UMBC ebiquity

A Distributed Service Composition Protocol for Pervasive Environments

Authors: Dipanjan Chakraborty, Yelena Yesha, and Anupam Joshi

Book Title: Wireless Communcations and Networking Conference (WCNC)

Date: March 31, 2004

Abstract: Service composition in pervasive environments enables users to utilize services in the environment to solve complex queries. Current work in development of service composition architectures focuses on wired-networked environments where solutions are centralized and tailored towards a reliable network and fixed service topology. In this paper, we present an alternate and novel design architecture of a broker-based distributed service composition protocol for pervasive environments. We present simulation results by comparing our protocol to a centralized architecture for composition. Results show that our distributed broker-based composition architecture perform better than the centralized solution in terms of composition efficiency, broker arbitration efficiency and composition radius.

Type: Proceedings

Organization: IEEE

Tags: mobile service, service composition, ad-hoc networking, service

Google Scholar: 5-7pkjKf2DEJ

Number of Google Scholar citations: 22 [show citations]

Number of downloads: 2766


Available for download as

size: 51670 bytes

Related Projects:

Past Project

 Anamika: Distributed Service Discovery and Composition for Pervasive Environments.