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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Enabling coordination among ubiquitous computing applications and resources requires programming abstractions and development tools tailored to this unique environment. This paper introduces a suite of coordination abstractions that enables expressive interaction between ubiquitous computing applications and dynamically available resources. In our model, applications express their coordination needs in terms of application sessions that are loosely defined by a set of interactions with remotedoi:10.1007/11767954_9 fatcat:7nykfx2h6jg2tf4rucp6pmk5cm