MundoCore: A light-weight infrastructure for pervasive computing

@article{Aitenbichler2007MundoCoreAL,
  title={MundoCore: A light-weight infrastructure for pervasive computing},
  author={Erwin Aitenbichler and J. Kangasharju and M. M{\"u}hlh{\"a}user},
  journal={Pervasive Mob. Comput.},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={332-361}
}
MundoCore is a communication middleware specifically designed for the requirements of pervasive computing. To address the high degree of heterogeneity of platforms and networking technologies, it is based on a microkernel design, supports dynamic reconfiguration, and provides a common set of APIs for different programming languages (Java, C++, Python) on a wide range of different devices. The architectural model addresses the need for proper language bindings, different communication… Expand
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