Comparison: Mediation on WebML/WebRatio and jABC/jETI
In this chapter we compare two solutions to the mediation scenario of the SWS challenge that are based on the use of WebML  and of the jABC [2, 3] as modeling and execution platforms. In particular, first we give a general overview of the differences among the to approaches, and then we compare in the details the two solutions for the SWS challenge.
We use selected parts from the mediation scenarios to keep the comparison simple but expressive. Looking on the advanced scenarios would be more complex but would obviously lead to the same results.
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