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Thesis: Service Oriented Architecture for Adaptive Evolutionary Algorithms: Implementation and Applications

I am happy to announce that I’ve read my PhD dissertation Service Oriented Architecture for Adaptive Evolutionary Algorithms: Implementation and Applications. If you are following this blog (and my twitter) probably you have followed a lot of steps of its … Continue reading

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The problems of develop a highly-flexible framework

Although the OSGiLiath core is finished I am still developing new services and algorithms to add to the framework. Working with Service Oriented Architecture, publish/subscribe events and classic OOP at the same time gives you SO MUCH flexibility that your … Continue reading

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Why OSGi?

I chose OSGi to develop this framework for several reasons: The first (and main) reason is the flexibility that provides. In OSGi a service (as all services in Service Oriented Architecture) is formed by an interface and an implementation. To … Continue reading

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