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Provides an overview of technical challenges for accessing broadcasted Web services over Wireless media
Presents innovative solutions for efficiently accessing simple and composed services in single and multi-channel wireless environment
Details novel infrastructure that provides multi-channel broadcast framework for mobile users to effectively discover and access composite M-services
Access to Mobile Services focuses on methods for accessing broadcast based M-services from multiple wireless channels. This book presents a novel infrastructure that provides a multi-channel broadcast framework for mobile users to effectively discover and access composite M-services. Multi-channel algorithms are proposed for efficiently accessing composite services.
Access to Mobile Services provides an in-depth survey of wireless data access and motivates the need to treat mobile services differently. A wireless adaptation of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is also covered.
Designed for researchers and practitioners who work in the general area of mobile services, this book is also suitable for advanced-level students in computer science.
Forewords by: Michael P. Papazoglou, Tilburg University, The Netherlands Fabio Casati, University of Trento, Italy
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Access - Broadcast - M-services - SOA - Service Oriented Architecture - computer science - currentsmp - mobile services - multiple wireless channels
Access to Broadcast M-services: Issues and Challenges.- Traditional Data Access Methods.- Adaptive Data Access Methods.- Efficient Access to Simple M-services Using Traditional Methods.- Semantic Access to Composite M-services.- Broadcast Channel Organization.- Implementation and Practical Study.- Open Problems.