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By Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni
This ebook provides the revised model of 7 tutorials given on the NETWORKING 2002 convention in Pisa, Italy in might 2002.The teachers current a coherent view of the middle matters within the following areas:- peer-to-peer computing and communications- cellular computing middleware- community defense within the multicast framework- categorizing computing resources in accordance with verbal exchange styles- comments on ad-hoc networking- conversation via digital applied sciences- optical networks.
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Heterogeneity is complicated by the fact that diﬀerent links are present (wireless/ﬁxed), and that many diﬀerent wireless technologies may coexist in the same network. Fault tolerance: depending on the type of application, disconnection may not be a fault or exception but a functionality. Upon reconnection sharing or services should be allowed. Resource sharing, as in ﬁxed networks: most of the resources are on the core network. However, the picture gets more complex if we allow services to be provided by the mobile devices; in this case discovery, quality, and provision need to be thought diﬀerently.
As the picture shows, there are four diﬀerent components working together. The User Interface component is running on the mobile device carried by the user and contains basic functionality, which is required by Nexus Clients to interact with the Nexus platform, and to display and navigate through the model. It also provides support for adapting to devices with diﬀerent levels of computing power, diﬀerent amounts of memory, diﬀerent levels of network connection or diﬀerent displays. The interior of a Nexus platform is then split into three main elements: communication, distributed data management and sensors.
Allowing a user to request a remote service; what distinguishes diﬀerent middleware systems, is the reliability with which these requests are handled. It is in fact much more expensive to guarantee that a request will be executed exactly once, instead of providing only best-eﬀort reliability, that is, that the request may or may not be executed. As another example, we may consider replication. Replication is widely used by middleware systems in order to achieve fault tolerance and to improve scalability.
Advanced Lectures on Networking Networking 2002 Tutorials by Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni