A new method for re-allocation resource for Real-Time Service Oriented Architecture

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Abstract. In recent years, Real-Time service oriented architecture has been highly considered. Such architecture is used in many business processes for loose connection services integration that is being utilized more by passing time. One of significant challenges of transferring service oriented aspects to Real-Time is to provide guarantee any kind of service performance before implementation time. In a way to guarantee its required resources for any service within requested time period. In this research, it recommended to a method for more utilization of resource free time and re-allocation of such time for services which have not gained all their required time. 


Real-Time Service Oriented Architecture, Re-allocation resource, resource reservation management

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