Rico Wind
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1/2-2008 - Back from Singapore

Below is a list of the publications of my publications. You can also take a look at my DBLP enty

Publication List

Simple and Realistic Data Generation
Kenneth Houkjśr,Kristian Torp, Rico Wind
In Proceedings of the 32nd international conference on Very large data bases, Seoul, Korea, September 12-15,2006

Link to full publication at acm.org

This paper presents a generic, DBMS independent, and highly extensible relational data generation tool. The tool can efficiently generate realistic test data for OLTP, OLAP, and data streaming applications. The tool uses a graph model to direct the data generation. This model makes it very simple to generate data even for large database schemas with complex inter- and intra table relationships. The model also makes it possible to generate data with very accurate characteristics.

A Test Bed for Exploring Novel Concepts in Mobile Service Delivery
Rico Wind, Christian S. Jensen, Kenneth H. Pedersen, Kristian Torp
In Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Mobile Data Management, Mannheim, Germany, pp. 218-220, May 7-11, 2007.

Link to full publication at ieee xplore

This paper describes an open, extendable, and scalable system that supports the delivery of context-dependent content to mobile users. The system enables users to receive content from multiple content providers that matches their demographic data, active proles, and context such as location and time. The system also allows users to subscribe to specic services. In addition, it allows users to provide their own content and services, by either using the system's publicly available interface or by lling out one of the service-conguration templates.

An Open Platform for the Creation and Deployment of Transport-Related Mobile Data Services
Rico Wind, Christian S. Jensen, Kristian Torp
in Proceedings of the Sixth European Congress and Exhibition on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services, Aalborg, Denmark, 8 pages, June 18-20, 2007.

Advanced mobile computing devices with wireless communication and geo-positioning capabilities are finding increasingly widespread use in Europe and beyond. Example devices include smart phones, PDA phones, and navigation systems. It is thus becoming increasingly relevant and attractive to utilize these devices and the related communication infrastructure for the deployment of transport-related mobile services. This paper describes the architecture of a service platform that enables users to create their own mobile services. The platform is based on standard hardware and software technologies and offers integration of transportation-related services with other services.

Windows Mobile Programming
Rico Wind, Christian S. Jensen, Kristian Torp
in Chapter 8, pp. 207-235 in Mobile Phone Programming and its Application to Wireless Networks, edited by F. H. P. Fitzek and F. Reichert, Springer Verlag, 2007.

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