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Dynamic Binding Framework for Open Device Services

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Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (UIC 2007)

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We present a SOA-based, dynamic, extensible service binding framework that exports public services built on embedded systems’ low-level capabilities. We have also implemented our framework on a small device equipped on a robot and demonstrated various interactions between our system and other services or devices. Our work is different from the SOA (Service Oriented Architecture)-based products many software vendors have announced in that our framework develops low-level device capabilities into public services that are readily integrated into existing high-level services. Recent proliferation of embedded systems made the motivation of this work.

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Jadwiga Indulska Jianhua Ma Laurence T. Yang Theo Ungerer Jiannong Cao

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Yeom, G. (2007). Dynamic Binding Framework for Open Device Services. In: Indulska, J., Ma, J., Yang, L.T., Ungerer, T., Cao, J. (eds) Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing. UIC 2007. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4611. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

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