A Java-based Wrapper for Wireless Communications

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A Java-based Wrapper for Wireless Communications
The increasing number of new applications for mobile devices in pervasive environments, do not cope with changes in the wireless communications. Developers of such applications have to deal with problems arising from the available wireless connections in the given environment. A middleware is a solution that allows to overcome some of these problems. It provides to the applications a set of functions that facilitate their development. In this paper we present a Java-based communication wrapper, called SmartTraffic, which allows programmers to seamlessly use TCP or UDP protocols over Bluetooth or any IP-based wireless network. Developers can use SmartTraffic within their Java applications, thus focusing on the application goals, and leaving out details about how it should interact with the available wireless connection.
Alessandro Genco, Antonio Gentile, Cono Ferrarotto
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Authors Alessandro Genco, Antonio Gentile, Cono Ferrarotto, Marco Morana, Roberto Gallea, Salvatore Sorce, Sandro Impastato
author = {Genco, Alessandro and Sorce, Salvatore and Ferrarotto, Cono and Gallea, Roberto and Gentile, Antonino and Impastato, Sandro and Morana, Marco},
title = {A Java-based Wrapper for Wireless Communications},
booktitle = {CISIS '08: Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems},
year = {2008},
isbn = {978-0-7695-3109-0},
pages = {769--774},
doi = {},
publisher = {IEEE Computer Society},
address = {Washington, DC, USA}
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