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On the modeling of dynamic reconfiguration of embedded service oriented applications

  title={On the modeling of dynamic reconfiguration of embedded service oriented applications},
  author={Aintzane Armentia and El{\'i}sabet Est{\'e}vez Est{\'e}vez and Isabel Sarachaga and Marga Marcos},
Service Oriented architectures are becoming very popular to meet the requirements of complex current applications demanding distribution and heterogeneity in open environments. The loose coupling provides reusability and interoperability, avoiding platform dependencies and saving time and development costs. The iLAND-ARTEMIS project goes a step further aiming at the development of a service-based middleware framework capable of supporting deterministic dynamic functional composition and… 

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