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UCN at the ACM SIGCOMM Workshop

cUCN at the ACM SIGCOMM Workshop

UCN was heavily active on the ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on QoE-based Analysis and Management of Data Communication Networks. Inria/Technicolor presented their work predicting the effect of home Wi-Fi quality on Web QoE and Inria presented its work on analyzing the …

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UCN presented at the NSF/FCC Workshop

UCN presented at the NSF/FCC Workshop

UCN’s approach to measuring user quality of experience (QoE) was presented at the NSF/FCC Workshop on Tracking Quality of Experience in the Internet in Princeton, New Jersey.

More details: http://aqualab.cs.northwestern.edu/NSFWorkshop-InternetQoE

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The Databox, part of the PIH, at Aarhus’15

Dr Richard Mortier from the Cambridge University Computer Lab recently presented work from UCN at the 5th Decennial Aarhus conference, (yes, it really does happen only once every 10 years!) on  Wednesday 19th August. Titled Personal Data: Thinking Inside

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Describing a programming model for PIH, via a web app

Thomas Leonard (University of Cambridge) describes how he used the Irmin datastore to create a TODO application that runs completely in the browser. In this post he takes the reader from the background of ‘Getting Things Done’ to how he …

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UCN appeared as part of panel on Future Internet at INFOCOM’15

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Thanks to support from the UCN project and from Huawei, Richard Mortier (Cambridge University Computer Lab) presented User-Centric Networking at INFOCOM’15.

Along with professors from UCLA, MIT, City University Hong Kong, Osaka, and researchers from Huawei, he proposed UCN …

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CueKeeper: Gitting Things Done in the Browser

Thomas Leonard (University of Cambridge) write about CueKeeper, a Getting Things Done application that runs client-side in your browser. It stores your actions in a Git-like data-store provided by Irmin, allowing you to browse the history, revert changes, and sync …

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HOMESYS 2014 workshop report

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Technicolor and the User-Centric Networking project supported the workshop to fund students to attend the workshop and the subsequent UbiComp/ISWC conference, which was greatly appreciated by all involved.

Ohomesys2014ver 40 attendees from academia and industry met in Seattle on …

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MirageOS is in Google Summer of Code 2014

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mirage OSThe Mirage operating system released by the UCN partners University of Cambridge and University of Nottingham, has been selected for Google Summer of Code and the Open Source Projects for Women summer programs. The Mirage OS is part of the …

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First open-source version of the Mirage operating system

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mirageThe UCN partners University of Cambridge and University of Nottingham have released the first open-source version of the Mirage operating system, available freely at openmirage.org. A complete article about Mirage 1.0 is published at the Mirage OS blog

There …

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UCN was kicked-off

Start+LineThe project has successfully been kicked-off. Meeting htook place in Paris on the 18th of October at the Technicolor premises.
The project consortium was very proactive during the deliverable, miletones and Work Packages review.
The project website and the private …

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