Adaptive Middleware Framework for Distributed Embedded Applications
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The object of proposed work is to provide an adaptive middleware framework for component-based applications in distributed embedded systems. Through this middleware, programmer can make service invocation with Quality of Service (QoS) requirements in embedded applications to give a run-time support for dealing with various QoS requirements such as real-time performance and dependability of the applications. To accomplish this task, a set of models, specification languages and methods will be developed in this middleware.
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