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2003
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Short Message Service in a Grid-Enabled Computing Environment

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Short Message Service in a Grid-Enabled Computing Environment
Pervasive computing provides an attractive vision for the future of computing. Mobile computing devices such as mobile phones together with a land-based and wireless communication network infrastructure are the existing technical prerequisites for continuous access to networked services. The security of the system is a high concern in this environment, as well as its usability. This paper presents a network infrastructure for using the Short Message Service (SMS) to communicate with mobile phones via a grid-enabled service. The network system includes: a messenger server, a messenger client, Globus Servers and the Short Message Service Centre (SMSC) tied together with XML-RPC, TCP/IP and GRAM protocols for communication. A Matlab tool to use the grid-enabled SMS has been implemented and can be used in any grid-enabled environment.
Fenglian Xu, M. Hakki Eres, Simon J. Cox
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where EUROPAR
Authors Fenglian Xu, M. Hakki Eres, Simon J. Cox
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