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AMORES: an architecture for mobiquitous resilient systems

Abstract : We present the AMORES project, which aims to provide an architecture for the provision of privacy preserving and resilient collaborative services in "mobiquitous" (i.e., mobile and ubiquitous) systems. The project is built around three use-cases from the area of public transportation: (1) dynamic carpooling, (2) real-time computation of multimodal transportation itineraries and (3) mobile social networking. Four main research tasks are presented in this paper. The first task deals with use-cases, prototypes and privacy assessment. The second task addresses geo-communication primitives: verified positioning, locanyms and geo-services. The third task deals with privacy-preserving communication means such as anonymous routing and geo-cryptography. Finally, the last task is devoted to collaborative behaviors.
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Christian Artigues, Yves Deswarte, Jérémie Guiochet, Marie-José Huguet, Marc-Olivier Killijian, et al.. AMORES: an architecture for mobiquitous resilient systems. ARMOR'12, Apr 2012, Sibiu, Romania. Article N°7 (7p.), ⟨10.1145/2222436.2222443⟩. ⟨hal-00736020⟩



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