Jinsong Lin

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Mobile computing research has often focused on untethering an in-use computing device, rather than enabling the mobility of the computation task itself. This paper presents an architecture, implementation, and experimental evidence that together validate a new continuous computing concept, application session handoff. The iMASH architecture leverages(More)
* This paper presents the design and implementation of TMACS – a distributed middleware framework for Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANETs). TMACS leverages type-based group communication paradigm in which type is used as a first-class abstraction for identifying groups and provides a novel group-based RPC-mechanism called TRPC as a higher-level communication(More)
Type-based communication is proposed as an effective paradigm to enable group communication in wireless ad-hoc networks (MANETs). In this paradigm, type is used as the fundamental construct for addressing and routing messages. Type hierarchies are used to dynamically control group size; and object-oriented principles such as subtyping and multiple(More)
In this paper, we present a new signaling protocol that enables real-time audio/video viewing to transfer from one device to another. This architecture extends Application Session Handoff (ASH) to streaming media. ASH is a novel system service that provides seamless and uninterrupted data access across heterogeneous devices in the mobile, asynchronous(More)
In this paper, we describe our experience in establishing a software development center in China with the purpose of supporting a major U.S. eCommerce website. We have established a set of development processes that fit our business needs to develop a large number of relatively small projects and release them in very short intervals. Our processes allow us(More)
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