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An Aspect-Oriented Framework for Service Adaptation [chapter]

Woralak Kongdenfha, Régis Saint-Paul, Boualem Benatallah, Fabio Casati
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose an Aspect oriented framework as a solution to provide support for service adaptation.  ...  to automate the task of handling mismatches, and iii) a tool to support template instantiation and their execution together with the service implementation.  ...  Work of [6, 7] also supports aspect oriented adaptation of BPEL processes according to changes in the environment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11948148_2 fatcat:2noz22adxzh5hflx4gockom7va

Service-Orientation in Mobile Computing - An Overview

M. Hamdy, B. Konig-Ries
2006 7th International Conference on Mobile Data Management (MDM'06)  
We explain how the limitations of mobile devices can be overcome by functionality sharing via service-orientation.  ...  In this paper, we argue why service-orientation is the appropriate computing paradigm to use in mobile and wireless environments.  ...  Due to the limited available power for mobile devices and high complexities and power consumptions of shared processing in query optimizing and execution, optimizing query plans according to power consumption  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdm.2006.144 dblp:conf/mdm/HamdyK06 fatcat:gubyaqvajzefxb6cwzxwafpl7e

Adaptive Query Routing on Distributed Context - The COSINE Framework

Lukasz Juszczyk, Harald Psaier, Atif Manzoor, Schahram Dustdar
2009 2009 Tenth International Conference on Mobile Data Management: Systems, Services and Middleware  
The services represent modular entities of the applied context model and manage the retrieval, aggregation, query, and provision of context data.  ...  COSINE has been developed on the principles of peer-to-peer computing and establishes context sharing infrastructures consisting of loosely coupled Web services.  ...  The adaptivity is achieved by monitoring execution states of the processes, by correlating them with dynamic context data, and by taking action in case of deviations [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdm.2009.101 dblp:conf/mdm/JuszczykPMD09 fatcat:sn745ljdzjhylb2dqx6ohegnla

Collaborative scientific workflows supporting collaborative science

Shiyong Lu, Jia Zhang
2011 International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management  
, and concludes with our ongoing work in this direction.  ...  Recently, scientific workflows have emerged for scientists to integrate distributed computations, datasets, and analysis tools to enable and accelerate scientific discovery.  ...  To name a few, Business Process Models (BPM) [70] is a collaborative business process modeling tool; OntoEdit [71] supports a concurrent [69] integrates the object-oriented and process-oriented  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbpim.2011.040209 fatcat:5op5on2xgffhjabh7wgjrfuhai

Mapping a parallel complex-object DBMS to operating system processes [chapter]

Michael Gesmann
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
So far, parallelism in complex-object and object-oriented DBMS has not been investigated in depth because descriptive and set-oriented query languages did not exist for these systems.  ...  In this paper, we explain differences between parallel query processing in relational and complex-object DBMS.  ...  . • Finally, due to the enhanced semantics in OO data models and query languages, OO query processing requires comparatively more cpu-resources than relational query processing [6, 7] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0024786 fatcat:tyjnfuwflfeahjjbr32e4tf32u

Big Data Management: What to Keep from the Past to Face Future Challenges?

G. Vargas-Solar, J. L. Zechinelli-Martini, J. A. Espinosa-Oviedo
2017 Data Science and Engineering  
Mature and novel system architectures propose models and mechanisms for adding these properties to new efficient data management and processing functions delivered as services.  ...  ., computing, storage and main memory). Instead, it is necessary to design data processing algorithms and processes considering unlimited resources via the "pay-as-you-go" model.  ...  Indeed, adding new functions, supporting evolutions of the data model, extending the query language and then supporting well adapted optimization strategies, can require important coding effort.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41019-017-0043-3 fatcat:ce5uchapafa5pbxrgeryb7jfii

H-KaaS: A Knowledge-as-a-Service architecture for E-health

Renan G. Barreto, Lucas Aversari, Cecília Neta A. P. Gomes, Natasha C. Q. Lino
2018 Brazilian Journal of Biological Sciences  
Due to the need to improve access to knowledge and the establishment of means for sharing and organizing data in the health area, this research proposes an architecture based on the paradigm of Knowledge-as-a-Service  ...  Thus, the development of this research contributed to the creation of a new architecture, called H-KaaS, which established itself as a platform capable of managing multiple data sources and knowledge models  ...  Knowledge service provider Within the KaaS paradigm, the knowledge service provider module aims to access and process data from the data source, manage knowledge models and serve queries made by knowledge  ... 
doi:10.21472/bjbs.050901 fatcat:q2nsdodbtjgibpwae7vntoy7iq

