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Analysis of Web Services Composition Languages: The Case of BPEL4WS [chapter]

Petia Wohed, Wil M. P. van der Aalst, Marlon Dumas, Arthur H. M. ter Hofstede
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It presents an in-depth analysis of the Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS) with respect to a framework composed of workflow and communication patterns.  ...  A landscape of languages and techniques for web services composition has emerged and is continuously being enriched with new proposals from different vendors and coalitions.  ...  an arguably suitable framework for the analysis of web services composition languages.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39648-2_18 fatcat:6s7gu5aubbfq7j4gpcjwbrcqvq

Reliability Prediction and Sensitivity Analysis of Web Services Composition [chapter]

Duhang Zhong, Zhichang Qi, Xishan Xu
2008 Petri Net, Theory and Applications  
Background 2.1 BPEL BPEL, also known as BPEL4WS, build on IBM's WSFL (Web Services Flow Language) and Microsoft's XLANG (Web Services for Business Process Design).  ...  Apostolos focused on the development of a principled methodology for the dependability analysis of composite Web Services (Apostolos Zarras et al., 2004) .  ...  Reliability Prediction and Sensitivity Analysis of Web Services Composition, Petri Net, Theory and Applications, Vedran Kordic (Ed.), ISBN: 978-3-902613-12-7, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com  ... 
doi:10.5772/5329 fatcat:h5od4ka5ind7xkrad6k5vxxqcq

Tool Support for Safety Analysis of Service Composition and Deployment Models

Howard Foster
2008 2008 IEEE International Conference on Web Services  
A case study based upon a complex service grid solution, for analyzing chemical markup patterns, is used to demonstrate the accessible and practical nature of the solution.  ...  This paper reports on an implementation for tool support of model-checking collaborating service compositions with deployment configurations under resource constraints.  ...  There is however, little coverage of how this maps to current standard web service composition languages (such as BPEL4WS or WS-CDL).  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2008.12 dblp:conf/icws/Foster08 fatcat:2bxcuo3lefgivffnqqcxksne5u

Appraisal and analysis on various web service composition approaches based on QoS factors

M. Rajeswari, G. Sambasivam, N. Balaji, M.S. Saleem Basha, T. Vengattaraman, P. Dhavachelvan
2014 Journal of King Saud University: Computer and Information Sciences  
The research problem in web service composition is to obtain best effective services with the composition of services based on maximum quality of services (QoS) and satisfy the user's requirements.  ...  Web service compositions build new services by organizing a set of existing services by providing reusability and interoperability.  ...  Various added principles for service discovery, description and integration are the elements of ontology DAML-S (Martin et al., 2003) and for business process execution language for web service (BPEL4WS  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jksuci.2013.08.003 fatcat:5bbmcjxyizhnvnruvxikpztd4y

Web service composition languages: old wine in New bottles?

van der Aalst, Dumas, ter Hofstede
2003 Proceedings of the 20th IEEE Instrumentation Technology Conference (Cat No 03CH37412) EURMIC-03  
Recently, several languages for web service composition have emerged (e.g., BPEL4WS and WSCI). The goal of these languages is to glue web services together in a process-oriented way.  ...  BPEL4WS for example is said to combine the best of other standards for web service composition such as WSFL (IBM) and XLANG (Microsoft), and allows for a mixture of block structured and graph structured  ...  Proceedings of the 29th EUROMICRO Conference "New Waves in System Architecture" (EUROMICRO'03) 1089-6503/03 $17.00 © 2003 IEEE  ... 
doi:10.1109/eurmic.2003.1231605 dblp:conf/euromicro/AalstDH03 fatcat:4ccwvoafbrb75nhc64v4txykw4

Towards a Formal Foundation to Orchestration Languages

Mirko Viroli
2004 Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science  
We introduce a formal framework for studying the semantics of orchestration languages for Web Services.  ...  Taking BPEL4WS language as reference case study, we define syntax and semantics of a core language to derive the interactive behaviour of a business process out from a BPEL4WS specification.  ...  Some orchestration languages emerged as proposals for a standardis-ation in the Web Services technology, such as BPEL4WS (Business Process Execution Language for Web Services) by a consortium including  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.entcs.2004.05.008 fatcat:r7zoyxa4jrbwhfsi57xqb6wpze

Business process modeling languages

Hafedh Mili, Guy Tremblay, Guitta Bou Jaoude, Éric Lefebvre, Lamia Elabed, Ghizlane El Boussaidi
2010 ACM Computing Surveys  
Requirements capture is arguably the most important step of software engineering and yet the most difficult and the least  ...  BPEL4WS The Business Process Executable Language For Web Services (BPEL4WS, [Andrews et al., 2003] ) is a language for modeling executable business processes written for the Web services context.  ...  focuses on the architecture, and Web services (which are also used in BPEL4WS, see section 5.4) focuses on the support technology.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1824795.1824799 fatcat:wjaaltekrffnbhd3wloafppxde

