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A Survey on Service Composition Middleware in Pervasive Environments

Abstract

The development of pervasive computing has put the light on a challenging problem: how to dynamically compose services in heterogeneous and highly changing environments? We propose a survey that defines the service composition as a sequence of four steps: the translation, the generation, the evaluation, and finally the execution. With this powerful and simple model we describe the major service composition middleware. Then, a classification of these service composition middleware according to pervasive requirements - interoperability, discoverability, adaptability, context awareness, QoS management, security, spontaneous management, and autonomous management - is given. The classification highlights what has been done and what remains to do to develop the service composition in pervasive environments.
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inria-00414117 , version 1 (07-09-2009)

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Noha Ibrahim, Frédéric Le Mouël. A Survey on Service Composition Middleware in Pervasive Environments. International Journal of Computer Science, 2009, 1, pp.1--12. ⟨inria-00414117⟩
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