The PAF-FPE Project

This is the website of the PAF-FPE project. A Marie-Curie project run by Leonardo Maccari in the period 2011-2014. I do not plan to update this website anymore, If you are interested in this project, you can find a description and a list of achievements in this short Executive Summary. In that pdf I will also update the publication list as the last papers get published.


A preview of the community network monitor data

In a publication that is currently under review, I have analysed the topology of three large wireless community networks, extending the data-set and the results obtained for CNBUB. The paper is still under review, so I'd like to publish here a preview of the data-set, that will be fully open sourced after the review process is done. The source code and small data-set can be found here.


New code and paper for the community network analysis

I have released an update of the python code for the analysis of community networks topologies. The code is part of a collaboration with the SmartUC project, that I have described in a previous post and is available with a GPL license on my github page.


Cooperation with the SmartUC project

The EIT project "Smart Ubiquitous Computing" is another project our lab is involved at the moment. For this project a new release of the Peerstreamer video streaming platform has been produced. Among other objectives, the group is working to have Peerstreamer run on wireless community networks. On this topic we started a cooperation that involved also the PAF-FPE project.

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