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  - **Asynchronous communication** Interacting with physical objects is achieved by using the message passing metaphor on the proxy objects, by means of asynchronous message passing and asynchronous signaling of return values.   - **Asynchronous communication** Interacting with physical objects is achieved by using the message passing metaphor on the proxy objects, by means of asynchronous message passing and asynchronous signaling of return values.
  - **Fault-tolerant communication** Communication failures are considered the rule rather than the exception. Failures that must be considered permanent are detected and raise the appropriate exceptions.   - **Fault-tolerant communication** Communication failures are considered the rule rather than the exception. Failures that must be considered permanent are detected and raise the appropriate exceptions.
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==== Further Reading ==== ==== Further Reading ====
-  * Distributed Object-Oriented Programming with RFID Technology. Andoni Lombide Carreton, Kevin Pinte, Wolfgang De Meuter. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 6115, Eliassen F, Kapitza R (eds.), 2010; 56–69. [{{:research:mobile_rfid.pdf|download}}((The original publication is available at [[http://www.springerlink.com|www.springerlink.com]].))].+  * Distributed Object-Oriented Programming with RFID Technology. Andoni Lombide Carreton, Kevin Pinte, Wolfgang De Meuter. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 6115, Eliassen F, Kapitza R (eds.), 2010; 56–69. [{{:research:mobile_rfid.pdf|download}}((The original publication is available at [[http://www.springerlink.com/content/517t6667573653m2|www.springerlink.com]].))].
       
 
 
 
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