MUSIC Deliverables

Valla, M (2010). D2.4 Final Research Results on methods, languages, algorithms, and tools to modeling and management of context FP6 IST MUSIC project, Deliverable 2.4. Cheng, PL, Kakousis, K, Paspallis, N, Papadopoulos, GA, Lorenzo, J, and Soladana, E (2009). D13.11 MUSIC & ANDROID IST-MUSIC, Deliverable(D13.11). Floch, J (2009). D21.2 RATP trial applications, intermediate version FP6

1st International Workshop on Green Wireless Systems

The transmitted data volume increases approximately by a factor of 10 every 5 years, which corresponds to an increase of the associated energy consumption by approximately 16 – 20 % per year. Currently, 3 % of the world-wide energy is consumed by the ICT infrastructure which causes about 2 % of the world-wide CO2 emissions


Adaptation In MUSIC, adaptation is defined as the activity of adjusting to varying contexts. Adaptation is needed when there is a mismatch between the quality of the services provided by the application and the user needs, or between the application needs and the context. Adaptation may lead to a degradation or enhancement of the quality

Partners in the MUSIC project

The 14 project partners are as follows: SINTEF   Category: Project Coordinator Profile: Is the largest independent R&D organisation in the Nordic countries, employing in excess of 1700 employees with specialist technical expertise in mobility. Highly experienced in coordination of EU project.  Main Role in project: Technical and administrative project co-ordination. Appear Networks  

The MUSIC project

MUSIC is a project for open platform technology and the development of self-adaptive mobile applications, which includes a methodology, tools and middleware. It is suited for software developers. People interested in developing next generation mobile applications and services are encouraged to download the MUSIC technology. (‘Developer Zone’). A short description of the MUSIC project MUSIC