Advanced Lectures on Networking Networking 2002 Tutorials by Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni

By Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni

This publication offers 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 center concerns within the following areas:- peer-to-peer computing and communications- cellular computing middleware- community safeguard within the multicast framework- categorizing computing resources in keeping with conversation styles- feedback on ad-hoc networking- verbal exchange via digital applied sciences- optical networks.

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As a result of these efforts, a pool of mobile middleware systems has been produced. In this survey, we provide a framework and a classification of the most relevant literature in this area, highlighting goals that have 22 C. Mascolo, L. Capra, and W. Emmerich Comp_1 ... Comp_m Middleware Network Operating System Hardware Comp_1 ... Host b Comp_n Middleware Comp_1 ... Comp_l Network Operating System Network Hardware Middleware Network Operating System Host a Hardware Host c Fig. 1. Example of a distributed system [20].

1 Introduction Wireless devices, such as laptop computers, mobile phones, personal digital assistants, smartcards, watches and the like, are gaining wide popularity. Their computing capabilities are growing quickly, while they are becoming smaller and smaller, and more and more part of every day life. These devices can be connected to wireless networks of increasing bandwidth, and software development kits are available that can be used by third parties to develop applications [70]. The combined use of these technologies on personal devices enables people to access their personal information as well as public resources anytime and anywhere.

The Internet Inter-ORB Protocol) is the essential part of CORBA that is needed to allow communication among devices. IIOP has been successfully ported to mobile setting and used as a minimal ORB for mobile devices [27]. IIOP defines the minimum protocol necessary to transfer invocations between ORBs. In ALICE [27] hand-helds with Windows CE and GSM adaptors have been used to provide support for client-server architectures in nomadic environments. , LW-IOP, Light-weight Inter-Orb Protocol) has been devised in the DOLMEN project [57]: caching of unsent data combined with an acknowledgement scheme to face wireless medium unreliability.

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