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WS-SIM: A Toolkit for Modeling and Simulation of Service Composition

Fan Zhang
2013 Advanced Materials Research  
In this work we introduce WS-SIM, a simulation toolkit, to solve this problem. WS-SIM supports modeling and simulating composite services and atomic services in the real world.  ...  As lots of them select an atomic service during runtime, it is not an easy task to evaluate the quality of the composited service which composed of several atomic services.  ...  It can be used for simulating the composite service modeling, atomic service modeling, algorithm creating, and composite service execution.  ... 
doi:10.4028/ fatcat:xj4dc6jxhfhjddffnghdkswcw4

Exploration of Grateful Dead Concerts and Memorabilia on the Semantic Web

Thomas Wilmering, Florian Thalmann, Mark B. Sandler
2018 International Semantic Web Conference  
This demo illustrates our proposal for a unified ontological model of live music recordings and associated tangible artefacts with a Web application for the exploration of live music events of the Grateful  ...  With the increasing importance attributed to intangible cultural heritage, of which music performance is an important part, public archive collections contain a growing proportion of audio and video material  ...  Users can listen to the recordings, read about the venue, location, setlist, the musicians, etc, and find images and historical weather data.  ... 
dblp:conf/semweb/WilmeringTS18 fatcat:2ww3kyg3pjchfclqpp4omshmlq


Poongodi. P
It needs to evolve like distinctive services to explore the incredible nature of India.  ...  Health Tourism is a multi-composite package of services offered to the tourists those who are seeking medical treatment along with tourism services.  ...  The Quadrangular model of Health tourism industry There are four important services are incorporated or coordinated with each other be making proper arrangements to facilitate better and improved services  ... 
doi:10.36106/ijar/8210603 fatcat:kbsiogfxyja5bbpmxv3m7pufpy

A New Improved Clustering Algorithm based Diversified Web Page Recommendation

Meghna Guru, S. Anitha, J.C. Kavitha
2016 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Scores are computed for the web service candidates by measuring their relevance with historical and potential user interest and the QoS utility.  ...  Due to this information overload, it has become difficult to get the correct information. Web Service Recommendation system focuses on satisfying the user's potential interests.  ...  Then the WSDL-similarity and tag-similarity are merged to be a composite similarity, which is used to cluster web services. [4] History Record-Based Service Optimization Method W. Lin, W. Dou, X.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2016909542 fatcat:qx2qmulvybbidcza3vo4yeghpe

An Approach to Iot Service Optimal Composition for Mass Customization on Cloud Manufacturing

Tianyang Li, Ting He, Zhongjie Wang, Yufeng Zhang
2018 IEEE Access  
In addition, only a few works [25] , [27] considered to explore partial EK of IoT services for facilitating the IoT service optimal composition. EK of IoT service was not fully developed and used.  ...  As seen from the table, SDFs are key regulators for analysing and utilizing the EK of services, which can effectively facilitate the optimal composition of services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2018.2869275 fatcat:6tcut22sy5b5xklbbqx2pcah44

CULTURA: A Metadata-Rich Environment to Support the Enhanced Interrogation of Cultural Collections [chapter]

Cormac Hampson, Seamus Lawless, Eoin Bailey, Sivan Yogev, Naama Zwerdling, David Carmel, Owen Conlan, Alex O'Connor, Vincent Wade
2012 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
However, despite the increased availability of access to cultural archives, curators still struggle to instigate and enhance engagement with these resources.  ...  This paper discusses the state of the art in this area and the various innovative approaches used in the CULTURA project, with a special focus on how the underlying metadata helps facilitate its semantically  ...  These entities and relationships are graphed and shown to users allowing a user to explore the relationships between entities across multiple historical texts (see figure 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35233-1_23 fatcat:ap3cugbvfrhizetlambhzoxary

Rescuing and Sharing Historical Vegetation Data for Ecological Analysis: The California Vegetation Type Mapping Project

Maggi Kelly
2016 Biodiversity Informatics  
Research efforts that synthesize historical and contemporary ecological data with modeling approaches improve our understanding of the complex response of species, communities, and landscapes to changing  ...  We review the varied ecological uses of the historical collection: the vegetation maps have been used to understand legacies of land use change and plan for the future; the plot data have been used to  ...  Keck Foundation, Berkeley Institute for Global Change Biology, UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Informatics and Geographic Information Systems Program, and the US Forest Service.  ... 
doi:10.17161/bi.v11i0.5886 fatcat:2nvbhqr3jnax3bswbuqasvuhdm

Exploring the ethnic diversity of UK dentistry

Patricia Neville
2018 MedEdPublish  
The current qualitative work of the author exploring the barriers and facilitators faced by students from an ethnic background pursuing a career in dentistry will also be introduced.  ...  It will describe the changing ethnic composition of UK dentistry and highlight some of the challenges faced by the profession from an equality and diversity perspective.  ...  Combining Gender, Class, and Race: Structuring Relations in the Ontario Dental Profession. Gender & Society, 12(5), 578-597.  ... 
doi:10.15694/mep.2018.0000055.1 fatcat:kk2oaverpzaifgyoe3uh7qgrwe

