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Giacomo Benincasa , Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition, Pensacola
Alessandro Morelli , University of Ferrara, Ferrara
Cesare Stefanelli , University of Ferrara, Ferrara
Niranjan Suri , IHMC, Pensacola
Mauro Tortonesi , University of Ferrara, Ferrara
Mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, have fundamentally changed the Internet access and communication patterns, as they enabled the ubiquitous consumption of Web and multimedia contents and of social- and location-aware services. The requirements of next-generation mobile and pervasive computing applications demonstrate the limits of traditional TCP/IP-based communication paradigms and call for new concepts and tools that can enable adaptive and robust communications. This needs support from innovative communication middleware that provides a new set of abstractions and programming paradigms designed to realize seamless mobility and disruption tolerant communications. This paper describes the requirements and programming models for next-generation communications middleware, stemming from our experience in designing and implementing the Agile Computing Middleware.
Giacomo Benincasa, Alessandro Morelli, Cesare Stefanelli, Niranjan Suri, Mauro Tortonesi, "Agile Communication Middleware for Next-generation Mobile Heterogeneous Networks", IEEE Software, , no. 1, pp. 1, PrePrints PrePrints, doi:10.1109/MS.2013.144
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