Generation of self-optimizing wireless network applications Conference

cited authors

  • Sadjadi, SM; McKinley, PK; Stirewalt, REK; Cheng, BHC

fiu authors

abstract

  • The application of transparent reflective aspect programming (TRAP) for Java programs to a multicast audio application was discussed. The audio-streaming application (ASA) was designed to deliver interactive audio from a microphone at one network node to multiple receiving nodes. The TRAP/J was made adaptable to wireless environment. Experiments on a mobile computing testbed demonstrated the utility of the TRAP/J to transparently and automatically enhance an existing application with new adaptive behavior, thus enabling the ASA to better deal with highly variable conditions in wireless networks.

publication date

  • September 27, 2004

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 310

end page

  • 311