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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Software systems are increasingly composed of independentlydeveloped components, which are often systems by their own. This composition is possible only if the components are interoperable, i.e., are able to work together in order to achieve some user task(s). However, interoperability is often hampered by the differences in the data types, communication protocols, and middleware technologies used by the components involved. In order to enable components to interoperate despite thesedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-40615-7_6 fatcat:z47fcxkekjbabh3qbg5bmanffu