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Comprehensive service matching with MatchBox

Paul Börding, Melanie Bruns, Marie Christin Platenius
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 10th Joint Meeting on Foundations of Software Engineering - ESEC/FSE 2015  
Nowadays, many service providers offer software components in the form of Software as a Service.  ...  In this paper, we describe the tool-suite MatchBox that allows the integration of existing service matchers and their combination as part of flexibly configurable matching processes.  ...  The Matchers that can be integrated into the framework need to be based on a specification language.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2786805.2803181 dblp:conf/sigsoft/BordingBP15 fatcat:6fqgi3ebejhzpnjx3znvuichw4

Feature-Oriented Re-engineering of Legacy Systems into Product Line Assets – a Case Study [chapter]

Kyo Chul Kang, Moonzoo Kim, Jaejoon Lee, Byungkil Kim
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The services provided by the robots in each application area are being defined as markets are formed and, therefore, they change constantly.  ...  Home service robots have a wide range of potential applications, such as home security, patient caring, cleaning, etc.  ...  By assigning operational units into architectural components, we recover a conceptual architecture. 3.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11554844_6 fatcat:gtovk4tpzrdmhd43so227en5sa

Integrating matching services into the Web of Needs

Heiko Friedrich, Florian Kleedorfer, Soheil Human, Christian Huemer
2016 International Conference on Semantic Systems  
In this paper we describe a prototypical matching service architecture and explain how it can be extended to integrate custom matching algorithms into the Web of Needs.  ...  This approach produces a lot of overhead for users which can only to some extend be reduced by recommendations and filtering for relevant information.  ...  The two described matcher implementations can be plugged into the matching service dynamically as independent and distributed components.  ... 
dblp:conf/i-semantics/FriedrichKHH16 fatcat:pjfirue5irbfpgq6cd733zawhy

Market-Optimized Service Specification and Matching [chapter]

Svetlana Arifulina, Marie Christin Platenius, Steffen Becker, Christian Gerth, Gregor Engels, Wilhelm Schäfer
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
For matching, a broker translates the specifications of providers' services and requesters' requirements into her own specification language, in order to check their compliance using a matcher.  ...  Our approach automatically provides brokers with an optimal configuration of a language and its matcher to improve her success in a given market with respect to her strategy.  ...  Thus, the broker has to translate their specifications into her own language, which is supported by a certain matcher.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45391-9_47 fatcat:c36bgemehvfgle3vozsifexd2a

A P2P-based Architecture for SemanticWeb Service Automatic Composition

Federica Mandreoli, Antonio M. Perdichizzi, Wilma Penzo
2007 Database and Expert Systems Applications  
As part of the NeP4B project, in this paper we propose an architecture to address these issues in a flexible and scalable P2P network.  ...  The ultimate vision for eBusiness is an Internet-based global market place, accessible to all enterprises, regardless of size and geographical location, where automatic cooperation and integration among  ...  To this extent, we adopt two semantic integration approaches [3] : A service-oriented approach for Goal descriptions, as they are built taking into account the service available in the underlying P2P  ... 
doi:10.1109/dexa.2007.4312930 fatcat:qcapcsrxovdnflc2afiy3bfske

A P2P-based Architecture for SemanticWeb Service Automatic Composition

Federica Mandreoli, Antonio M. Perdichizzi, Wilma Penzo
2007 18th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA 2007)  
As part of the NeP4B project, in this paper we propose an architecture to address these issues in a flexible and scalable P2P network.  ...  The ultimate vision for eBusiness is an Internet-based global market place, accessible to all enterprises, regardless of size and geographical location, where automatic cooperation and integration among  ...  To this extent, we adopt two semantic integration approaches [3] : A service-oriented approach for Goal descriptions, as they are built taking into account the service available in the underlying P2P  ... 
doi:10.1109/dexa.2007.21 dblp:conf/dexaw/MandreoliPP07 fatcat:i6wfr5vsofga5oz3akxz3m24kq

Development Frameworks for Microservice-based Applications: Evaluation and Comparison [article]

Hai Dinh-Tuan, Maria Mora-Martinez, Felix Beierle, Sandro Rodriguez Garzon
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This concept encourages the decomposition of a monolith into multiple independently deployable units.  ...  The microservice architectural style has gained much attention from both academia and industry recently as a novel way to design, develop, and deploy cloud-native applications.  ...  In short, the microservice architecture advocates a new software design, in which the application is structured into services.  ... 
arXiv:2203.07267v1 fatcat:mzi7ykhhbrathjg54oq2ihy4kq

Extending identity management system with multimodal biometric authentication

Bojan Jovanovic, Ivan Milenkovic, Marija Bogicevic-Sretenovic, Dejan Simic
2016 Computer Science and Information Systems  
Developed prototype confirms possible integration of identity management and multimodal biometric systems.  ...  In a multimodal biometric database, a person can have data about several different biometric modalities, and each modality may be represented by several data instances.  ...  Acknowledgement This work is a part of the project Multimodal biometry in identity management, funded by Ministry of Education and Science of Serbia, contract number TR-32013.  ... 
doi:10.2298/csis141030003j fatcat:dwz5baknlbfctajxguv6bck6ye