Infrastructure for language service composition

Y. Murakami, T. Ishida, T. Nakaguchi
2006 2006 Semantics, Knowledge and Grid, Second International Conference on  
The language grid consists of the "horizontal language grid," which connects the standard languages of nations, and "vertical language grid," which combines the language services generated by communities  ...  of existing online language services so that users can create new cross-language services for their communities.  ...  In addition, since we adopt BPEL4WS as the workflow description language, which is becoming a de facto standard in the web service composition domain, the Proceedings of the Second International Conference  ... 
doi:10.1109/skg.2006.58 dblp:conf/skg/MurakamiIN06 fatcat:u4fy5n6jejechjdmgkfwa4ckuq

Evolving Use Case Maps as a Scenario and Workflow Description Language

Gunter Mussbacher
2007 Workshop em Engenharia de Requisitos  
Modeling Notation (BPMN), the Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS), and UML 2.0 Activity Diagrams.  ...  The recent rise of workflow languages for the description of business processes and web services resulted in a more formal assessment method for such languages based on generic workflow and communication  ...  Acknowledgement-This research was supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, through its programs of Discovery Grants and Postgraduate Scholarships, and by the Ontario  ... 
dblp:conf/wer/Mussbacher07 fatcat:52dliccoyfa2re7qlrdbaqrkrm

A view based analysis of workflow modeling languages

M. Vasko, S. Dustdar
2006 14th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed, and Network-Based Processing (PDP'06)  
The different approaches of emerging workflow modeling languages are manifold. Today, there exist many notations for workflow modeling with various specializations on different domains.  ...  The aim of this paper is to discuss their differences and commonalities concerning these aspects.  ...  BPEL4WS BPEL4WS (Business Process Execution Language for Web Services) is currently standardized by OASIS lead by a consortium of industry heavyweights such as Microsoft, IBM, SAP, Siebel, and Oracle.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pdp.2006.17 dblp:conf/pdp/VaskoD06 fatcat:2dvakkcmafdnte2xykos6vhbae

A B2B formal conversation language based on Semantic Web Services

Juan Miguel Gómez, Sung-Kook Han, Christoph Bussler
2005 IEEE International Conference on Web Services  
Web Services technologies provide a basis to establish the Web as the ubiquitous technical platform for B2B applications.  ...  In this paper, we present a message-exchange pattern based language and its formal semantics and discuss the benefits obtained by such formalization.  ...  project; and by the Vienna city government under the CoOperate program. 7.  ... 
dblp:conf/icws/0001HB05 fatcat:jpkyn7hsqvcepfl4yu3c3hkkoq

BPEL4WS-based coordination of Grid Services in design

Kuo-Ming Chao, Muhammad Younas, Nathan Griffiths
2006 Computers in industry (Print)  
In this paper, we propose a system that adopts Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS) as a coordination language to define and manage workflow among Grid Services to meet engineering  ...  A prototype system is built and evaluated with a case study from the automotive industry to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed system.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Rob Mahon from Jaguar Cars Ltd. for providing us with case study and valueable information.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2006.04.012 fatcat:n2n6cswurvcavmgp2u7lkmbi2u

Agent-Grid Integration Language

Clement Jonquet, Pascal Dugenie, Stefano A. Cerri
2008 Multiagent and Grid Systems  
The paper first consists of a set of states of the art about integration approaches in GRID, MAS and Service-Oriented Computing (SOC). It secondly proposes a model for GRID-MAS integrated systems.  ...  However, while the 'why' to do it has been stated and assessed, the 'how' to do it remains a research problem. This paper addresses this problem by means of a service-oriented approach.  ...  A Implementations The AGIL language is currently under specification under the form of an ontology [16] developed with the Protégé Ontology editor (protege.stanford.edu).  ... 
doi:10.3233/mgs-2008-4203 fatcat:rm7hhdtj45cl3on32go2fflq24

Aspect-Oriented Workflow Languages [chapter]

Anis Charfi, Mira Mezini
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) The Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS or BPEL for short) [59] is a process-oriented Web Service composition language, in which  ...  Whilst these specifications address the general case of Web Services, they do not consider the specific case of Web Service compositions implemented in BPEL.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11914853_12 fatcat:w6fjrahnyfefnbn5a7wpnjxazy

Rules in the Semantic Web Services Language (SWSL): An Overview for Standardization Directions

Benjamin N. Grosof, Michael Kifer, David L. Martin
2005 W3C Workshops  
We give an overview of rules in the Semantic Web Services Language (SWSL) from the viewpoint of directions for standardization.  ...  This includes requirements, tasks about services, kinds of knowledge, combining rules with ontologies, suitability of fundamental knowledge representations and desirability of particular expressive features  ...  Prominent among these are: Oasis's UDDI, BPEL4WS, and Web Services Security; and W3C's WSDL and Choreography Description Language.  ... 
dblp:conf/w3c/GrosofKM05 fatcat:sxbtoymy4fep3fi5abd352x2h4
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