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As machine-to-machine networks become larger and more pervasive, manual configuration and discovery of resources will become intractable. It is in this context that we propose the RDL, a Resource Description Language that represents a uniform way of describing embedded resources, allowing them to be shared and enabling a new class of resource-aware applications. The RDL can describe a wide range of resources, characterizing individual nodes or entire networks. It can contribute to overcomedoi:10.1155/2012/860864 fatcat:5lyhsk2qzrapjk3ze2jkuho2lu