Dynamic service reconfiguration for wireless web access

Dynamic service reconfiguration for wireless web access Dynamic Service Reconfiguration for Wireless Web Access Siu-Nam Chuang Alvin T.S. Chan Jiannong Cao Ronnie Cheung Department of Computing The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hung Hom, Kowloon Hong Kong, SAR, China {cssiunam, cstschan, csjcao, csronnie}@comp.polyu.edu.hk ABSTRACT This paper describes a dynamic service reconfiguration model where the proxy is composed of a chain of service objects called mobilets (pronounced as mo-be-lets), which can be deployed onto the network actively. This model offers flexibility because the chain of mobilets can be dynamically reconfigured to adapt to the vigorous changes in the characteristics of the wireless environment, without interrupting the service provision for other mobile nodes. Furthermore, mobilets can also be migrated to a new proxy server when the mobile node moves to a different network domain. We have realized the dynamic service reconfiguration model by crafting its design into a programmable infrastructure that forms the baseline architecture of the WebPADS (short for Web Proxy for Actively Deployable Services) system. these assumptions, and the continuous drive towards mobile access and Web traffic, have motivated us to address the challenges of Web access in a mobile environment. Efficient Web access over a wireless network is challenging because of the varying characteristics of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Dynamic service reconfiguration for wireless web access

Association for Computing Machinery — May 20, 2003

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Dynamic Service Reconfiguration for Wireless Web Access Siu-Nam Chuang Alvin T.S. Chan Jiannong Cao Ronnie Cheung Department of Computing The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hung Hom, Kowloon Hong Kong, SAR, China {cssiunam, cstschan, csjcao, csronnie}@comp.polyu.edu.hk ABSTRACT This paper describes a dynamic service reconfiguration model where the proxy is composed of a chain of service objects called mobilets (pronounced as mo-be-lets), which can be deployed onto the network actively. This model offers flexibility because the chain of mobilets can be dynamically reconfigured to adapt to the vigorous changes in the characteristics of the wireless environment, without interrupting the service provision for other mobile nodes. Furthermore, mobilets can also be migrated to a new proxy server when the mobile node moves to a different network domain. We have realized the dynamic service reconfiguration model by crafting its design into a programmable infrastructure that forms the baseline architecture of the WebPADS (short for Web Proxy for Actively Deployable Services) system. these assumptions, and the continuous drive towards mobile access and Web traffic, have motivated us to address the challenges of Web access in a mobile environment. Efficient Web access over a wireless network is challenging because of the varying characteristics of

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