A Lightweight Service Registry for Unstable Ad-Hoc Networks
We present a distributed systems framework for sharing knowledge and capabilities in ad-hoc networks of devices where network bandwidth, network connectivity and device computing power are severely limited. We develop a distributed registry to store knowledge of device capabilities and their invocation, implement it and show how it can be deployed in a set of network nodes to exemplify its usefulness. The ideas are exemplified with an ambient intelligence scenario known as autonomous road trains.
Keywordsdistributed service registry unstable ad-hoc networks
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