A Hybrid CARV Architecture for Pervasive Computing Environments
This paper describes a hybrid CARV software architecture that is running on situation-aware middleware for a web based distance education system which has an object with a various information for each session. There are two approaches to software architecture on which distributed, collaborative applications are based. Those include CACV(Centralized-Abstraction and Centralized-View) and RARV(Replicated-Abstraction and Replicated-View). We propose an adaptive concurrency control QOS agent based on a hybrid software architecture which is adopting the advantage of CACV and RARV for situation-aware middleware.
KeywordsUbiquitous Computing Concurrency Control Centralize Architecture Floor Control Collaborative Application
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