Mobile UNITY: Reasoning and Specification in Mobile Computing

@article{Roman1997MobileUR,
  title={Mobile UNITY: Reasoning and Specification in Mobile Computing},
  author={Gruia-Catalin Roman and Peter J. McCann and Jerome Y. Plun},
  journal={ACM Trans. Softw. Eng. Methodol.},
  year={1997},
  volume={6},
  pages={250-282}
}
Mobile computing represents a major point of departure from the traditional distributed-computing paradigm. The potentially very large number of independent computing units, a decoupled computing style, frequent disconnections, continuous position changes, and the location-dependent nature of the behavior and communication patterns present designers with unprecedented challenges in the areas of modularity and dependability. So far, the literature on mobile computing is dominated by concerns… CONTINUE READING
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