TRIAD: The Translational Research Informatics and Data Management Grid

D. Ervin, R. Dhaval, T. Borlawsky, A. Lai, P. Payne
2011 Applied Clinical Informatics  
Methods: A common approach to distributed data, information, and knowledge management needs in the healthcare and life science settings is the deployment and use of a service-oriented a>rchitecture (SOA  ...  Such SOA technologies provide for strongly-typed, semantically annotated, and stateful data and analytical services that can be combined into data and knowledge integration and analysis "pipelines."  ...  Acknowledgments The project described in this manuscript was supported by award number U54RR024384 from the National Center for Research Resources.  ... 
doi:10.4338/aci-2011-02-ra-0014 pmid:23616879 pmcid:PMC3631927 fatcat:7aipbci2kfdilpasj4uwgo3l2q

Service-Oriented Data Sharing Software Framework for Flood Prevention Information System

Yang Yang, Chengwu Wang
2011 Management & Engineering  
of flood prevention objectives of information sharing services, technology systems and building contents, put forward a more comprehensive and standardized service-oriented architecture information sharing  ...  technology framework for flood prevention, flood prevention and spatial data to achieve the data sharing technology and business model for local conditions to carry out flood prevention and information  ...  process nodes, order calls the appropriate measuring station information queries, queries, and reservoir storage, digital plans for a query component.  ... 
doi:10.5503/ fatcat:4r34rskch5er5o6ewqljt3xdn4

Configurable data integration middleware system

Alvaro C. P. Barbosa, Fábio A.M. Porto, Rubens Nascimento Melo
2002 Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society  
A control model checks the configuration, manages the communication between components and dynamically schedules tasks.  ...  The configuration is based on the selection of an adequate set of database services components and flexibility is achieved by adopting framework techniques.  ...  Introduction Developing data integration middleware systems is not a simple task due to the complexity of supporting multiple data models, complex query processing strategies and transaction control techniques  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0104-65002002000200002 fatcat:5p2wtclvbfeafkjjmopiubtxte

The Case for Object Databases in Cloud Data Management [chapter]

Michael Grossniklaus
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Finally, the service-oriented view taken by cloud computing is in its nature a close match to object models.  ...  Furthermore, objects and relationships might be useful units to model and implement data partitions, while, at the same time, helping to reduce join processing.  ...  Norrie, David Maier and Alan Dearle for the discussions about the work presented in this paper and their valuable feedback on initial drafts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16092-9_6 fatcat:zgclorqmwvdvdkxvrmmqegfazm

Adaptive query processing and the grid: opportunities and challenges

A. Gounaris, N.W. Paton, R. Sakellariou, A.A.A. Fernandes
2004 Proceedings. 15th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2004.  
for Adaptive Query Processing (AQP); (ii) we discuss some basic challenges arising from the new opportunities and outline the unsuitability for use in a Grid setting and narrow specialisation of existing  ...  Grid technologies have been developed in response to an increase in demand for computing applications designed to yield the benefits from collaboration, data sharing and sophisticated interaction of autonomous  ...  We are also grateful to our co-workers in this area at Newcastle, namely Paul Watson, Jim Smith and Arijit Mukherjee, and to M. Nedim Alpdemir.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dexa.2004.1333525 dblp:conf/dexaw/GounarisPSF04 fatcat:6okyabn5rfgqhlbf5x2qllktau

The Dynamics of Process Modeling: New Directions for the Use of Events and Rules in Service-Oriented Computing [chapter]

Susan D. Urban, Le Gao, Rajiv Shrestha, Andrew Courter
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The introduction of service-oriented computing has created a more dynamic environment for the composition of software applications, where processes are affected by events and data changes and also pose  ...  processes that access shared data and cannot enforce traditional transaction properties.  ...  This research has been supported by NSF Grant No. CCF-0820152 and NSF Grant No. IIS-9978217.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17505-3_10 fatcat:uhbpri2fqvhxhpqsb2nuljuzou

Object orientation in multidatabase systems

Evaggelia Pitoura, Omran Bukhres, Ahmed Elmagarmid
1995 ACM Computing Surveys  
., it can execute global queries), exporter (i.e., global queries can access its data), or both, and various degrees of integration can be supported.  ...  In Section 3, we describe how the object-oriented model has been adapted to serve as the data model of the multidatabase and its role in facilitating the tasks of schema translation and integration.  ... 
doi:10.1145/210376.210378 fatcat:4cmyam4f75gmxca7asm2oodlfy

Real-Time Collaboration and Experience Reuse for Cloud-Based Workflow Management Systems

Sebastian Gorg, Ralph Bergmann, Sarah Gessinger, Mirjam Minor
2013 2013 IEEE 15th Conference on Business Informatics  
It is based on a prototypical generic software system for integrated process and knowledge management and addresses the concept for collaborative workflow modeling.  ...  The concept for the reuse of workflows combines the ability of the resource model to share workflows with Case-Based Reasoning, a specific field of Artificial Intelligence.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work is part of the WEDA project (Web-based design, reuse, documentation and execution of agile Workflows).  ... 
doi:10.1109/cbi.2013.63 dblp:conf/wecwis/GorgBGM13 fatcat:d7hn62eik5cvfiy2p3hzwj562q
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