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MAIPAN - Middleware for Application Interconnection in Personal Area Networks

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MAIPAN - Middleware for Application Interconnection in Personal Area Networks
This paper proposes the Middleware for Application Interconnection in Personal Area Networks (MAIPAN), a middleware that provides a uniform computing environment for creating dynamically changing personal area networks (PANs). The middleware hides the device configuration and physical scatteredness of the PAN and presents its capabilities as a single computer to the applications. The solution provides easy set-up of PAN-wide applications utilizing multiple devices and allows transparent redirection of ongoing data flows, whenever the configuration of the PAN changes. The proposed middleware interconnects services offered by applications running on different devices by creating virtual channels between the input and output outlets of the applications. Channels can be reconfigured when configuration or user needs change. In contrast to the approaches found in the literature, this paper presents a solution where session transfer, dynamic session management are tightly integrated with str...
Miklós Aurél Rónai, Kristof F
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Type Conference
Year 2005
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Authors Miklós Aurél Rónai, Kristof Fodor, Gergely Biczok, Zoltán Turányi, András Gergely Valkó
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