- The AirBox project was inspired by the work of the Location Aware Sensing System (LASS) community, which engages citizens to participate in the PM2.5 sensing project and enables them to make low-cost PM2.5 sensing devices on their own. It also facilitates PM2.5 monitoring at a finer spatio-temporal granularity and enriches environmental data analysis by making all measurement data freely available to everyone.
- The dataset contains measurements of timestamp, GPS coordinates, temperature, relative humidity, PM1, PM2.5, and PM10 of the AirBox devices in Taiwan at a rate of every 5 minute from 2018/01/01 to 2018/03/31.
- Reference: Ling-Jyh Chen, Yao-Hua Ho, Hu-Cheng Lee, Hsuan-Cho Wu, Hao-Min Liu, Hsin-Hung Hsieh, Yu-Te Huang, and Shih-Chun Candice Lung. An Open Framework for Participatory PM2.5 Monitoring in Smart Cities. IEEE Access Journal, volume 5, pp. 14441-14454, July, 2017.
A smart phone app for comfort measuring of public transportation systems
- Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vprobe.worldofbus
- iOS version:
- Reference: Cheng-Yu Lin, Ling-Jyh Chen, Ying-Yu Chen, and Wang-Chien Lee. A Comfort Measuring System for Public Transportation Systems Using Participatory Phone Sensing. International Workshop on Sensing for App Phones (PhoneSense'10, in conjunction with ACM SenSys'10), Zurich, Switzerland, 2010.
A Link Capacity Estimation Tool for Wired/Wireless Links
- Download from SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pbprobe/
- Download from CRAWDAD: http://crawdad.org/tools/analyze/link/PBProbe/
- Reference: Ling-Jyh Chen, Tony Sun, Bo-Chun Wang, M. Y. Sanadidi, and Mario Gerla. PBProbe: A Capacity Estimation Tool for High Speed Networks. Computer Communications Journal, Elsevier, volume 31, number 17, pp. 3883-3893, November, 2008.
H-EC (SF/FI/BI) modules for DTNSIM simulator
LMDC Encoder and Decoder
Poisson Traffic Generator (for NS2)