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We observe two of the recent trends in information technology. Cloud Computing (CC) is widely accepted as an effective reuse paradigm. Mobile Computing with Mobile Internet Device (MID) such as iPhones and Android devices becomes a convenient alternative to personal computers by integrating mobility, communication, software functionality, and entertainment.(More)
A Cyber-Physical System (CPS) is defined as integrations of computation and physical processes. In CPS, downsized embedded devices monitor and manage the physical process. Mobile Internet Device (MID), as a portable handheld device designed for mobility providing a down-graded computing capability, can be used as a strong candidate for client-side devices(More)
In service-oriented computing (SOC), services are designed not just for a dedicated client, but for a family of potential clients who typically discover and compose services dynamically. For services to be generic and hence serviceable to different users in a given domain, the service variability among different clients must be analyzed and modeled into(More)
Dynamic composition is a key feature of service-oriented computing (SOC) where services are discovered and composed at runtime. Current standards and methods for service compositions require statically binding published WSDL interfaces into compositions in BPEL. In this paper, we present our early result of a framework for dynamic composition on enterprise(More)
Mobile Internet Device (MID), as a portable handheld device, becomes a strong candidate for client-side computing. Android is a mobile operating system, being accepted as the operating system and a platform for MID applications. However, MID has a limited resource and computing power, and Android has an architecture and its components which are not commonly(More)