A Configurable Middleware Architecture for Deploying E-learning Services over Diverse Communication Networks

T.K. Apostolopoulos and A. Kefala (Greece)


Middleware, E-learning Services, Communication Technologies, Quality of Service (QoS)


The aim of this paper is proposing a configurable middleware architecture for supporting e-learning services taking into account several diverse parameters concerning not only the educational process, but also the network infrastructure, the QoS requirements, the available educational content, etc. In this paper we present a flexible, parametrical and component-oriented middleware architecture, which dynamically creates a session profile for each request for e-learning service according to current context that depends on all diverse aspects that an e-learning service comprises. Continuously, we analyse the components comprising the middleware and the interactions among them.

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