Public data integration with WebSmatch

Remi Coletta, Emmanuel Castanier, Patrick Valduriez, Christian Frisch, DuyHoa Ngo, Zohra Bellahsene
2012 Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Open Data - WOD '12  
In this paper, we describe the demonstration of WebSmatch, a flexible environment for Web data integration, based on a real, end-to-end data integration scenario over public data from Data Publica 1 .  ...  We use a typical scenario of public data integration which involves problems not solved by currents tools: poorly structured input data sources (XLS files) and rich visualization of integrated data. *  ...  To perform these tasks, Data Publica uses WebSmatch http://websmatch.gforge.inria.fr/ , an environment for Web data integration with a service-oriented architecture with much flexibility for users and  ... 
doi:10.1145/2422604.2422606 dblp:conf/wod/ColettaCVFNB12 fatcat:fdqrutjqmrhwrpqw6n5ouuj55a

D5.2 Policy-based Language Data Management

Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel, Pablo Calleja
2020 Zenodo  
Integration with parts of Linghub shall be reported in D5.3 "Prêt-à-LLOD Language Resource Discover Portal", in June 2020 -Linghub is a portal providing harmonized access to language resource metadata,  ...  Source code has been made publicly available, as well as the mapping of about 200 licences into a machine-readable form based on the Open Digital Rights Language (ODRL).  ...  Finally, a collection of services has been implemented for the integration with other applications.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5744693 fatcat:itbpyxwai5agdbeptab27a772a

Analysis of New Flexibility Market Models in Europe

Orlando Valarezo, Tomás Gómez, José Pablo Chaves-Avila, Leandro Lind, Mauricio Correa, David Ulrich Ulrich Ziegler, Rodrigo Escobar
2021 Energies  
To identify the trends in new flexibility markets, a set of market and aggregator platforms were selected and compared.  ...  This review proposes a common methodology for analyzing these market models by comparing their description, market structure, market timing, and implementation.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank Dionisio Arredondo and Morsy Nour for their contributions in reviewing some selected flexibility market models.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14123521 fatcat:hubcivw7ajd3bbt4x2nxh7jqqu

Towards composition of distributed evolving services: the Credo approach (Invited Paper)

Andries Stam, Alfons Salden
2008 Proceedings of the 2nd International ICST Conference on Autonomic Computing and Communication Systems  
Our approach is based on two principles: a clear formal separation between the service components and the logical network that binds them together, and support for light-weight, preferably automated verification  ...  ICT service providers face increasing demands on dynamic, flexible and scalable composition of their evolving software services.  ...  Technical Architecture The software of ASK can be technically divided into three parts: the web front-end, the database and the ASK engine (see Figure 5 ).  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.autonomics2008.4615 dblp:conf/autonomics/StamS08 fatcat:owgjly5zubfjpbbp3ntk34cqx4

Conformance Testing of Complex Services Exemplified with the IMS' Presence Service

Matthias Bormann, Diederich Wermser, Ralf Patz
2009 2009 Third International Conference on Next Generation Mobile Applications, Services and Technologies  
We developed an executable set of test cases for IP Multimedia Subsystem's Presence Service, as prominent example for a complex communication architecture.  ...  In the context of testing complex communication architectures on conformity, further difficulties were revealed.  ...  Another aspect, and advantage, of the IMS is a modular architecture, which enables the integration of a variety of services from different service providers into the same system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ngmast.2009.27 fatcat:cgdp4kjrbrcazfzmf5yqwqzuya

Widget Integration Framework for Context-Aware Middleware [chapter]

Eun-Seok Ryu, Jeong-Seop Hwang, Chuck Yoo
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
As an example, we explain a location-based service that uses a location positioning widget in a middleware employing WIF.  ...  Widget Integration Framework (WIF) is a framework that covers diverse widgets and their interactions with higher layers above.  ...  Service Matcher Service Matcher finds a suitable widget for services that are required from Service Discoverer.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11569510_16 fatcat:znn2n5fy5retzlvuq6zd2zfdxi

From a Research to an Industry-Strength Agent Platform: JADEX V2

Alexander Pokahr, Lars Braubach
2009 International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik  
This architecture has been implemented within the Jadex V2 agent platform, which is a complete overhaul of the V1 architecture.  ...  Despite these theoretical advantages, in practice agent software is rarely used and as software paradigm has been widely superseded by the service-oriented architecture.  ...  As no immediate return on invest was producible the paradigm has been abandoned and the current service-oriented architecture hype lets many companies concentrate on the service wave. • The lack of integration  ... 
dblp:conf/wirtschaftsinformatik/PokahrB09 fatcat:h4k52nwmenbllh23w4r6s4j4cq
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