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Unformatted text preview: CIS6930/4930 Mobile Networking - Spring 2010 Experiment 2 Due Date: April 7, 2010 1 Introduction In the Experiment 1, you have been carrying mobile device and collecting Bluetooth and AP traces. Experiment 2 will use these traces and look into several p2p applications. Experiment 2 is divided into two parts. In the first part of this experiment you will be analyzing the traces collected by you and other students in the class. In the second part, you will be asked to run several existing applications on your devices. The goal of this experiment is to give you insight into the information available in the traces, to get you started with trace analysis, which you would need for your projects, and to provide you with sufficient building (code) blocks so that you can start implementing your own applications on mobile devices. In the optional section, you are free to perform any analysis you may find interesting. This would count towards extra credit. You are encouraged to think beyond the stated questions and perform analysis which may help you in understanding the mobile users or in collecting relevant data for your project. **Please continue the collection of traces as the Experiment-1 is still on-going** If you have any questions, please email TA, Udayan Kumar ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or meet him during his office hours. 2 Trace Analysis In this section you would analyze the traces belonging to your device and to the other students in the class. If you did not collect the traces please use the traces belonging to device N810-9/N810-12. Traces can be downloaded from: http://www.cise.ufl.edu/ ukumar/bttraces-5-march.zip Important: if you make your own assumption, please state it clearly the reason in your submis- sion. The most important part in your report is reasonable analysis and argument with supporting examples and specific details, not the answer to the questions. Questions listed here are intended to help your own analysis, therefore, try to provide observation, adequate reasoning, analysis and...
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2011 for the course CIS 4930 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.
- Spring '08