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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Because of the dynamic nature of mobile ad hoc networks and the applications running on top of them, these applications have to be conceived as event-driven architectures. Such architectures are hard to program because coordination between concurrent and distributed mobile components has to be expressed by means of event handlers or callbacks. Applications consisting of disjoint event handlers that are independently triggered (possibly by their environment) exhibit a very implicit control flowdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-13414-2_6 fatcat:5fhfqmk3ijh5tewcdqg7o3xp44