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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The heterogeneity characterizing the systems populating the Ubiquitous Computing environment prevents their seamless interoperability. Heterogeneous protocols may be willing to cooperate in order to reach some common goal even though they meet dynamically and do not have a priori knowledge of each other. Despite numerous efforts have been done in the literature, the automated and run-time interoperability is still an open challenge for such environment. We consider interoperability as thedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-21455-4_5 fatcat:jf2zwc5xdbfbfjosklu4jlpyay