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Flexible, dynamic, and scalable service composition for active routers

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Flexible, dynamic, and scalable service composition for active routers. / Schmid, Stefan; Chart, Tim; Sifalakis, Manolis et al.

Active Networks: IFIP-TC6 4th International Working Conference, IWAN 2002 Zurich, Switzerland, December 4–6, 2002 Proceedings. ed. / James Sterbenz; Osamu Takada; Christian Tschudin; Bernhard Plattner. Berlin : Springer, 2002. p. 253-266 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol. 2546).

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Schmid, S, Chart, T, Sifalakis, M & Scott, A 2002, Flexible, dynamic, and scalable service composition for active routers. in J Sterbenz, O Takada, C Tschudin & B Plattner (eds), Active Networks: IFIP-TC6 4th International Working Conference, IWAN 2002 Zurich, Switzerland, December 4–6, 2002 Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 2546, Springer, Berlin, pp. 253-266. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-36199-5_20

APA

Schmid, S., Chart, T., Sifalakis, M., & Scott, A. (2002). Flexible, dynamic, and scalable service composition for active routers. In J. Sterbenz, O. Takada, C. Tschudin, & B. Plattner (Eds.), Active Networks: IFIP-TC6 4th International Working Conference, IWAN 2002 Zurich, Switzerland, December 4–6, 2002 Proceedings (pp. 253-266). (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol. 2546). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-36199-5_20

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Schmid S, Chart T, Sifalakis M, Scott A. Flexible, dynamic, and scalable service composition for active routers. In Sterbenz J, Takada O, Tschudin C, Plattner B, editors, Active Networks: IFIP-TC6 4th International Working Conference, IWAN 2002 Zurich, Switzerland, December 4–6, 2002 Proceedings. Berlin: Springer. 2002. p. 253-266. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science). doi: 10.1007/3-540-36199-5_20

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Schmid, Stefan ; Chart, Tim ; Sifalakis, Manolis et al. / Flexible, dynamic, and scalable service composition for active routers. Active Networks: IFIP-TC6 4th International Working Conference, IWAN 2002 Zurich, Switzerland, December 4–6, 2002 Proceedings. editor / James Sterbenz ; Osamu Takada ; Christian Tschudin ; Bernhard Plattner. Berlin : Springer, 2002. pp. 253-266 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science).

Bibtex

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