Service-Oriented Network Sockets

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Service-Oriented Network Sockets
3], in that it integrates a service-oriented abstraction with the operating system socket interface and provides adaptive service access at the end-host session layer. However, our experience with SoNS led to three key improvements for the LANS architecture. 1) The LANS session layer reduces the computation and communication overhead resulting from the SoNS end-to-end architecture. 2) LANS is designed to offer richer semantics for resource selection and allocation to enable better utiltization of resources in shared pervasive environments. 3) Applications in LANS can control the opportunistic behavior of the system to avoid perfunctory reconnections. Our experiments show that LANS running on an iPAQ consumes 40% less power, requires less than 1% of the network traffic, and is far less processor hungry than the original version of SoNS -- without compromising performance and offering richer semantics for adaptive service access.
Umar Saif, Justin Mazzola Paluska
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Authors Umar Saif, Justin Mazzola Paluska
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