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The Model and Design of Cooperative Interaction for Service Composition

By Tomoko Itao, Tetsuya Nakamura, Masato Matsuo, Tatsuya Suda and Tomonori Aoyama


Cyber-Entity Cyberentity Service Behavior Fig. 3: System architecture Figure 3 shows an overview of the system architecture of Ja-Net. Application part of a cyber-entity corresponds to the body of a cyber-entity. Body is implemented as a Service IP in each cyber-entity. Abstract Cyber-Entity (ACE) is a base class of a cyber-entity where all cyber-entities inherit the ACE class. Cyber-entity attributes and Behavior IPs are implemented in the ACE class. Amassagelayer concept is introduced for message exchange between two cyber-entities where service messages and behavior messages are exchanged at service sublayer and behavior sublayer, respectively. ACE Runtime Environment (ACERE) provides a communication facility and other core functionalities for cyber-entityinteraction, such as cyber-entity directory and energy management

Year: 2001
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