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By Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni

This booklet offers the revised model of 7 tutorials given on the NETWORKING 2002 convention in Pisa, Italy in might 2002.The teachers current a coherent view of the middle matters within the following areas:- peer-to-peer computing and communications- cellular computing middleware- community protection within the multicast framework- categorizing computing resources in keeping with conversation styles- feedback on ad-hoc networking- conversation via digital applied sciences- optical networks.

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5. The ISO/OSI Reference Model. During the past years, middleware technologies for distributed systems have been built and successfully used in industry. For example, object-oriented technologies like OMG CORBA [53], Microsoft COM [58] and Sun Java/RMI [52], or message-oriented technologies like IBM MQSeries [55]. Although very successful in fixed environments, these systems might not to be suitable in a mobile setting, given the different requirements that they entail. We will discuss this issue in more details in Section 4, and show how traditional middleware has been adapted for use in mobile setting in Section 5.

1 Introduction Wireless devices, such as laptop computers, mobile phones, personal digital assistants, smartcards, watches and the like, are gaining wide popularity. Their computing capabilities are growing quickly, while they are becoming smaller and smaller, and more and more part of every day life. These devices can be connected to wireless networks of increasing bandwidth, and software development kits are available that can be used by third parties to develop applications [70]. The combined use of these technologies on personal devices enables people to access their personal information as well as public resources anytime and anywhere.

In nomadic systems mobile devices move from location to location, while maintaining a connection to the fixed network. Usually, the wireless network connects the edges of a fixed infrastructure to the mobile devices. The load of computation and connectivity procedures are mainly carried out on the backbone network. Services are mainly provided by the core network to the mobile clients. In some of these, network disconnection is also allowed and services for transparent reconnection and re-synchronisation are provided.

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