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moboNet: A Mobile Code System for .NET CF Devices

Kirk, D.S. and Ferguson, R.I. (2004) moboNet: A Mobile Code System for .NET CF Devices. In: Workshop for recipients of the Microsoft Research Innovation Excellence Award for Embedded Systems, 2004-09-07 - 2004-09-08.

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Abstract

The aim of this project was to develop a Mobile Code System for the .Net Compact Framework platform. The system that has been developed supports the code on demand (COD) and mobile agent (MA) mobility paradigms. COD moves the source code for an application to a target device. While MAs move executing applications (code and state) to a target device. The system supports both 'push' and 'pull' operations. Where a device either pushes an application from itself to a remote target or pulls an application to itself from a remote device.