By Jon Crowcroft, Ian Pratt (auth.), Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni (eds.)
This ebook provides the revised model of 7 tutorials given on the NETWORKING 2002 convention in Pisa, Italy in may well 2002.
The academics current a coherent view of the middle concerns within the following areas:
- peer-to-peer computing and communications
- cellular computing middleware
- community protection within the multicast framework
- categorizing computing resources in accordance with conversation patterns
- feedback on ad-hoc networking
- communique via digital technologies
- optical networks.
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Implementations details are hidden from both users and application designers and encapsulated inside the middleware itself. Although having proved to be successful in building traditional distributed systems, this approach suﬀers from severe limitations when applied to the mobile setting. Hiding implementation details means that all the complexity is managed internally by the middleware layer; middleware is in charge of taking decisions on behalf of the application, without letting the application inﬂuence this choice.
Mobile Computing Middleware 41 We describe brieﬂy Nexus , an example of middleware that supports location-aware applications with mobile users. The idea that has motivated the development of this system is that no migration to an homogeneous communication environment is possible, and therefore an infrastructure that supports a heterogeneous communication environment is necessary. Nexus aims to provide this infrastructure. 4 Nexus Clients/ Applications Distributed Data Management 1 User Interface 3 Communication 2 Outdoor DGPS/GPS Digital Compass Pedometer INS Indoor Imagins Sensors Infrared Signals Radio Networks Active Badge Systems Fig.
By providing transparency, the middleware must take decisions on behalf of the application. It might, however, be that in constrained and dynamic settings, such as mobile ones, applications can make more eﬃcient and better quality decisions based on application-speciﬁc information. In order to cope with these limitations, many research eﬀorts have focused on designing new middleware systems capable of supporting the requirements imposed by mobility. As a result of these eﬀorts, a pool of mobile middleware systems has been produced.