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Dependability Requirements for Hovering Information

Presented at Edinburgh (United Kingdom), 25-28 June 2007
PublisherPiscataway : IEEE Conference publications
Publication date2007

Hovering information is a new concept denoting information that stays attached to a specific geographical location rather than to a specific host. As a result, when deployed over a mobile set of peers, hovering information than ”hovers” from host to host in order to remain attached to its location. This paper describes the hovering information concept and its characteristics, and then highlights dependability requirements related to this type of information dissemination.

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KONSTANTAS, Dimitri, DI MARZO SERUGENDO, Giovanna, VILLALBA CASTRO, Alfredo Alejandro. Dependability Requirements for Hovering Information. In: Supplementary Proceedings of the 37th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks - DSN′07. Edinburgh (United Kingdom). Piscataway : IEEE Conference publications, 2007. p. 36–39.
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