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Most of these systems interact directly with the underlying network OS to extract location information, process it, and present it in a convenient format to the user. One of their major limitations concerns the fact that they do not cope with heterogeneity of coordinate information, and therefore diﬀerent versions have to be released that are able to interact with speciﬁc sensor technologies, such as the Global Positioning System (GPS) outdoors, and infrared and radio frequency indoors. To enhance the development of location-based services and applications, and reduce their development cycle, middleware systems have been built that integrate diﬀerent positioning technologies by providing a common interface to the diﬀerent positioning systems.
In between the two types of network there is a large range of other network solutions which adopt aspects of both. We believe these heterogeneous networks, where ﬁxed components interact with ad-hoc areas, and where diﬀerent connectivity technologies are used, are going to be the networks of the future and that middleware should provide support for them. Much eﬀort has recently been devolved towards middleware for mobile networks, even if the term mobile network has often been used meaning diﬀerent things.
2 What Is a Mobile Distributed System? In this section, we introduce a framework that we will use to highlight the similarities but more importantly the diﬀerences between ﬁxed distributed systems and mobile systems. This preliminary discussion is necessary to understand the diﬀerent requirements that middleware for ﬁxed distributed systems and middleware for mobile systems should satisfy. 1 23 Characterisation of Distributed Systems and Middleware A distributed system consists of a collection of components, distributed over various computers (also called hosts) connected via a computer network.