2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11628-5_16
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Abstract: Abstract. Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) is becoming a de facto paradigm for business and enterprise integration. SOA is expanding into several domains of application envisioning a unified solution suitable across all different layers of an enterprise infrastructure. The application of SOA based on open web standards can significantly enhance the interoperability and openness of those devices. By embedding a dynamical deployment service even into small field de-vices, it would be either possible to allow … Show more

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“…The proposed architecture is similar in a way to the serviceoriented architecture (SOA) [19] [20]. Each component in all layers could be implemented as a service in the SOA.…”
Section: Distributed Automation Systemsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The proposed architecture is similar in a way to the serviceoriented architecture (SOA) [19] [20]. Each component in all layers could be implemented as a service in the SOA.…”
Section: Distributed Automation Systemsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, in real applications much more complex and/or distributed subsystems may be combined into larger systems. On the other hand, SOA has revolutionized the distributed computing paradigm and made various kinds of inter-enterprise collaboration a reality [5]. Although SOA provides the framework for integrating cross-company services or technical interoperability, it does not address formal methods to ensure a systematic implementation of the design specifications [11].…”
Section: State Of the Art And Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To propose a feasible solution to design Reconfigurable and Distributed Manufacturing Control System (RDMCS), characteristics of different techniques should be combined. In [1,2], a method which associates top-down and bottom-up approaches through Petri Net (PN) [3,4] combining Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) [5] and Holonic and Multi-Agent System (HMAS) [6] concepts to model RDMCS was presented. The HMAS concept facilitates the development and integration of distributed and heterogeneous systems and SOA paradigm allows considering interoperability with other manufacturing systems.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The SOCRADES project, aimed at developing serviceoriented infrastructure for distributed smart embedded devices, incorporates various technologies applied for visualization. In this project the visualization is provided by the commercial 2D/3D solution Delmia, which enables experimenting with the virtual production cell in a 3D environment [11]. Finally, the Actor-based Assembly Systems Architecture (ABAS), developed by Lastra et al, features a 3D view of the physical system controlled by intelligent physical agents [20], [21].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Lack of awareness about the potentials of agent technology [10] and paradigm misunderstanding [11] due to the lack of real industrial applications, missing trust in the idea of delegating tasks to autonomous agents [12] as well as concerns regarding the stability, scalability and survivability [13] are identified as major reasons for that. Besides, the specific nature of software agents, which are designed to be distributed, autonomous, and deliberative, makes it difficult to apply existing software testing, monitoring, and diagnostics techniques to them.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%