A New Approach for Implementing RMI in Mobile Phone Platforms
This paper discusses challenges of implementing RMI over mobile phone platforms. Improving Distributed Computing capabilities in mobile phones has three emerging challenges: first, mobile devices have a limited processing power and storage, second, mobile devices have a limited electrical power, and third, there is a limited networking capability. Java RMI supports wireless environments, such as Bluetooth, General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), and Wirelesses LAN (WLAN). It provides a software infrastructure for Desktop and Server environments, but unfortunately there is a lack of support over limited devices such as mobile phones.