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Déploiement sensible au contexte et reconfiguration des applications dans les sessions collaboratives

Abstract : The processes of context-aware deployment and reconfiguration of applications within collaborative sessions manage initial and later distribution of collaborative tools within participant nodes while taking into account various constraints. These constraints come from the session structure, the running environments and the relationships among participant nodes. The majority of works related to deployment and reconfiguration topics propose solutions that mainly address the two first points without giving enough importance to the last point. Thus, the deployed applications satisfy users needs and are compatible with local context but interoperability with already deployed applications on neighbouring nodes is not verified. Moreover, the control of deployment and the discovery of required applications are made in a centralized way and require human intervention. We propose an approach for automatic deployment and reconfiguration based on a decentralized algorithm that runs on each deployment node. This algorithm uses abstract models to generate valid deployment configurations respecting all constraints. A Peer-to-Peer platform has been developed. It is composed of generic modules to implement this algorithm. Finally, several prototypes have been implemented. Performance assessments have been led in order to evaluate our approach.
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Emir Hammami. Déploiement sensible au contexte et reconfiguration des applications dans les sessions collaboratives. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-00206285⟩

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