The EU project LightKone aims to develop a scientifically sound and industrially validated model for doing general-purpose computation on edge networks. An edge network consists of a large set of heterogeneous, loosely coupled computing nodes situated at the logical extreme of a network. Common examples are community networks and Internet of Things networks, and networks including mobile devices, personal computers, and points of presence including Mobile Edge Computing. Internet applications are increasingly running on edge networks, to reduce latency, increase scalability, resilience, and security, and permit local decision making.
Read our LightKone Reference Architecture LiRA White Paper.
Ali Shoker, Paulo Sérgio Almeida, Carlos Baquero, Annette Bieniusa, Roger Pueyo Centelles, Pedro Ákos Costa, Vitor Enes, Carla Ferreira, Pedro Fouto, Felix Freitag, Bradley King, Igor Kopestenski, Giorgos Kostopoulos, João Leitão, Adam Lindberg, Albert van der Linde, Sreeja Nair, Nuno Preguiça, Mennan Selimi, Marc Shapiro, Peer Stritzinger, Ilyas Toumlilt, Peter Van Roy, Dimitrios Vasilas, Georges Younes, Igor Zavalyshyn, and Peter Zeller. LightKone Reference Architecture (LiRA). White Paper. December, 2019
Seyed H. HA ER I and Paul Keir. Solving the Expression Problem in C++ à la LMS. 16th International Colloquium on Theoretical Aspects of Computing (ICTAC). Hammamet, Tunisia. November, 2019
Ali Shoker. Successful Systems in Production Graduate Teaching. SuperComputing’19 Workshop on Education for High Performance Computing (EduHPC), Denver, USA, November, 2019
Bernardo Ferreira, Bernardo Portela, Tiago Oliveira, Guilherme Borges, Henrique Domingos, and João Leitão. BISEN: Efficient Boolean Searchable Symmetric Encryption with Verifiability and Minimal Leakage. Proceedings of the 38th IEEE Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS 2019). Lyon, France. October, 2019
André Rosa, Pedro Ákos Costa, and João Leitão. Revisiting Broadcast Algorithms for Wireless Edge Networks. Proceedings of the 38th IEEE Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS 2019). Lyon, France. October, 2019
João Marco Silva, Paulo Carvalho, Kalil Bispo, Solange Lima. e-LiteSense: Self-adaptive Energy-aware Data Sensing in WSN Environments. International Journal of Communication Systems. Published as Early View. September, 2019
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