Michel Simatic

According to our database1, Michel Simatic authored at least 14 papers between 1992 and 2015.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of four.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2015
TRAINS: A throughput-efficient uniform total order broadcast algorithm.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Protocol Engineering, 2015

Games based on active NFC objects: Model and security requirements.
Proceedings of the 2015 International Workshop on Network and Systems Support for Games, 2015

2012
Contributions au rendement des protocoles de diffusion à ordre total et aux réseaux tolérants aux délais à base de RFID. (Contributions to efficiency of total order broadcast protocols and to RFID-based delay tolerant networks).
PhD thesis, 2012

2009
RFID-based Distributed Shared Memory for Pervasive Games.
Proceedings of the Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services, 2009

RFID-based Distributed Memory for Mobile Applications.
Proceedings of the Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services, 2009

Designing Mobility: Pervasiveness as the Enchanting Tool of Mobility.
Proceedings of the Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services, 2009

"Plug: Secrets of the Museum": A Pervasive Game Taking Place in a Museum.
Proceedings of the Entertainment Computing, 2009

2008
ShareX3D, a scientific collaborative 3D viewer over HTTP.
Proceedings of the Proceeding of the 13th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, 2008

2007
Issues for Multiplayer Mobile Game Engines.
Proceedings of the GAMEON'2007, 2007

2005
GASP: un intergiciel pour les jeux en réseaux multijoueurs sur téléphones mobiles.
Proceedings of the Actes des 2èmes journées francophones Mobilité et Ubiquité 2005, 2005

1995
Fault-tolerance and on-line maintainability in a process control supervision system.
Distributed Syst. Eng., 1995

1993
A survey of load sharing in networks of workstations.
Distributed Syst. Eng., 1993

The Use of Object Groups to Implement Dependability in a Process Control Supervision System.
Proceedings of the Digest of Papers: FTCS-23, 1993

1992
Exploiting late binding in object messaging for implementing object replication.
Proceedings of the 5th ACM SIGOPS European Workshop: Models and Paradigms for Distributed Systems Structuring, 1992


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