By Jon Crowcroft, Ian Pratt (auth.), Enrico Gregori, Giuseppe Anastasi, Stefano Basagni (eds.)

This e-book provides the revised model of 7 tutorials given on the NETWORKING 2002 convention in Pisa, Italy in could 2002.
The academics current a coherent view of the center concerns within the following areas:
- peer-to-peer computing and communications
- cellular computing middleware
- community defense within the multicast framework
- categorizing computing resources based on verbal exchange patterns
- comments on ad-hoc networking
- verbal exchange via digital technologies
- optical networks.

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Emmerich Comp_1 ... Comp_m Middleware Network Operating System Hardware Comp_1 ... Host b Comp_n Middleware Comp_1 ... Comp_l Network Operating System Network Hardware Host a Middleware Network Operating System Hardware Host c Fig. 1. Example of a distributed system [20]. been attained and goals that still need to be pursued. Our aim is to help middleware practitioners and researchers to categorise, compare and evaluate the relative strengths and limitations of approaches that have been, or might be, applied to this problem.

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