Pervasive evolutionary algorithms on mobile devices

Last week I received the paper aceptance notification for the DCAI conference in Salamanca. This time we are going to present a distributed algorithm framework for mobile devices using Bluetooth. Ok, today I am quite lazy (today, and all the days, actually), so I think the best idea is to copy the abstract.

Abstract. This work presents a Java framework which allows to implement easily connectivity applications via Bluetooth. Nowadays it is difficult to program Bluetooth devices, so it is necessary to use a high-level Application Programming Interface (API) to make easy the creation of applications in Java ME and Java SE platforms, the most extended ones. As a solution we show the development of a distributed computing environment using a layered, client-server, and event-based with asynchronous communication architecture. In addition we solve two well-known evolutionary computation problems (the Traveler Salesman Problem and the Wave Function Problem), as an example of use.

The most interesting thing is that we have used real mobiles in order to execute the experiments, with all associated problems. It is difficult to find a compatible mobile phone with a Bluetooth stack that works properly. Even is not easy communicate two phones of the same fabricant but different model! But finally we managed to start the experiment, as you can see in the next photo.

Two Nokias executing our distributed algorithm. Photo by DraXus.

You can download the draft from here.

4 pensamientos en “Pervasive evolutionary algorithms on mobile devices

  1. Very cool! I’m doing my master degree thesis related to this theme. I’d like to discuss with you guys if it’s possible about this. I’m doing a same research but with PSO evolutionary algorithm.
    Nice work!

  2. I’ve only seen your reply today, unfortunately. Anyway, i expect it’s not too late to discuss with you guys about this project. I added you at my google talk contacts and i’ll send you an email soon. Thanks!

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