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Assuming the world becomes populated with a substantial number of wireless mobile computers, some new problems will arise in the design of software architecture. The article describes three modern paradigms from an application development perspective for mobile computing: the client/server model, the agent based client/server model (also called client-agent-server) and the mobile agent model. We present each of many software components involved in mobile computing solutions from a mobile client's perspective and a schematic of major software components for client and server implementation is presented. Moreover, client device software drivers and network connectivity are introduced. Now this architecture is implemented under our project named 'HBH Concise Data Network'.