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Mobile Processes: Enhancing Cooperation in Distributed Mobile Environments

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Mobile Processes: Enhancing Cooperation in Distributed Mobile Environments
— Currently, context awareness is one of the main trends in distributed mobile computing environments. Against this background, the demand for more complex – and additionally long-term – mobile applications increases continuously. Nevertheless, most current available mobile applications – as well as their supporting middleware platforms – are still relatively monolithic and closed systems, concentrating on only short-term activities. As a consequence, most present appliances are still restricted to rather simple tasks and are therefore rather insufficient for more complex ones which consist of sequences of related longterm activities tied together in respective application-oriented processes. In order to overcome the resource and capability restrictions of mobile environments, such application processes may profit from, e.g., cooperation between devices in the mobile vicinity – a fact which is hardly supported by existing systems. Therefore, this paper introduces a concep...
Christian P. Kunze, Sonja Zaplata, Winfried Lamers
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JCP
Authors Christian P. Kunze, Sonja Zaplata, Winfried Lamersdorf
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