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Dynamic Service Discovery Through Meta-interactions with Service Providers [chapter]

Tomas Vitvar, Maciej Zaremba, Matthew Moran
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Dynamic discovery based on semantic description of services is an essential aspect of the Semantic Web services integration process.  ...  In this paper we define a model for service interface allowing required data to be fetched from the service provider during discovery process.  ...  We use the abstract state machine formalism to model the interface allowing scalable interactions with a service provider for specific discovery sessions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-72667-8_8 fatcat:ue4wrrqdmrd3lgv7xsbkc54ulm

Knowledge Service and Digital Library: A Roadmap for the Future [chapter]

Xiaoxing Zhang
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
by integrating and displaying the knowledge accumulated in the process of reading, understanding, disseminating and utilizing information resources in order to provide readers with a systematic, complete  ...  , fast and accurate knowledge service.  ...  At the same time the KSM also accumulates new experiences and knowledge through interaction with users and thus form meta-knowledge. KSM is an intelligent and dynamic knowledge service model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30544-6_11 fatcat:krgndpyimjgtxjc232t7hurxfy

Search Algorithms for Discovery of Web Services

Janette Hicks, Madhusudhan Govindaraju, Weiyi Meng
2007 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2007)  
This project extends current discovery research through use of the Google Web service, UDDI category searching, and private registry querying with preliminary experiments resulting in a very high percentage  ...  Web services are designed to standardize interactions between heterogeneous applications using Internet technologies.  ...  Introduction The goal of this project is to enhance discovery of Web services through design of automated discovery algorithms to provide a foundation for utilization of Web services in enhancing meta-search  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2007.157 dblp:conf/icws/HicksGM07 fatcat:diq6ljya7vcjdmhkr7yaronogi

OKBook: Peer-to-Peer Community Formation [chapter]

Xi Bai, Wamberto Vasconcelos, Dave Robertson
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Two mechanisms for discovering IMs and collaborative peers are presented based on a meta-search engine and a dynamic peer grouping algorithm respectively.  ...  This paper proposes an approach for forming and evolving peer communities based on the sharing of choreography specifications (Interaction Models (IMs)).  ...  Within the discovery process, two mechanisms are proposed based on our meta search engine and dynamic peer grouping algorithm respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-13489-0_8 fatcat:wnmtqeqkjvff5l4vx5f4xl37mi

The Enterprise Service Bus: Making service-oriented architecture real

M.-T. Schmidt, B. Hutchison, P. Lambros, R. Phippen
2005 IBM Systems Journal  
deals with the meta-data ESB in A Nutshell (cont'd) ESB and meta-data -Meta-data contains description of service requestors and providers, what they require and capable of providing, respectively -The  ...  between interaction endpoints with a configurable QoS -Mediations -Mediations • Between interaction endpoints • Connectivity by dynamic alterations to routing and QoS • Allow interaction endpoints  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.444.0781 fatcat:rkgetvocxnbzhihelgxlbdn3za

Distributed Meta-Brokering P2P Overlay for Scheduling in Cloud Federation

Sajid Latif, Syed Mushhad Gilani, Rana Liaqat Ali, Misbah Liaqat, Kwang-Man Ko
2019 Electronics  
Unquestionably, standalone service providers must communicate and federate their cloud sites with other vendors to enable the infinite pooling of resources.  ...  The pooling of these resources provides uninterpretable services to increasingly growing cloud users more efficiently, and ensures an improved Service Level Agreement (SLA).  ...  In this meta-broker overlay structure, information regarding service discovery is exchanged among users and local-brokering components through interaction with remote peers.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics8080852 fatcat:nrpjwgpbxjfyzkaixwahkpafyy

Exploiting reflection in mobile computing middleware

Licia Capra, Gordon S. Blair, Cecilia Mascolo, Wolfgang Emmerich, Paul Grace
2002 ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review  
We discuss two complementary approaches: CARISMA, where reflection is used to support dynamic adaptation of middleware behaviour to changes in context, and ReMMoC, which uses reflection to accommodate  ...  The service offered by this interface is then referred to as the meta-object protocol. Access to this meta-level is provided through a process of reification.  ...  Other systems provide similar capabilities through dynamic proxies [30] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/643550.643553 fatcat:dapf7s43djhgldiwcnljtrkyrm

