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Emergent middleware: rethinking interoperability for complex pervasive systems

Abstract : Complex systems are characterized by extreme heterogeneity and dynamic composition, and hence pose significant challenges to achieve interoperability. For example, where multiple middleware solutions and protocols are employed, these must be connected in order for applications to operate. We propose a new approach to interoperability that focuses of monitoring, learning and synthesis of middleware behaviour.
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Paul Grace, Carlos Flores, Gordon Blair. Emergent middleware: rethinking interoperability for complex pervasive systems. 10th ACM/IFIP/USENIX International Conference on Middleware Poster Session, Dec 2009, Urbanna, Illinois, United States. ⟨inria-00459163⟩

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