Proximity groups for mobile Ad Hoc networks
Citation:Kulpreet Singh, Siobhan Clarke, Andronikos Nedos, and Vinny Cahill., Proximity groups for mobile Ad Hoc networks, OOPSLA 2002 Workshop on Pervasive Computing, Seattle, WA, USA, November, 2002
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With the developments in the field of wireless ad-hoc networks combined with low-cost communication and computational devices, pervasive environments are closer to reality than ever. As such environments become more prevalent, they will simply be ?invisible? to the user, and as a result, he will not distinguish wireless, ad-hoc infrastructures with wired, fixed ones. From the user perspective, the fact that the network now supports mobility means that those group-based activities enjoyed with the traditional PC-based paradigm should, of course, be available when roaming with a mobile device. In the not-so-distant future, teleconference meetings, online augmented reality gaming and other ?collaborative work" activities with mobile participants will seem perfectly reasonable.
Seattle, WA, USA
Other Titles:OOPSLA 2002 Workshop on Pervasive Computing
Type of material:Conference Paper
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