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Component DBMS Architecture for Nomadic Computing

Julie McCann, Steven Crane

Conference or Workshop Paper
16th British National Conference on Database BNCOD 16 Cardiff, Wales, July 6-8, 1998
July, 1998
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Volume 1405
pp.175–176
Springer-Verlag
DOI 10.1007/BFb0053467
Abstract

Current database management system technology is unable to provide adequate support for Nomadic Computing. Mobile applications require systems which are sufficiently lightweight and customisable to provide high performance while consuming minimal power, yet extensible enough to adapt to a constantly changing environment. Current DBMS architectures do not provide this level of customization or adaptability. In this paper we introduce Component-Based Database Management Systems (CBDMS) and discuss their suitability for mobile computing.

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