Designing resource oriented architecture in UML: A case study on smart grid home area network (HAN)

  • Hu S
  • Shan T
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An UML approach to designing Resource Oriented Architecture (ROA) is described in this article along with a case study on Smart Grid Home Area Network (HAN). A set of UML diagrams is presented to illustrate steps from requirements collection, data flow, resource data modeling, to the interface model. The process provides an example on how to design ROA in a standardized way from a modeling perspective and how to link it to an existing Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) environment.

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  • Shawn X K Hu

  • Tony C. Shan

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