Mobile Computing Environments for Multimedia Systems: A by B. Prabhakaran, Mohsen Kavehrad

By B. Prabhakaran, Mohsen Kavehrad

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Although, LDAP's standard offers limited distributed support, some commercial implementations meet a few of the requirements including replication, and smart referrals. 500. In addition, the search for a mobile user through NPAS's virtual network is performed using iterative-navigation. Here, the LDAP client contacts successive servers as necessary in order to resolve the query. 2. Messaging services The Messaging Services (MS), the second component of NPAS, constitutes messaging applications employing text, graphics, video for communications.

Instead of an expensive simulation of a complex network, it will provide an easy to use sandbox for experiments in the area of distributed multimedia applications. Each node in the emulated network is represented by a real computer attached to the fixed network. This way it is possible to use real (multimedia) devices in applications running on top of the emulation. We aim to develop and test location aware multimedia applications where our emulator serves as a safe and reliable test environment before going to the real world.

The term logon means the same as user registration; the choice of this term identifies with the implementation done in this work. An implicit logon implies that a nomad does not consciously inform the network about its whereabouts. However, the network through its sensors traces a nomads location. The examples of an explicit logon are typical textual logon, audio logon (user calls to inform the system of hislher current location), access-card logon (using the Smart Card as in GSM [29]), and electronic calendars of [1].

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