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Busilet is a reference implementation of IDTP and UTID.

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The UTID (Universally Traceable Identifier) is used to identify any thing in the real world or virtual world. The IDTP (Identifier Tracing Protocol) is a communication protocol to access the information of a thing that identified by UTID. The IDTP and UTID were designed by the author of the Busilet project in recent three years. For more information, see:


Project Busilet is a reference implementation of IDTP that provides a set of APIs developers to develop IDTP server and IDTP client software. Busilet4j is written in Java language and is for Java programmer to develop IDTP server and IDTP client software.

The documents include IDTP specification v0.95 both in English and Chinese edition, an API specification in English only, all source code in Java, and a set of JUnit tests. See project document for more.

Author: Huang Nenggeng huangng@gmail.com

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