By Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni
This publication provides the revised model of 7 tutorials given on the NETWORKING 2002 convention in Pisa, Italy in may possibly 2002.The academics current a coherent view of the center concerns within the following areas:- peer-to-peer computing and communications- cellular computing middleware- community defense within the multicast framework- categorizing computing resources in response to communique styles- feedback on ad-hoc networking- verbal exchange via digital applied sciences- optical networks.
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Some of the approaches however target only one of the mobility aspects: for instance, many location-aware systems have been implemented to allow application to use location information to provide services. We now describe some of the developed solutions to date, starting from the examples of adaptation of object-oriented middleware such as CORBA or Java Messaging Server to mobile platforms, to solutions targeting completely ad-hoc scenarios. , nomadic setting). The main challenge in this direction is in terms of software size and protocol suitability, as already mentioned.
There have been more serious attempts in the direction of using traditional middleware using a sort of semi-asynchronous paradigm. Some involved RPC based middleware enhanced with queueing delaying or buﬀering capabilities in order to cope with intermittent disconnections. Example of these behaviours are Rover  or Mobile DCE . As we write, an implementation of the message oriented middleware JMS (Java Messaging Server) has been released . It supports point to point and publish/subscribe models, that is a device can either communicate with a single otehr (through its queue), or register on a topic an be notiﬁed of all the messages sent to that topic.
Allowing a user to request a remote service; what distinguishes diﬀerent middleware systems, is the reliability with which these requests are handled. It is in fact much more expensive to guarantee that a request will be executed exactly once, instead of providing only best-eﬀort reliability, that is, that the request may or may not be executed. As another example, we may consider replication. Replication is widely used by middleware systems in order to achieve fault tolerance and to improve scalability.