Real-time service-oriented communication protocols on resource constrained devices

  title={Real-time service-oriented communication protocols on resource constrained devices},
  author={Guido Moritz and Steffen Pr{\"u}ter and Dirk Timmermann and Frank Golatowski},
  journal={2008 International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information Technology},
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) become more and more important in connecting devices with each other. The main advantages of service-oriented architectures are a higher abstraction level and interoperability of devices. In this area, Web services have become an important standard for communication between devices. However, this upcoming technology is only available on devices with sufficient resources. Therefore, embedded devices are often excluded from the deployment of Web services due to… 
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