Data Management in Mobile and Wireless Environments. George Samaras. University of Cyprus 23-10-2006. The DBMS Group & Collaborators. Panagiotou Christoforos Dimos Georgiadis Papastavrou Stavros Polyviou Stavros Panyiotou Andreas Xariklia Skoutelli Maria Andreou
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University of Cyprus
Dagstuhl Oct. 2006
The Mobile Environment
the characteristics and limitations of this environment affect a number of aspects of distributed computing and give birth to a number of interesting research challenges
Wireless mobile computing breaks the stationary
barrier and allows users to compute and access
information anywhere, anytime and from any device
The Research Flow: user’s aspect area itinerary
“The problem in times of turbulence is not the turbulence; it is acting with yesterday’s logic.”
If you’re trying to look far ahead, and what you see seems like science fiction, it might be wrong.
But if it doesn’t seem like science fiction, it’s definitely wrong.