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Table Of Contents

1) Three parties
2) Products
4) SQL Anywhere Technologies
5) IBM DB2 Everyplace (DB2e)
6) Microsoft SQL Server Compact (formerly SQL Server 2005 Mobile Edition)
7) Oracle9i Lite
8) Others
MobiSnap
2. MOBILE DATABASE SYSTEMS
2.1 Fully Connected Information Space
2.2 Personal Communication System (PCS)
Cellular telephony overview
Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS)
Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM)
EIA/TIA IS-136 Digital Cellular
System
EIA/TIA IS-95 Digital Cellular
Cordless Telephone, Second
Generation (CT2)
Digital European Cordless Telephone (DECT)
Low-tier PCS telephony overview
Personal Handy Phone System
(PHS)
Personal Access Communications
Systems (PACS)
System High-tier Cellular Low-tier PCS Cordless
Cell size Large (0.4-22 mile) Medium (30-300’) Small (30-60’)
Low ( 30 mph)
Small/Zonal, picocell
High Low Low
High (100-800 mW) Low (5-10 mW) Low (5-10 mW)
Low (8-13 Kbps) High (32 Kpbs) High (32 Kpbs)
High ( 600 ms) Low ( 10 ms) Low ( 20 ms)
Wireless Components
Mobile Units (MU):
Mobile cell
Roaming
Administrative constraints
Technical constraints
2.3 Mobile Database Systems (MDS)
What is a Mobile Database System (MDS)?
MDS Applications
MDS Limitations
MDS capabilities
MDS Issues
A Reference Architecture (Client-Server model)
MDS Data Management Issues
Data Broadcast (Broadcast disk)
Location Dependent Data (LDD)
Transaction fragments for distributed execution
Clustering:
Semantics Based:
Serialization of concurrent execution
Mobile Transaction execution
Database update to maintain global consistency
Transaction commit
Requirements
Protocol:
Transaction and database recovery
Mobile Agent Technology
Mobile E-commerce
2.5 Query Processing
MDS Query processing
Location dependent query
2.6 Location and Handoff Management
Location Management
Handoff Management
Handoff Detection
Mobile-Assisted Handoff (MAHO):
Mobile-Controlled Handoff (MCHO):
Network-Controlled Handoff (NCHO):
Radio Link Transfer
2.6 Wireless Information Broadcast
Data Broadcast Mode
Pull Process
Push Process
Push Application
Accessing Information from Broadcast
Push Advantages and Disadvantages
Advantages
Disadvantages
Market for Push Technology
BROADCAST DISK
Bandwidth Allocation
BROADCAST INFRASTRUCTURE
Data Access Frequency
Data Staging with Surrogates
3. MOBILE DATABASE SECURITY
3.1 MOBILE CONDITIONS
3.2 PROTECTION OBJECTS AND ACTIONS
4. Conclusions
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50928179 Security in Mobile Database Systems

50928179 Security in Mobile Database Systems

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