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Supporting Predictable Service Provision in MANETs Via Context-Aware Session Management

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Supporting Predictable Service Provision in MANETs Via Context-Aware Session Management
: The increasing ubiquity of wireless mobile devices is promoting unprecedented levels of electronic collaboration among devices interoperating to achieve a common goal. Issues related to host interoperability are addressed partially by the principles of the service-oriented computing paradigm. However, certain technical concerns relating to predictable interactions among hosts in mobile ad hoc networks have not yet received much attention. We introduce "follow-me sessions," where interactions occur between a client and a service, rather than a specific service provider. A client may thus exploit several service providers during the course of its interaction with a given service. This redundancy mitigates the effects of mobility-induced disconnections, thereby facilitating reliable communication. The switching of service providers is done using a combination of strong process migration, context-sensitive binding, and location-agnostic communication protocols. This paper cover...
Radu Handorean, Rohan Sen, Gregory Hackmann, Gruia
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where JWSR
Authors Radu Handorean, Rohan Sen, Gregory Hackmann, Gruia-Catalin Roman
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