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Transformation of QoS data into XML characterising data communication in real time distributed systems

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3 Author(s)
Poon, P.M.S. ; Fac. of Information Technol., Sydney Univ. of Technol., NSW ; Dillon, Tharam S. ; Chang, E.

In many industrial and real time applications there is a necessity to obtain data from many heterogeneous sources and transfer it effectively to a telemetry system for display, storage or processing. XML messaging can provide an effective mechanism for doing this. However, we need to define XML schema and XML tags in a coherent and consistent way. In a previous paper, we defined the XML tags for the time domain model. The use of quality of services (QoS) provides a quantitative approach to assure the system performance. The use of XML for QoS provides a unified specification for measuring real time system non-functional requirements. This paper presents a methodology for representing QoS data in XML. By defining a solid XML schema for the QoS real time domain attributes, applications from diverse platforms can be based on the data definition and create instances of XML documents to exchange data

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Industrial Informatics, 2004. INDIN '04. 2004 2nd IEEE International Conference on

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26-26 June 2004

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