A Framework for Automatically Supporting End-Users in Service Composition [chapter]

Hua Xiao, Ying Zou, Ran Tang, Joanna Ng, Leho Nigul
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), service composition integrates existing services to fulfill specific tasks using a set of standards and tools.  ...  We also mine the task usage pattern from the historical usage data to recommend new services.  ...  Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16599-3_9 fatcat:cnstf2nnpvfvhmj64pi24bnhty

Recommend-As-You-Go: A Novel Approach Supporting Services-Oriented Scientific Workflow Reuse

Jia Zhang, Wei Tan, John Alexander, Ian Foster, Ravi Madduri
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing  
The underpinning is a People-Service-Workflow (PSW) network that models existing scientific artifacts, services and workflows, and their past usage relationships into a social network.  ...  In contrast to existing interface-based services discovery approaches, this paper proposes a novel approach of proactively recommending services in a workflow composition process, based on service usage  ...  This work is partially supported by Google Summer of Code 2010; National Science Foundation, under grant NSF IIS-0959215; and the National Cancer Institute, the National Institutes of Health under contract  ... 
doi:10.1109/scc.2011.120 dblp:conf/IEEEscc/ZhangTAFM11 fatcat:iaao7o24dvczbmlokfsthjrisq

Representing and Linking Dunhuang Cultural Heritage Information Resources Using Knowledge Graph

Xiaoguang Wang, Wanli Chang, Xu Tan
2020 Knowledge organization  
Finally, we constructed a DH-oriented knowledge graph service platform in order to provide a user friendly visual display and semantic retrieval service.  ...  This study identifies five facets and their semantic relationship to Dunhuang CH, constructs an ontology model to regulate the entities, attributes, and relationships of Dunhuang CH knowledge, and subsequently  ...  , attributes, and visual data model of the building composition.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2020-7-604 fatcat:uhpl26m7h5a65gdh6hayjoqrci

Security-Aware Service Composition with Fine-Grained Information Flow Control

Wei She, I-Ling Yen, Bhavani Thuraisingham, Elisa Bertino
2013 IEEE Transactions on Services Computing  
To reduce the policy evaluation cost, we use historical information to efficiently evaluate and prune candidate compositions and perform local/remote policy evaluation only on top candidates.  ...  To achieve effective and efficient information flow control, we introduce the novel concept of transformation factor to model the computation effect of intermediate services.  ...  To facilitate the estimation of the likelihood, the service composer maintains a database VDB to store the validation results of all service pairs in historical composition transactions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsc.2012.3 fatcat:ornomdwmjfaq7erwksvkcr6pza

Formalizing "Traceability' for Architectural Evolutions

Liang-Jie Zhang, Vishal Dwivedi, Nianjun Zhou
2010 2010 IEEE Asia-Pacific Services Computing Conference  
Our approach utilizes historical data about pattern enablement and uses that to guide architects in selecting the right patterns.  ...  Software architectures evolve over time, and so do the models that represent them.  ...  In summary, these multi-dimensional views provide capability of visualizing detailed information regarding historical usage and constraints for individual artifacts, and thus facilitating the traceability  ... 
doi:10.1109/apscc.2010.118 dblp:conf/apscc/ZhangDZ10 fatcat:o3kvmjd2fvfo5egw4wxdqc64f4

Virtual data Grid middleware services for data-intensive science

Yong Zhao, Michael Wilde, Ian Foster, Jens Voeckler, James Dobson, Eric Gilbert, Thomas Jordan, Elizabeth Quigg
2006 Concurrency and Computation  
The GriPhyN Virtual Data System provides a suite of components and services for data-intensive sciences that enables scientists to systematically and efficiently describe, discover, and share large scale  ...  We describe the design and implementation of such middleware services in terms of a virtual data system interface called Chiron, and present virtual data integration examples from the QuarkNet education  ...  James Dobson provided the fMRI workflows and assisted in their development and testing. The Pegasus planner is the work of Ewa Deelman and her group at the USC Information Sciences Institute.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.968 fatcat:pxtqiiyg6fdohli2hzqkv7ut5a

A COLAB Model of Workplace Transformation in the Criminal Justice Context [chapter]

Sarah Hean, Marie Aakjær, Laure Kloetzer, Laura Seppänen, Anu Kajamaa, Päivikki Lahtinen, Tine Murphy
2021 Improving Interagency Collaboration, Innovation and Learning in Criminal Justice Systems  
Limitations and future directions for the model are discussed.  ...  AbstractThis chapter presents the COLAB model for promoting organisational learning and innovation with potential application in criminal justice-related organisations.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors contributed equally to the production of this chapter.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-70661-6_8 fatcat:ik64gqy4xfb4dam3oowbsc54c4
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