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Peer2Schedule - an experimental peer-to-peer application to support present collaboration

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Peer2Schedule - an experimental peer-to-peer application to support present collaboration
Abstract—This paper describes experiences from implementing an experimental mobile peer-to-peer application called Peer2Schedule aimed at improving and supporting collaboration where people are collocated. Peer2Schedule was built on top of the Peer2Me framework that provides management of mobile ad hoc networks over Bluetooth. The goal of the Peer2Schedule project can be divided into three main areas. 1) To develop a collaborative peer-to-peer application to evaluate the usefulness of such applications; 2) to evaluate the technical limitations of J2ME and Bluetooth in this domain; and 3) to implement and evaluate a mobile application to improve present ad-hoc collaboration. In this paper we also investigates the social and network issues related to such applications. Our findings indicates that Bluetooth and J2ME are useful technology to implement such applications, but the long time to establish connections and security issues in Bluetooth reduce the usability of such applications....
Alf Inge Wang, Peter Nicolai Motzfeldt
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where COLCOM
Authors Alf Inge Wang, Peter Nicolai Motzfeldt
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