Supporting disconnected operations in mobile computing
Abawajy, Jemal and Mat Deris, M. 2006, Supporting disconnected operations in mobile computing, in 4th ACS/IEEE international conference on computer systems and applications, IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 911-918.
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4th ACS/IEEE international conference on computer systems and applications
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications
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Mobile computing has enabled users to seamlessly access databases even when they are on the move. However, in the absence of readily available high-quality communication, users are often forced to operate disconnected from the network. As a result, software applications have to be redesigned to take advantage of this environment while accommodating the new challenges posed by mobility. In particular, there is a need for replication and synchronization services in order to guarantee availability of data and functionality, (including updates) in disconnected mode. To this end we propose a scalable and highly available data replication and management service. The proposed replication technique is compared with a baseline replication technique and shown to exhibit high availability, fault tolerance and minimal access times of the data and services, which are very important in an environment with low-quality communication links.
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