By Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni
This e-book offers the revised model of 7 tutorials given on the NETWORKING 2002 convention in Pisa, Italy in may perhaps 2002.The academics current a coherent view of the middle matters within the following areas:- peer-to-peer computing and communications- cellular computing middleware- community defense within the multicast framework- categorizing computing resources in accordance with conversation styles- comments on ad-hoc networking- conversation via digital applied sciences- optical networks.
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Comp_l Network Operating System Network Hardware Middleware Network Operating System Host a Hardware Host c Fig. 1. Example of a distributed system . been attained and goals that still need to be pursued. Our aim is to help middleware practitioners and researchers to categorise, compare and evaluate the relative strengths and limitations of approaches that have been, or might be, applied to this problem. Because exhaustive coverage of all existing and potential approaches is impossible, we attempt to identify key characteristics of existing approaches that cluster them into more or less natural categories.
Nevertheless, researchers have devised a number of interesting approaches to quality of service provision to mobile devices . Most of the time the devices are considered terminal nodes and the clients of the service provision, and the network connectivity is assumed ﬂuctuating but almost continuous (like in GSM settings). The probably most signiﬁcant example of quality of service oriented middleware is Mobiware , which uses CORBA, IIOP and Java to allow service quality adaptation in mobile setting.
Secondly, synchronous point-to-point communication supported by object-oriented middleware systems, such as CORBA , requires the client asking for a service, and the server delivering that service, to be up and running simultaneously. , no network coverage). Finally, traditional distributed systems assume a stationary execution environment, characterised by stable and high bandwidth, ﬁxed location for every hosts. Recent developments in object oriented middleware have introduced asynchronous primitives in order to allow a more ﬂexible use.
Advanced Lectures on Networking Networking 2002 Tutorials by Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni