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Hybrid Service Oriented Architectures: A Case Study in the Automotive Domain.

posted Sep 13, 2010, 10:29 AM by Matteo Miraz   [ updated Sep 13, 2010, 2:41 PM ]
Vehicles are becoming complex software systems with many components and services that need to be coordinated. Service oriented architectures can be used in this domain to support intra-vehicle, inter-vehicles, and vehicle-environment services. Such architectures can be deployed on different platforms, using different communication and coordination paradigms. We argue that practical solutions should be hybrid: they should integrate and support interoperability of different paradigms. We demonstrate the concept by integrating Jini, the service-oriented technology we used within the vehicle, and JXTA, the peer to peer infrastructure we
used to support interaction with the environment through a gateway service, called J2J. Initial experience with J2J is illustrated.

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