The different software agents and technologies that were introduced in earlier chapters of this book were also subject to a quantitative evaluation. The main objective of these tests was to verify that they can be effectively used in real world settings. Consequently, the measurements taken are mainly targeted to assess performance and scalability of CASCOM’s meta services. Qualitative measures on the application level are not covered in this chapter and can be found in Chapter 15.
KeywordsService Composition Directory Service Match Service Body Layer Search Request
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