Giuseppe Colistra
Giuseppe Colistra
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Cagliari
Verified email at diee.unica.it
TitleCited byYear
The virtual object as a major element of the internet of things: a survey
M Nitti, V Pilloni, G Colistra, L Atzori
IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 18 (2), 1228-1240, 2015
1292015
The problem of task allocation in the Internet of Things and the consensus-based approach
G Colistra, V Pilloni, L Atzori
Computer Networks 73, 98-111, 2014
642014
Dynamic carpooling in urban areas: Design and experimentation with a multi-objective route matching algorith
M Mallus, G Colistra, L Atzori, M Murroni, V Pilloni
Sustainability 9 (2), 254, 2017
252017
Task allocation in group of nodes in the IoT: A consensus approach
G Colistra, V Pilloni, L Atzori
2014 IEEE international conference on Communications (ICC), 3848-3853, 2014
222014
Objects that agree on task frequency in the IoT: A lifetime-oriented consensus based approach
G Colistra, V Pilloni, L Atzori
2014 IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT), 383-387, 2014
112014
Estimation of physical layer performance in wsns exploiting the method of indirect observations
G Colistra, L Atzori
Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks 1 (3), 272-298, 2012
92012
A persuasive real-time carpooling service in a smart city: A case-study to measure the advantages in urban area
M Mallus, G Colistra, L Atzori, M Murroni, V Pilloni
2017 20th Conference on Innovations in Clouds, Internet and Networks (ICIN …, 2017
52017
Energy consumption management in Smart Homes: An M-Bus communication system
R Cherchi, G Colistra, V Pilloni, L Atzori
2014 International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (TEMU), 80-85, 2014
52014
Carpooling in urban areas: A real-time service case-study
M Mallus, G Colistra, L Atzori, M Murroni
International Internet of Things Summit, 157-166, 2015
22015
Task allocation in the Internet of Things
G Colistra
Universita'degli Studi di Cagliari, 2015
2015
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