Data on air — What's in it for the database theorist
Mobile and Wireless Computing is a new emerging computing paradigm posing many challenging data management problems. We provide a brief introduction to wireless technology, identify new research challenges and investigate their technical significance. New research problems emerge due to mobility of users, narrow wireless bandwidth and limitations of battery power.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.Proceedings of the Mobidata Workshop, Rutgers University, Editors: Tomasz Imielinski and Hank F. Korth, November, 1994.Google Scholar
- 2.T. Imielinski and B. R. Badrinath, “Wireless mobile computing: Challenges in data management,” In Communications of the ACM, October 1994, pp. 19–27.Google Scholar
- 3.T. Imielinski and B. R. Badrinath, “Querying in Highly distributed environments,” In the Proceedings of the 18th VLDB, August 1992, pp. 41–52.Google Scholar
- 4.D. B. Terry, D. Goldberg, D. A. Nichols, and B. M. Oki, “Continous queries over append-only databases,” Proc of the ACM SIGMOD, June 1992, pp. 321–330.Google Scholar
- 5.Samuel Sheng, Ananth Chandrasekaran, and R. W. Broderson, “A portable multimedia terminal for personal communications,” IEEE Communications Magazine, December 1992, pp. 64–75.Google Scholar
- 6.T. Imielinski, S. Vishwanathan, and B. R. Badrinath, “Energy efficient indexing on air,” In Proc of ACM SIGMOD, May 1994, pp. 25–36.Google Scholar
- 7.Y.Huang, P. Sistla and O.Wolfson, “Data Replication for Mobile Computers” In Proc of ACM SIGMOD, May 1994, pp. 13–25.Google Scholar