A reflective framework for discovery and interaction in heterogeneous mobile environments

  title={A reflective framework for discovery and interaction in heterogeneous mobile environments},
  author={Paul Grace and Gordon S. Blair and Sam Samuel},
  journal={Mobile Computing and Communications Review},
To operate in dynamic and potentially unknown environments a mobile client must first discover the local services that match its requirements, and then interact with these services to obtain the application functionality. However, high levels of heterogeneity characterize mobile environments; that is, contrasting discovery protocols including SLP, UPnP and Jini, and different styles of service interaction paradigms e.g. Remote Procedure Call, Publish-Subscribe and agent based solutions… CONTINUE READING
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