation tools, and Conformance tools) D3.1-A
Furfari F., Lenzi S., Girolami M., Stav E., Walderhaug S.
This deliverable provides tool support that facilitate software development base on the universAAL platform and reuse of universAAL components. The tools will enable developers to easily develop universAAL compliant AAL applications and reuse existing universAAL platform services that are shared within the developer community. This deliverable is primarily a software deliverable, but it also contains brief tool documentation for the tool users and tool design for tool developers (as described in the section structure of the deliverable).Source: Project report, UniversAAL, Deliverable D3.1-A, 2011
Project(s): UNIVERSAAL via OpenAIRE

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2012 Report Restricted

universAAL - Tools for design and development (including Transformation and generation tools, and Conformance tools)
Girolami M., Furfari F., Bacco M.
D3.1: An integrated development environment providing UML design editors and traditional code editors adapted to universAAL architecture and processes D3.2: A set of metamodels, transformation scripts and code generation scripts to be used in the tools from T3.1 D3.3: A set of plug-ins and configurations that can be loaded into the tools from T3.1 to validate design and execute tests required for universAAL conformanceSource: Project report, UniversAAL, Deliverable D3.1-C, 2012
Project(s): UNIVERSAAL via OpenAIRE

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2012 Conference object Restricted

A cost-based model for service discovery in smart environments
Girolami M., Furfari F., Chessa S.
This work proposes a novel algorithm for the service discovery [1, 2, 3] based on energy costs, in order to minimize the cost of accessing the services. We introduced the energy distance as the driving metric for the selection of the most energy efficient service, which is defined as the overall amount of energy consumed by all the devices involved in the service access. To this purpose we first propose a model for the ser- vice discovery in the Smart Environments [4](SE), then we propose the Cost-Based Discovery Algorithm (CoDA), which implements a strategy for the service selection minimizing the energy distance. CoDA has been evaluated in an experimental SE and compared with a different algorithm.Source: AmI 2012, Ambient Intelligence. Third International Joint Conference, pp. 397–402, Pisa, Italy, 13-15 November 2012
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-34898-3_33
Project(s): UNIVERSAAL via OpenAIRE

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2013 Report Restricted

People like us: a social-based service discovery protocol for smart environments
Girolami M., Barsocchi P., Chessa S., Furfari F.
This work proposes an efficient proactive service discovery protocol that leverages the social behavior and the mobility of the people. The protocol is based on the concept that the service discovery performance is strongly affected by the mobility of the users and by their behavior along the time. Indeed, people generally have significant contacts with others like themselves with similar interests, hence they could be interested on similar services. We present simulation results that show that our protocol achieves increased efficiency in discovering services (compared to traditional broadcast-based mechanisms) by efficiently using bandwidth, thus decreasing the energy consumption.Source: ISTI Technical reports, 2013
Project(s): UNIVERSAAL via OpenAIRE

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