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Published on March 11, 2009

Author: fahadaijaz

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Research Area B1 Protocols for Ubiquitous Mobile Web Services Fahad Aijaz Chair of Communication Networks (ComNets) January 31, 2007

Pre-existent Work Mobile Web Service Framework Mobile Web Service server Alternative protocol bindings (WAP, UDP, SR-UDP) Session and mobility management using SIP & IMS Context dissemination (Publish/Subscribe based) Traffic Performance analysis Analytical Mobile Web Service model Markov channel model Signal Flow Graph based link and transport layer ARQ model Measurements with prototypical implementations Mobile channel and physical layer model (GPRS) Fixed Network (Internet) Model Session, presentation, application layer model (SOAP, SIP, HTTP, WAP) Network, transport layer model (TCP, UDP, IP) Mobile link layer model (GPRS)

Mobile Web Service Framework

Mobile Web Service server

Alternative protocol bindings (WAP, UDP, SR-UDP)

Session and mobility management using SIP & IMS

Context dissemination (Publish/Subscribe based)

Traffic Performance analysis

Analytical Mobile Web Service model

Markov channel model

Signal Flow Graph based link and transport layer ARQ model

Measurements with prototypical implementations

Mobile Web Services: Nokia and ComNets compared Nokia Frederick Hirsch, John Kemp, Jani Ilkka, “Mobile Web Services - Architecture and Implementation”, 2006, J. Wiley & Sons Nokia’s Vision …. (Source: connect 11/2006) ComNets Mobile Server and Mobile Web Service Framework developed at ComNets in 2003 and published in 01/2005 (see Roadmap History and Future Research)

Nokia

Frederick Hirsch, John Kemp, Jani Ilkka, “Mobile Web Services - Architecture and Implementation”, 2006, J. Wiley & Sons

Nokia’s Vision …. (Source: connect 11/2006)

ComNets

Mobile Server and Mobile Web Service Framework developed at ComNets in 2003 and published in 01/2005 (see Roadmap History and Future Research)

Mobile Web Services: Roadmap History at ComNets 2003: Enhanced Mobile Web Services Access using WAP and WS-Security (Prototype ready) Gehlen, G. and Bergs, R..”Performance of mobile Web Service Access using the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)”, In Proceedings of World Wireless Congress 2004, p.p. 427-432, San Francisco, USA 2004: Mobile Web Service Provisioning and P2P Web Services (Prototype ready) Gehlen, G. and Pham, L.”Mobile Web Services for Peer-to-Peer Applications”, In Proceedings of the Consumer Communications and Networking Conference 2005, p. 7, Las Vegas, USA Pham, L. and Gehlen, G.”Realization and Performance Analysis of a SOAP Server for Mobile Devices”, In Proceedings of the 11th European Wireless Confernce 2005, Vol. 2, p.p. 791-797, Nicosia, Cyprus 2005: Mobile Web Services for Context-aware applications (Prototype ready) Gehlen, G. and Mavromatis, G.,”Mobile Web Service based Middleware for Context-Aware Applications”, In Proceedings of the 11th European Wireless Conference 2005, Vol. 2, p.p. 784-790, Nicosia, Cyprus 2006: Transport Layer Enhancements for Mobile Web Services using Simple Reliable UDP (SR-UDP) (Prototype ready) Gehlen, G. and Aijaz, F. and Walke, B. “An enhanced UDP SOAP-Binding for a mobile Web Service based Middleware”, In Proceedings of IST Mobile Summit 06, p. 8, Myconos, Greece06  Gehlen, G. and Aijaz, F. and Walke, B. “Mobile Web Service Communication over UDP”, In Proceedings of the 64th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, p. 1, Montréal, Canada 2006: P2P Mobile Web Services within the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) (Prototype ready) Gehlen, G. and Aijaz, F. and Yi Zhu, and Walke, B., ”Mobile P2P Web Service Creation using SIP”, In Proceedings of the 4th international Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia (MOMM2006), p.p. 39-48, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2003: Enhanced Mobile Web Services Access using WAP and WS-Security (Prototype ready)

Gehlen, G. and Bergs, R..”Performance of mobile Web Service Access using the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)”, In Proceedings of World Wireless Congress 2004, p.p. 427-432, San Francisco, USA

2004: Mobile Web Service Provisioning and P2P Web Services (Prototype ready)

Gehlen, G. and Pham, L.”Mobile Web Services for Peer-to-Peer Applications”, In Proceedings of the Consumer Communications and Networking Conference 2005, p. 7, Las Vegas, USA

Pham, L. and Gehlen, G.”Realization and Performance Analysis of a SOAP Server for Mobile Devices”, In Proceedings of the 11th European Wireless Confernce 2005, Vol. 2, p.p. 791-797, Nicosia, Cyprus

