Composing and scheduling service-oriented applications in time-triggered distributed real-time Java environments Articles uri icon

publication date

  • January 2014

start page

  • 152

end page

  • 193


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  • 26

International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

  • 1532-0626

Electronic International Standard Serial Number (EISSN)

  • 1532-0634


  • During the last decade, the number of distributed application domains with temporal requirements has significantly augmented, arising the necessity of exploring new concepts and paradigms that allow, on the one hand, the development of dynamic and flexible distributed applications and, on the other hand, the reusability of code. Service-oriented paradigms have been successfully applied to distributed environments, increasing their flexibility and allowing the reusability of their components. Besides, distributed real-time Java technologies have shown to be a good candidate to deploy real-time distributed applications. This paper presents a model for service-oriented applications on a time-triggered distributed real-time Java environment, focusing on the definition of the temporal model of an application and its schedulability, applying and evaluating this model in real-time service-oriented composition algorithms


  • distributed real-time service-oriented systems; service composition of distributed real-time java applications; schedulability analysis of real-time service-based applications