Interoperability of Service Discovery Protocols: Transparent versus Explicit Approaches

@inproceedings{Bromberg2006InteroperabilityOS,
  title={Interoperability of Service Discovery Protocols: Transparent versus Explicit Approaches},
  author={Y{\'e}rom-David Bromberg and Val{\'e}rie Issarny and Pierre-Guillaume Raverdy},
  year={2006}
}
Discovering networked services in pervasive computing environments is problematic as multiple Service Discovery Protocols (SDPs), differing on their services description formats as well as advertisement and request models, have already become (de-facto) standards. This calls for a solution to SDP interoperability, enabling clients to locate networked services independent of the SDP they use to advertise their presence. In this paper, we report on our experience in developing two such solutions… CONTINUE READING

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