Service Migration Protocol for NFC Links

Anders Nickelsen, Hans-Peter Schwefel, Miquel Martin

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In future ubiquitous communication environments, users expect to move freely while continuously interacting with the available applications through a variety of devices. Interactive applications will therefore need to support migration, which means to follow users and adapt to the changing context of use while preserving state. This paper focuses on the scenario of migration between two devices in which the actual migration procedure is executed over near-field communication (NFC) ad-hoc links. The NFC link is interesting as it gives the user the perception of trust and enables service continuity in cases where mid- or long-range wireless connectivity is unavailable. Based on an experimental performance analysis of a specific NFC platform, the paper presents a migration orchestration protocol with low overhead and low delays to be used with NFC links. Experimental results allow to conclude on the sizes of application state that can be expected to be feasible for such ad-hoc NFC migration.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
BogserieLecture Notes in Computer Science
Vol/bind6164
Sider (fra-til)41-50
ISSN0302-9743
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 30 jun. 2010
BegivenhedEUNICE 2010 - Networked Services and Applications – Engineering, Control and Management - Trondheim, Norge
Varighed: 28 jun. 201030 jun. 2010

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KonferenceEUNICE 2010 - Networked Services and Applications – Engineering, Control and Management
LandNorge
ByTrondheim
Periode28/06/201030/06/2010

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Near-field
Telecommunication links
Migration
Orchestration
Experimental Analysis
Range of data
Performance Analysis
Communication
Near field communication
Connectivity
Scenarios
Experimental Results

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Nickelsen, Anders ; Schwefel, Hans-Peter ; Martin, Miquel. / Service Migration Protocol for NFC Links. I: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 2010 ; Bind 6164. s. 41-50.
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Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftKonferenceartikel i tidsskriftForskningpeer review

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