With the growing research into mobile and ubiquitous computing, there is a need for addressing how such infrastructures can support collaboration between nomadic users. We present the activity based computing paradigm and outline a proposal for handling collaboration in an activity-based architecture. We argue that activity-based computing establishes a natural and sound conceptual and architectural basis for session management in real-time, synchronous collaboration.
Fourth Working Ieee/ifip Conference on Software Architecture, 2004. Wicsa 2004. Proceedings, 2004, p. 325-328
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Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture. WISCA 2004