Mohamed Hamdy

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Automatic discovery and invocation of services will only be accepted in practise, if the non-functional, especially QoS, parameters are taken into consideration during matchmaking. In this paper we present how this can be achieved. As an example, we use the DIANE 1 framework and explain how the concepts developed there can be extended to easily accommodate(More)
In principle, service orientation is a suitable paradigm to allow for effective resource sharing in wireless ad hoc networks. However, special attention needs to be paid to ensure a high service availability since this is the basis for reliable service execution. Unfortunately, typical characteristics of ad hoc networks like ever-changing topology and(More)
The Service Distribution Protocol (SDP) for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) is a service replication protocol which aims to increase the service availability despite the challenging nature of MANETs. SDP is an interest-based protocol which can achieve an efficient service replication process and produce a close to optimal service distribution over the(More)
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