ICENI: An Open Grid Service Architecture Implemented with Jini

N. Furmento, W. Lee, A. Mayer, S. Newhouse, J. Darlington
2002 ACM/IEEE SC 2002 Conference (SC'02)  
The move towards Service Grids, where services are composed to meet the requirements of a user community within constraints specified by the resource provider, present many challenges to service provision  ...  To support our research activities in the autonomous composition of services to form a Semantic Service Grid we describe the adoption within ICENI of web services to enable interoperability with the recently  ...  The equipments used in this work was funded through HEFCE JREI awards GR/R04034/01 and GR/M92355/01.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sc.2002.10027 dblp:conf/sc/FurmentoLMND02 fatcat:nyq3r6zcdvbgbonqaynglr6nja

Reconfigurable Software Architecture for Voice Access to Data Services

Alex Talevski, Elizabeth Chang
2007 2007 Inaugural IEEE-IES Digital EcoSystems and Technologies Conference  
This paper presents a reconfigurable software architecture driven solution that dynamically composes, integrates and tailors voice plugins.  ...  The solution offers enhanced service effectiveness, flexibility and convenience for professionals on the move.  ...  Component Interaction and Collaboration Component collaborate with others through their interconnections.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dest.2007.371977 fatcat:hepctftrqzfcxbpoaifjcd5jsy

SOGOS - A Distributed Meta Level Architecture for the Self-Organizing Grid of Services

C. Beckstein, P. Dittrich, Ch. Erfurth, D. Fey, B. Konig-Ries, M. Mundhenk, H. Sack
2006 7th International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM'06)  
The meta level defines an explicitly and declaratively represented dynamic meta model that provides the semantics for the object level processes.  ...  We show that a distributed meta level architecture is particularly suited for the implementation of such a self-organizing grid of services.  ...  A close interaction with the service composition component is needed.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdm.2006.146 dblp:conf/mdm/BecksteinDEFKMS06 fatcat:xjqmpvq5szdjlp5m2uusn5kqlm

Supporting service discovery, querying and interaction in ubiquitous computing environments

Adrian Friday, Nigel Davies, Elaine Catterall
2001 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM international workshop on Data engineering for wireless and mobile access - MobiDe '01  
Thirdly, we provide the design of a simple extensible meta-service discovery architecture that uses database techniques to unify service discovery protocols, and address several of our key requirements  ...  Moreover, future applications will consequently be required to interact with multiple, specialised service location and interaction protocols simultaneously.  ...  Scalability As the number of clients and services in an environment increases, so the burden due to dynamic service discovery and interaction escalates.  ... 
doi:10.1145/376868.376879 dblp:conf/mobide/FridayDC01 fatcat:rnd6vw3epzbhvdz6ossoknyqnm

Supporting Service Discovery, Querying and Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing Environments

Adrian Friday, Nigel Davies, Nat Wallbank, Elaine Catterall, Stephen Pink
2004 Wireless networks  
Thirdly, we provide the design of a simple extensible meta-service discovery architecture that uses database techniques to unify service discovery protocols, and address several of our key requirements  ...  Moreover, future applications will consequently be required to interact with multiple, specialised service location and interaction protocols simultaneously.  ...  Scalability As the number of clients and services in an environment increases, so the burden due to dynamic service discovery and interaction escalates.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:wine.0000044024.54833.cb fatcat:ddhlm7jstzh7jgczakp3laxxsm

Privacy-Aware Service Integration

Pierre Parrend, Stephane Frenot, Sebastian Hohn
2007 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Services  
We therefore propose a framework to support user control over the data made available to service providers in the context of an OSGi based Extensible Service Systems.  ...  However, pervasive environments that gather user data to support advanced services provide little control over the data an individual releases.  ...  Conclusion and Perspectives We have presented a security architecture, formalization and classification of meta-data for hybrid service systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/perser.2007.4283946 dblp:conf/icps/ParrendFH07 fatcat:rdgdbigtwfhytftxav2rprqgia

Challenges in Mobile Information Systems and Services [chapter]

R. Strack
1996 Mobile Communications  
The user interface of HyperFunk represents the information space through real world metaphors: The user is able to interact with the system based on familiar analogies to concepts they already know.  ...  The server offers various information services that can be accessed by the mobile user through the data services of the GSM-based D1 network.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34980-0_14 fatcat:sewlzvujbfcppph2zdwjqbplim

Survey on Web Service Discovery and Availability in Mobile Environments and Future Trends in Mobile Web Services

Roshan Fernandes, Rio D'Souza
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Many users need to access the services on these mobile phones connecting through the web. Just like centralized service providers there is a great need of providing service through mobile phones.  ...  In most scenarios, personal smart phones also provide web services. These services are referred as mobile web services since the devices are in mobility.  ...  The service discovery can be done through syntactic or semantic ways.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2015907621 fatcat:koj2f6dqqrea5ity25rbqw6dwq
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