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Using remote memory paging for handheld devices in a pervasive computing environment

By Arjuna Sathiaseelan and Tomasz Radzik


Abstract. Pervasive computing is the technology for the future. With efficient smart spaces and the proliferation of mobile devices and wireless networking standards, there are a lot of interesting potential solutions to many of the current problems. Due to the nomadic life of users, devices that are portable and handheld are highly useful in a pervasive computing environment. But there are severe problems that seem to be an obstacle for the usage of handheld devices in a pervasive environment. The major problem faced by hand held devices are the lack of memory space to run bigger application processes. In this paper, we define this problem and propose a possible solution for it.

Year: 2003
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