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Service Location and Multiparty Peering for Mobile Ad Hoc Communication

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Service Location and Multiparty Peering for Mobile Ad Hoc Communication
Abstract. Flexible personal communications may require dynamically discovering, using, and combining a number of services to support the activities of a mobile user. However, many service discovery and service control protocol frameworks are not designed with requirements for ad-hoc and group communication in a changing environment in mind. In this paper, we motivate the case for personalized group communications based upon a (static) office application scenario featuring simple remote device control and then enhance the scope towards service location and dynamic establishment of group communications for mobile users: ad-hoc multiparty peering. We particularly explore the issues relating to group communication setup and robustness in the presence of changing connectivity and present a framework for mobile multiparty ad-hoc cooperation.
Dirk Kutscher, Jörg Ott
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where IFIP
Authors Dirk Kutscher, Jörg Ott
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