As Service Discovery Protocols (SDP) are becoming increasingly important for ubiquitous computing, they must behave according to predefined principles. We present the functional Principles of Service Discovery for robust, registry-based service discovery. A methodology to guarantee adherence to these principles is provided and illustrated by formal verification of the principles against FRODO, an SDP built for the home environment. We show that, to make behavioral guarantees, an SDP has to be robust against network disturbances, and cannot rely only on the network layer.
|Name||Proceedings IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)|
|Publisher||IEEE Computer Society Press|
|Conference||30th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks, LCN 2005|
|Period||15/11/05 → 17/11/05|
|Other||15-17 Nov. 2005|
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