Michael Soffner

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Today, often small, heterogeneous systems have to cooperate in order to fulfill a certain task. Interoperability between these systems is needed for their collaboration. However, achieving this interoperability raises several problems. For example, embedded systems might induce a higher probability for a system failure due to constrained power supply.(More)
Ubiquitous computing is getting more important since requirements for complex systems grow fast. In these systems, embedded devices have to fulfill different tasks. They have to monitor the environment, store data, communicate with other devices, and react to user input. In addition to this complexity, quality issues such as security and reliability have to(More)
In complex systems, e.g., in logistic hubs, cars or factories, there is a need for real time decision support. In present approaches the transfer and storage process and subsequent analysis of data in real time is not possible. One reason is that data sources can fail and thus the information flow is interrupted. Furthermore there is a large divergence of(More)
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