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Service and component based software design for embedded devices Software designed for the new broad range of devices such as smart phones, PDA's and others have additional challenges compared to software designed for their big brothers. The software deals with hardware constraints and is kept simple. In order to create more attractive but complex software we developed a new software design pattern based on top of OSGi. A hierarchical component based approach is suggested. First we designed and implemented an OSGi compatible framework that enables us to dynamically deploy and manage software. Then we added the ability for software to change its components at run time. The hierarchical approach reduces the impact when a component is replaced

Nico Goeminne (UGent) , Frank Gielen (UGent) , Bart Dhoedt (UGent) and Piet Demeester (UGent)
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Goeminne, Nico, Frank Gielen, Bart Dhoedt, et al. “Service and Component Based Software Design for Embedded Devices Software Designed for the New Broad Range of Devices Such as Smart Phones, PDA’s and Others Have Additional Challenges Compared to Software Designed for Their Big Brothers. The Software Deals with Hardware Constraints and Is Kept Simple. In Order to Create More Attractive but Complex Software We Developed a New Software Design Pattern Based on Top of OSGi. A Hierarchical Component Based Approach Is Suggested. First We Designed and Implemented an OSGi Compatible Framework That Enables Us to Dynamically Deploy and Manage Software. Then We Added the Ability for Software to Change Its Components at Run Time. The Hierarchical Approach Reduces the Impact When a Component Is Replaced.” 5th FTW PHD Symposium, Interactive Poster Session. 2004. Print.
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Goeminne, N., Gielen, F., Dhoedt, B., & Demeester, P. (2004). Service and component based software design for embedded devices Software designed for the new broad range of devices such as smart phones, PDA’s and others have additional challenges compared to software designed for their big brothers. The software deals with hardware constraints and is kept simple. In order to create more attractive but complex software we developed a new software design pattern based on top of OSGi. A hierarchical component based approach is suggested. First we designed and implemented an OSGi compatible framework that enables us to dynamically deploy and manage software. Then we added the ability for software to change its components at run time. The hierarchical approach reduces the impact when a component is replaced. 5th FTW PHD Symposium, Interactive poster session.
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Goeminne, Nico, Frank Gielen, Bart Dhoedt, and Piet Demeester. 2004. “Service and Component Based Software Design for Embedded Devices Software Designed for the New Broad Range of Devices Such as Smart Phones, PDA’s and Others Have Additional Challenges Compared to Software Designed for Their Big Brothers. The Software Deals with Hardware Constraints and Is Kept Simple. In Order to Create More Attractive but Complex Software We Developed a New Software Design Pattern Based on Top of OSGi. A Hierarchical Component Based Approach Is Suggested. First We Designed and Implemented an OSGi Compatible Framework That Enables Us to Dynamically Deploy and Manage Software. Then We Added the Ability for Software to Change Its Components at Run Time. The Hierarchical Approach Reduces the Impact When a Component Is Replaced.” In 5th FTW PHD Symposium, Interactive Poster Session.
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Goeminne, Nico, Frank Gielen, Bart Dhoedt, and Piet Demeester. 2004. “Service and Component Based Software Design for Embedded Devices Software Designed for the New Broad Range of Devices Such as Smart Phones, PDA’s and Others Have Additional Challenges Compared to Software Designed for Their Big Brothers. The Software Deals with Hardware Constraints and Is Kept Simple. In Order to Create More Attractive but Complex Software We Developed a New Software Design Pattern Based on Top of OSGi. A Hierarchical Component Based Approach Is Suggested. First We Designed and Implemented an OSGi Compatible Framework That Enables Us to Dynamically Deploy and Manage Software. Then We Added the Ability for Software to Change Its Components at Run Time. The Hierarchical Approach Reduces the Impact When a Component Is Replaced.” In 5th FTW PHD Symposium, Interactive Poster Session.
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Goeminne N, Gielen F, Dhoedt B, Demeester P. Service and component based software design for embedded devices Software designed for the new broad range of devices such as smart phones, PDA’s and others have additional challenges compared to software designed for their big brothers. The software deals with hardware constraints and is kept simple. In order to create more attractive but complex software we developed a new software design pattern based on top of OSGi. A hierarchical component based approach is suggested. First we designed and implemented an OSGi compatible framework that enables us to dynamically deploy and manage software. Then we added the ability for software to change its components at run time. The hierarchical approach reduces the impact when a component is replaced. 5th FTW PHD Symposium, Interactive poster session. 2004.
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N. Goeminne, F. Gielen, B. Dhoedt, and P. Demeester, “Service and component based software design for embedded devices Software designed for the new broad range of devices such as smart phones, PDA’s and others have additional challenges compared to software designed for their big brothers. The software deals with hardware constraints and is kept simple. In order to create more attractive but complex software we developed a new software design pattern based on top of OSGi. A hierarchical component based approach is suggested. First we designed and implemented an OSGi compatible framework that enables us to dynamically deploy and manage software. Then we added the ability for software to change its components at run time. The hierarchical approach reduces the impact when a component is replaced,” in 5th FTW PHD Symposium, Interactive poster session, 2004.
@inproceedings{317998,
  author       = {Goeminne, Nico and Gielen, Frank and Dhoedt, Bart and Demeester, Piet},
  booktitle    = {5th FTW PHD Symposium, Interactive poster session},
  title        = {Service and component based software design for embedded devices Software designed for the new broad range of devices such as smart phones, PDA's and others have additional challenges compared to software designed for their big brothers. The software deals with hardware constraints and is kept simple. In order to create more attractive but complex software we developed a new software design pattern based on top of OSGi. A hierarchical component based approach is suggested. First we designed and implemented an OSGi compatible framework that enables us to dynamically deploy and manage software. Then we added the ability for software to change its components at run time. The hierarchical approach reduces the impact when a component is replaced},
  year         = {2004},
}