Mobile Web Service Discovery in Peer to Peer Networks
The advanced features of todays smart phones and hand held devices, like the increased memory and processing capabilities, allowed them to act even as information providers. Thus a smart phone hosting web services is not a fancy anymore. But the relevant discovery of these services provided by the smart phones has became quite complex, because of the volume of services possible with each Mobile Host providing some services. Centralized registries have severe drawbacks in such a scenario and alternate means of service discovery are to be addressed. P2P domain with it resource sharing capabilities comes quite handy and here in this paper we provide an alternate approach to UDDI registry for discovering mobile web services. The services are published into the P2P network as JXTA modules and the discovery issues of these module advertisements are addressed. The approach also provides alternate means of identifying the Mobile Host.
5th International Workshop on Ubiquitous Mobile Information and Collaboration Systems, UMICS 2007, a CAiSE'07 workshop, June 11-12th, 2007
5th International Workshop on Ubiquitous Mobile Information and Collaboration Systems, UMICS 2007, a CAiSE'07 workshop, 2007 .