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This paper proposes BlueMonarch, a system for evaluating Bluetooth applications in the wild. ... After we present the feasibility and accuracy of BlueMonarch, we use BlueMonarch to evaluate a content delivery system for Bluetooth. ... Acknowledgments We thank Victor Bahl, Nigel Davies (our shepherd), and the blind reviewers for their insightful comments on our work. ...doi:10.1145/1555816.1555822 dblp:conf/mobisys/SmithSW09 fatcat:7r67o25qrfdpfiilcbkhewszsu
Researchers investigating mobile and wireless systems can run experiments on many testbeds, but no existing option supports experimentation "in the wild" without sacrificing features such as access to ... To fill this void, we present a new architecture for mobile testbeds called CrowdLab. ... We would also like to thank Luis Tobon for assisting with the power measurements and the anonymous reviewers for their feedback. ...doi:10.1109/comsnets.2011.5716419 dblp:conf/comsnets/CuervoGWC11 fatcat:lejqec4j7nbxdm3wegxjzr5r3m
Second, we developed two new approaches to enable realistic evaluation of networked systems in broadband networks. ... We also developed Glasnost, a system that enables users to test their Internet access links for traffic differentiation. ... Monarch inspired BlueMonarch [SSW09] , a tool that enables realistic evaluation of applications in bluetooth networks at scale. ...doi:10.22028/d291-26010 fatcat:lvrzesvtbbcrjerenarnzzx5mq