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Created: ebra (10 Apr 2008)
Last edited: hamishwillee (28 Jun 2012)
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20 Jul
2008



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Engine description

  • Wireless Information Sharing Engine WISE enables file sharing between N devices running the service. The number of devices is dynamic.
  • Every device has either one or two folders dedicated for the service. One device can have one and another device two folders.
  • If one folder is used, the device does not distinguish between its own and foreign files.
  • If two folders are used, the device separates its own files from the files received from other devices.
  • The files are shared between the devices using Bluetooth with a RFCOMM-based protocol.

Source code

The source code for the maemo platform is available at garage.maemo.org

The source code for the S60 platform is available at sourceforge.net

Symbols

WISE 01.png

Initial states (example option A)

WISE 02.png

Final states (example option A)

If all devices use only one folder, the content of that folder is exactly the same after the syncronization. WISE 06.png

Syncronization process (example option A)

This example process shows only one possibility of how devices interact with each other. During one syncronization every device interacts with all the other devices. During the interaction, the device can operate either as a client or a server. WISE 03.png WISE 04.png WISE 05.png

Initial states (example option B)

WISE 07.png

Final states (example option B)

When option B is used, it is possible to extend the service to add restrictions to the files how they are shared between the devices. This, however, requires that information about other devices is saved. WISE 11.png

Syncronization process (example option B)

WISE 08.png WISE 09.png WISE 10.png

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