Document archiving, replication and migration container for mobile Web users

@inproceedings{Staski1998DocumentAR,
  title={Document archiving, replication and migration container for mobile Web users},
  author={Peter Sta{\~n}ski and Stephen Giles and Arkady B. Zaslavsky},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on Applied Computing},
  year={1998}
}
With the increasing use of mobile workstations for a wide variety of tasks and associated information needs, and with many variations of available networks, access to data becomes a prime consideration. This paper discusses issues of workstation mobility and proposes a solution wherein the data structures are accessed in an encapsulated form - through the Portable File System (PFS) wrapper. The paper discusses an implementation of the Portable File System, highlighting the architecture and… 

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