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Issue No. 02 - March/April (2007 vol. 11)
ISSN: 1089-7801
pp: 16-25
David R. O'Hallaron , Carnegie Mellon University
Michael A. Kozuch , Intel Research Pittsburgh
Partho Nath , Pennsylvania State University
Niraj Tolia , Carnegie Mellon University
Casey J. Helfrich , Intel Research Pittsburgh
Ajay Surie , Carnegie Mellon University
David J. Farber , Carnegie Mellon University
Mahadev Satyanarayanan , Carnegie Mellon University
Adam Wolbach , Carnegie Mellon University
Matt Toups , Carnegie Mellon University
Adrian Perrig , Carnegie Mellon University
Benjamin Gilbert , Carnegie Mellon University
Jan Harkes , Carnegie Mellon University
H. Andr? Lagar-Cavilla , University of Toronto
ABSTRACT
The Internet Suspend/Resume model of mobile computing cuts the tight binding between PC state and PC hardware. By layering a virtual machine on distributed storage, ISR lets the VM encapsulate execution and user customization state; distributed storage then transports that state across space and time. This article explores the implications of ISR for an infrastructure-based approach to mobile computing. It reports on experiences with three versions of ISR and describes work in progress toward the OpenISR version.
INDEX TERMS
Internet Suspend/Resume, roaming, mobile computing
CITATION
David R. O'Hallaron, Michael A. Kozuch, Partho Nath, Niraj Tolia, Casey J. Helfrich, Ajay Surie, David J. Farber, Mahadev Satyanarayanan, Adam Wolbach, Matt Toups, Adrian Perrig, Benjamin Gilbert, Jan Harkes, H. Andr? Lagar-Cavilla, "Pervasive Personal Computing in an Internet Suspend/Resume System", IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 11, no. , pp. 16-25, March/April 2007, doi:10.1109/MIC.2007.46
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