Service Provision in Ad Hoc Networks

  title={Service Provision in Ad Hoc Networks},
  author={Radu Handorean and Gruia-Catalin Roman},
The client-server model continues to dominate distributed computing with increasingly more flexible variants being deployed. Many are centered on the notion of discovering services at run time and on allowing any system component to act as a service provider. The result is a growing reliance on the service registration and discovery mechanisms. This paper addresses the issue of facilitating such service provision capabilities in the presence of (logical and physical) mobility exhibited by… CONTINUE READING
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