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Ambient Systems


ECTS Credits : 2

Duration: 21 hours

Semester : S8

Person(s) in charge :

Laurent CIARLETTA, Maître de Conférences, 

Keywords : network architectures, advanced routing, simulation and emulation, embedded systems, ambients

Prerequisites : Object-Oriented programming, networks and systems.

Objective : Explain and experiment with advanced programming and network concepts so as to be able to design secure and scalable complex architectures, and then manage them.


Program and Contents:

This course presents the concepts that are necessary for being able to understand modern
network architectures by putting them into practice under two different forms: simulation
and real experimentation. The various elements of a network, as autonomous as well as
interdependent entities, will be studied and experimented with.
• Advanced network architectures, dynamic routing, inter- and intra-domain
• Modeling, simulation/emulation of networks
• Programming mobile clients/servers (J2ME, Mobile .NET )

Abilities : 


Description and operational verbs


Advanced routing mechanisms and protocols implemented in dynamic networks and mobile applications


Implications of the high dynamism of entities, users, uses of these new communication technologies, stakes linked to projects on emerging and possibly intrusive technologies.


Simulation of dynamic networks (adhoc, mesh, P2P), development of ambiant applications.


Constraints and performance of such systems, needs and ressources to the implementation


Design objects and ambiant computerized systems


Weaknesses and risks of technological and conception choices, their consequences on the development costs.

Evaluations :

  • Written Test
  • Continuous Control
  • Oral report
  • Project
  • Written report
  • Aucune étiquette