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Condor user interfaces for mobile terminals. Javier Vales Alonso ([email protected]) Javier González Castaño ([email protected]) Universidad de Vigo (Spain). Outline. Goals Mobile internet & wireless technologies Portable devices and their hierarchy Web system architecture

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Condor user interfaces for mobile terminals

Condor user interfaces for mobile terminals

Javier Vales Alonso ([email protected])

Javier González Castaño ([email protected])

Universidad de Vigo (Spain)


Outline

Outline

  • Goals

  • Mobile internet & wireless technologies

  • Portable devices and their hierarchy

  • Web system architecture

  • WAP system architecture

  • Examples

  • Conclusions & future work


Goals

Goals

  • Integrate Condor in the mobile internet world.

  • Allow different levels of user accessibility.

    Or: ¿what is missing in Condor to face the mobile Internet?


Mobile internet

Mobile Internet

  • Internet technologies and services for mobile devices.

  • Mobile-Internet is driven by the convergence of:

    • Wireless technologies

    • Portable devices


Wireless technologies

Wireless technologies

  • They will enable easy interconnection of a wide range of portable computing devices.

  • Present: 2G systems (GSM, IS-95).

  • Incoming: Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11), Bluetooth, HomeRF, LMDS, 3G systems (UMTS).


Mobile devices

Mobile devices

  • (Wireless) laptops (first mobile solution)

  • PDAs (Palm pilot, pocketPC,...): user interface with limited capabilities. Handwriting recognition.

  • WAP-enabled mobile phones: user interface even more limited.

  • Next: Wearable computers (less comfortable, need goggles). Speech recognition.


Condor user interfaces for mobile terminals

Condor

Condor

  • Program tuning:

  • Final-stage programming utility

  • Small modifications in source code

  • Program generation

  • Check queue status

  • Remove, hold & release jobs

  • Submit new jobs

  • Alarm on job finish

Usability

  • Check queue status

  • Remove, hold & release jobs

  • Submit new jobs

  • Program tuning

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Layer implementation

Layer implementation

  • PDA layer is implemented as a web service. This has many advantages:

    • Familiar interface.

    • WAP system implementation is a subset of PDA system implementation (compatibility & reutilization)

    • Almost all PDAs have web browsers (platform independence)

  • WAP layer uses WML browsers.


Web system architecture

Web system architecture

HTTP Server

1. Operation request

3. Non-Condor

command mapping

2. Condor

command mapping

CGI

CGI

HTML

HTML

Condor-enabled system

Non-Condor commands

Condor commands


Wap system architecture

WAP system architecture

HTTP Server

WAP

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A

T

E

W

A

Y

1. Operation

request

3. Non-Condor

command mapping

2. Condor

command mapping

CGI

CGI

WML

WML

Condor-enabled system

Non-Condor commands

Condor commands

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L

A

R

M


Wap system overview

WAP system overview


Wap system example job submission

WAP system example - Job submission


Web system overview

Web system overview


Web system overview1

Web system overview


Web system overview program tuning

Web system overviewProgram tuning


Conclusions future work

Conclusions & future work

  • Definition of usability-hierarchy for mobile internet devices

  • Assumption: Cell phone/PDA units everywhere

  • Remote execution of most functions

  • Other paradigms: Interface servers (X-Windows, Citrix)?


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