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In mobile peer-to-peer applications, a common pattern is to maintain a collection of remotely-hosted objects. Traditional approaches require programmers to manually track the connectivity state of these remote objects and add them or remove them from local collections on a per-object basis. Because this happens concurrently with the rest of the application code, it hinders the composability of such collections and leads to subtle and hard to find bugs. In this paper, we propose an abstractiondoi:10.14279/tuj.eceasst.43.585 dblp:journals/eceasst/HarnieBCSM11 fatcat:lwbdywdeu5ht5bsuyzfzwdr5d4