Software Libraries

A software library is a set of functions that can be called by a different program. It is defined through an API (see API).

It can be implemented in a file that needs to be compiled with the calling program or in a file that can be called at runtime (see shared dynamic library).

By default the Software Library is understood as running on the local machine. If it is to run on a remote machine it is best to specifically specify that it is a set of web services (see web services).

These are used between the MASAI Modules and the MOONS. There are two different paradigms for integrating Services in the MASAI ecosystem: APP2APP and/or APP2API.

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