Service Identification Framework for Systems of Systems Based on MPLS Technology
Systems of Systems (SoS) are collections of autonomous systems that share their resources in order to form a new larger system with more capabilities and enhanced performance. A fundamental challenge of service identification in SoS arises when constituent systems are dynamically composed. This paper proposes a new framework for SoS service identification and allocation based on MPLS technology.
KeywordsSystems of Systems (SoS) MPLS Service identification
The authors acknowledge the financial support of the Deanship of Scientific Research at the German Jordanian University for the presented work in this paper.
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