2005: Mobile Web Services for Context-aware applications (Prototype ready)

Gehlen, G. and Mavromatis, G.,”Mobile Web Service based Middleware for Context-Aware Applications”, In Proceedings of the 11th European Wireless Conference 2005, Vol. 2, p.p. 784-790, Nicosia, Cyprus

2006: Transport Layer Enhancements for Mobile Web Services using Simple Reliable UDP (SR-UDP) (Prototype ready)

Gehlen, G. and Aijaz, F. and Walke, B. “An enhanced UDP SOAP-Binding for a mobile Web Service based Middleware”, In Proceedings of IST Mobile Summit 06, p. 8, Myconos, Greece06 

Gehlen, G. and Aijaz, F. and Walke, B. “Mobile Web Service Communication over UDP”, In Proceedings of the 64th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, p. 1, Montréal, Canada

2006: P2P Mobile Web Services within the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) (Prototype ready)

Gehlen, G. and Aijaz, F. and Yi Zhu, and Walke, B., ”Mobile P2P Web Service Creation using SIP”, In Proceedings of the 4th international Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia (MOMM2006), p.p. 39-48, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Mid-Scoped Research Vision Vision Ubiquitous Mobile Web Services Any device provides service to any other device in the world Services are discovered, aggregated and invoked depending upon the user’s context Requirements Low cost & High-speed network High-load multiple format data transmissions Synchronous and asynchronous service invocation mechanisms

Vision

Ubiquitous Mobile Web Services

Any device provides service to any other device in the world

Services are discovered, aggregated and invoked depending upon the user’s context

Requirements

Low cost & High-speed network

High-load multiple format data transmissions

Synchronous and asynchronous service invocation mechanisms

Mobile Web Services Future Research at ComNets 2007: Asynchronous Mobile Web Services Asynchronous service access support for Mobile Web Services Framework. Proof-of-concept with prototypical implementation. Implementation of example application utilizing Asynchronous Mobile Web Services. Traffic performance analysis/comparison. Asynchronous vs. Synchronous service access. Asynchronous interaction patterns. 2007: Mobile load/protocol model for ComNets Wireless Network Simulator (WNS) 2007: Mobile Web Services for Telematics Mobile Web Services deployed on telematics devices Initiative for context dissemination support among vehicles Enable Rule based monitoring in telematics solutions Further Research (2007 onwards): Mobile Web Services for the automotive domain Cooperation with car manufactures, telematic service provider Mobile Web services for secure P2P communication using Internet Indirection Infrastructure Direct partner: Prof. Dr. Klaus Wehrle Building a UMIC Testbed/Playground with prototypical implementations P2P services Plug ‘n‘ Play services Asynchronous and synchronous service consumption Mobile Web Service enabled telematics devices Mobile Web Services Framework Asynchronous Access Synchronous Access Delay Time Independent Processing Time Dependent Processing Service Request Service Response

2007: Asynchronous Mobile Web Services

Asynchronous service access support for Mobile Web Services Framework.

Proof-of-concept with prototypical implementation.

Implementation of example application utilizing Asynchronous Mobile Web Services.

Traffic performance analysis/comparison.

Asynchronous vs. Synchronous service access.

Asynchronous interaction patterns.

2007: Mobile load/protocol model for ComNets Wireless Network Simulator (WNS)

2007: Mobile Web Services for Telematics

Mobile Web Services deployed on telematics devices

Initiative for context dissemination support among vehicles

Enable Rule based monitoring in telematics solutions

Further Research (2007 onwards):

Mobile Web Services for the automotive domain

Cooperation with car manufactures, telematic service provider

Mobile Web services for secure P2P communication using Internet Indirection Infrastructure

Direct partner: Prof. Dr. Klaus Wehrle

Building a UMIC Testbed/Playground with prototypical implementations

P2P services

Plug ‘n‘ Play services

Asynchronous and synchronous service consumption

Mobile Web Service enabled telematics devices

Potential Cooperation Partners Industry Partners European Microsoft Innovation Center (EMIC) Ericsson Eurolab (EED) UMIC Partners Prof. M. Jarke; Chair of Information Systems (I-5) Prof. O. Spaniol; Chair of Communication and Distributed Systems (I-4) Prof. P. Mähönen; Ericsson Chair of Wireless Networks Prof. J. Borchers; Chair of Media Computing and Interactive Systems (I-10)

Industry Partners

European Microsoft Innovation Center (EMIC)

Ericsson Eurolab (EED)

UMIC Partners

Prof. M. Jarke; Chair of Information Systems (I-5)

Prof. O. Spaniol; Chair of Communication and Distributed Systems (I-4)

Prof. P. Mähönen; Ericsson Chair of Wireless Networks

Prof. J. Borchers; Chair of Media Computing and Interactive Systems (I-10)

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