Originally the main goal of MobTorrent was to proove that mainstream phones are able to participate in large peer-to-peer networks such as BitTorrent. We have used MobTorrent in several measurements and other research projects, some of these are still ongoing. Here is an incomplete list of publications related to MobTorrent. If you have used MobTorrent in your research or have read anything that refers to it, please send us a note.
Péter Ekler, Imre Kelényi, István Dévai, Balázs Bakos, Attila Kiss: Efficient Mobile Content Sharing with Local Cooperation Support Journal of Networks (JNW), ISSN:1796-2056, 2009
P. Ekler, J. K. Nurminen, A. J. Kiss: Experiences of implementing BitTorrent on Java ME platform, CCNC’08. 1st IEEE International Peer-to-Peer for Handheld Devices Workshop 2008, Las Vegas, USA
Péter Ekler, Hassan Charaf: Analyzing the Concept of Involving Low End Devices in a Cooperative Network 43th IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2008), 2008
Imre Kelényi, Péter Ekler, Bertalan Forstner: A Comparison of Mobile Peer-to-Peer File-Sharing Clients. MicroCAD 2008 International Scientific Conference, University of Miskolc