Adaptable Service Component Interface Framework in Pervasive Computing
R. Vasanthi and R. S.D. Wahidabanu
DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2012.859.863
Journal of Computer Science
Volume 8, Issue 6
Problem statement: Pervasive computing refers to visionary new ways of applying Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to our daily lives. Interoperability among pervasive networked systems, in particular accounting for the heterogeneity of protocols from the application down to the middleware layer, which is mandatory for today's and even more for tomorrow's open and highly heterogeneous networks. Approach: The high demand of mobile and wireless network for Ubiquitous computing, motivate to present an Adaptable Service Component Interface Framework (ASCIF) to efficiently build pervasive computing environment suiting to recent needs of heterogeneity networks (Desktop, Web and Mobile applications). Results: In this Adaptable service component interface framework in pervasive computing gives, how a domain specific language for service composition can be designed to capture the common design patterns for service composition. Conclusion: Adaptable Service Component Interface Framework for constructing pervasive computing environment to fulfils the interoperability and manageability requirements of Web services based applications. The interactive service components are developed as application programming interface entities to bind with different heterogeneity environment.
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