Helmut Dohmann

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The implementation of distributed applications can be based on a multiplicity of technologies, e.g. plain sockets, Remote Procedure Call (RPC), Remote Method Invocation (RMI), Java Message Service (JMS), .NET Remoting, or Web Services. These technologies differ widely in complexity, interoperability, standardization, and ease of use. To achieve the highest(More)
Web services are supported by almost all major software vendors, but nevertheless there is still a certain barrier that prevents a broader user community to actually use them. The barrier is the lack of appropriate clients offered in conjunction with the services. This paper presents a Web Service Browser that automatically generates a dynamic user(More)
The adoption of service-oriented architectures based on web services in industrial automation promises increased interoperability and flexibility. However, industrial automation requires real-time processing, i.e. a task has to be processed within a specific deadline, which is a large obstacle for utilizing web services in this domain.The Time-Constrained(More)
The use of web services in industrial automation, e.g. in fully automated production processes like car manufacturing, promises simplified interaction among the manufacturing devices due to standardized protocols and increased flexibility with respect to process implementation and reengineering. Moreover, the adoption of web services as a seamless(More)
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