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Call for Papers

 

 

Lab Resources

 

HARDWARE

We have 16 workstations.

  • 1 Dell Precision 690 2x Intel Xeon CPU E5320 @ 1.86GHz with 8GB RAM. This machine acts as our main server used for the website, storage and running simulations.
  • 4 Dell Precision 390 Core2 6300 @ 1.86GHz with 2GB RAM.
  • 1 Dell Precision 490 Xeon 5120 @ 1.86 GHz with 2GB RAM.
  • 2 Dell Optiplex 755 Core2 E8200 @ 2.66GHz with 2GB RAM.
  • 1 Dell Optiplex GX620 2x Pentium D @ 2.8GHz with 2GB RAM.
  • 1 PowerMac G5 2x G5 @ 2.5GHz with 512KB RAM.
  • 2 Dell Vostro mobile workstations (laptops).
We have a collection of 12 Intel Xeon E7520 "Sossaman" platforms.
We have a collection of handheld devices:
  • 13 Android Dev Phone 1 devices, donated by Google, which currently are used for teaching.
  • 8 PDAs, which are used in a health-monitoring testbed currently under development.

We use Berkeley motes for developing applications that make use of wireless sensor networks. For this purpose we have
  • 6 programming boards (2 MIB500 and 4 MIB510)
  • 11 sensor boards
  • 41 Motes
  • 5 mica2dot
  • 6 iMotes donated by Intel.
  • and a ACTIVEHOME X10 kit that we use in applications that reduce user distraction.
Other sensors that we use in our research work

 

Graduate Student Resources

 

1. Armando's Paper Writing and Presentations Page

2. Henning Schulzrinne's website at Columbia University has the following resources:
         Writing Technical Articles
         Hints for PhD Proposal Defenses
         Hints for PhD Defenses
         Common Bugs in Writing

3. Ronald T. Azuma, "So long, and thanks for the Ph.D.!" a.k.a. "Everything I wanted to know about C.S. graduate school at the beginning but didn't learn until later."
 
4. Robert L. Read, "How to be a Programmer: A Short, Comprehensive, and Personal Summary"


 

Simulators and Tutorials

 
SIMULATORS
  1. Network Simulator - ns-2
  2. Bluetooth Simulator - Bluehoc
TUTORIALS AND FAQ

NS tutorial

  1. Marc Greis' Tutorial for NS
  2. NS by Example
  3. The Network Simulator ns-2: Documentation
Tcl/OTcl tutorial
  1. TclTutor : Interactive Computer Aided Instruction for Tcl
  2. A short Tcl tutorial
  3. Tcl and Tk made easy
  4. OTcl Tutorial (Version 0.96, September 95)
Bluehoc tutorial
  1. Bluehoc manual and tutorial
  2. Bluehoc FAQ


 

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