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Web Services: Foundation and Composition

Jens Hündling, Mathias Weske
2003 Electronic Markets  
However, CORBA and J2EE may well be used to implement Web services. WEB SERVICES FOUNDATION Web services are a current implementation of the Service Oriented Architecture.  ...  Based on Web services foundation, current approaches to marry Web services technology with business process technology are described.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1019678032000067226 fatcat:jrxzcaijjbbsfkgqlr2l5n6oxe

RESTful Web Services: Principles, Patterns, Emerging Technologies [chapter]

Cesare Pautasso
2013 Web Services Foundations  
RESTful Web services are software services which are published on the Web, taking full advantage and making correct use of the HTTP protocol.  ...  This chapter gives an introduction to the REST architectural style and how it can be used to design Web service APIs.  ...  Acknowledgments Many thanks to Erik Wilde for all the help in preparing and running four editions of a successful WWW and ICWE tutorial on RESTful Web Services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_2 fatcat:kd5azczyevh4fi7oeaqjsxrjju

A Dynamic Foundational Architecture for Semantic Web Services

Brahim Medjahed, Athman Bouguettaya
2005 Distributed and parallel databases  
We propose an architectural foundation for managing semantic Web services in dynamic environments. We introduce the concept of community to cater for an ontological organization of Web services.  ...  The combination of Web services and ontologies is gaining momentum as the potential silver bullets for tomorrow's Web, i.e., the Semantic Web.  ...  The proposed framework lays the foundation for the automatic selection and composition of semantic Web services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10619-004-0190-1 fatcat:6x4dj4m3efhjlceh3pkudbpmkm

Automated Negotiation Among Web services [chapter]

Khayyam Hashmi, Amal Alhosban, Zaki Malik, Brahim Medjahed, Salima Benbernou
2013 Web Services Foundations  
travel insurance as Web service F.We use WebNeg to negotiate these six Web services (Web service A, Web service B, Web service C, Web service D, Web service E and Web service F ) where, the negotiation  ...  services (TPS for Web service A and Web service B).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_18 fatcat:3lzqhzx57ndtfjnwcv5xhotpki

Service Selection in Web Service Composition: A Comparative Review of Existing Approaches [chapter]

Mahboobeh Moghaddam, Joseph G. Davis
2013 Web Services Foundations  
Web service composition (WSC) offers a range of solutions for rapid creation of complex applications in advanced service-oriented systems by facilitating the composition of already existing concrete web  ...  services.  ...  Web service interface is the essential aspect in the web service description (W3C working group note on Web Service Architecture [13] ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_13 fatcat:whea24dzjndwrbawzli4srsqbe

Composition of Web Services: From Qualitative to Quantitative Timed Properties [chapter]

Nawal Guermouche, Claude Godart
2013 Web Services Foundations  
Then, it introduces the concepts related to timed Web services, timed conversations and protocols.  ...  The following section introduces the notion of composition of Web services with emphasis on the temporal dimension, and defines a formal composition approach.  ...  Web service description is one of the important ingredients for Web service composition.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_16 fatcat:or62i4qnure4zlhbsikw3bkeeu

Behavioral Service Substitution [chapter]

Christian Stahl, Wil M. P. van der Aalst
2013 Web Services Foundations  
We present a formal model of service behavior, formalize service substitution, study algorithms to decide service substitution, and provide rules to construct services that are correct by design.  ...  A key ingredient of service orientation is the ability to substitute one service by another without reconfiguring the overall system.  ...  A service is an autonomous system that has an interface to interact with other services via message passing. As services are composed into more complex services, a service is usually stateful.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_9 fatcat:xjxx36m5undzpoc4uguvbdijui

Service-Oriented Programming with Jolie [chapter]

Fabrizio Montesi, Claudio Guidi, Gianluigi Zavattaro
2013 Web Services Foundations  
The wide adoption of service-oriented computing has led to a heterogeneous scenario formed by different technologies and specifications.  ...  In this chapter we present Jolie, a fully-fledged service-oriented programming language. Jolie addresses the aforementioned heterogeneity in two ways.  ...  ., Web Services) and are thus less general.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_4 fatcat:o7efkmcskrbghi63ahjbsywpsm

Software Product Line Engineering to Develop Variant-Rich Web Services [chapter]

Bardia Mohabbati, Mohsen Asadi, Dragan Gašević, Jaejoon Lee
2013 Web Services Foundations  
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) enables enterprise for distributed and flexible software development.  ...  In this chapter, we have introduced a methodological foundation for modeling and developing variant-rich SOA-solutions by incorporating the principles of Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE) into the  ...  [41] propose a feature-based service customization framework to model and manage variability of complex Web service specifications.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_21 fatcat:nqutpgryrrajbhhbjewmsvm22e

DRAAS: Dynamically Reconfigurable Architecture for Autonomic Services [chapter]

Emna Mezghani, Riadh Ben Halima, Khalil Drira
2013 Web Services Foundations  
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_19 fatcat:7xgtmww2tfdv3etwgcztujsb3i

An Approach for Service Discovery and Recommendation Using Contexts [chapter]

Hua Xiao, Ying Zou
2013 Web Services Foundations  
Given the large amount of existing Web services nowadays, it is timeconsuming for users to find appropriate Web services to satisfy their diversity requirements.  ...  Context-aware techniques provide a promising way to help users obtain their desired services by automatically analyzing a user's context and recommending services for the user.  ...  Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_24 fatcat:uwokdbjbx5feneducwzbf3jl5e

Automated Service Composition Based on Behaviors: The Roman Model [chapter]

Giuseppe De Giacomo, Massimo Mecella, Fabio Patrizi
2013 Web Services Foundations  
expressed as a (virtual) target service.  ...  In this chapter, we discuss the so-called "Roman model", in which services are abstracted as transition systems and the objective is to obtain a composite service that preserves a desired interaction,  ...  Rather than actual languages widely used to describe Web services, such as WSDL, we focus on their conceptual model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7518-7_8 fatcat:d3mckxappjcllovdmsetvuzkl4

Theoretical Foundations of Scope-Based Compensable Flow Language for Web Service [chapter]

Geguang Pu, Huibiao Zhu, Zongyan Qiu, Shuling Wang, Xiangpeng Zhao, Jifeng He
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Web Services have become more and more important in these years, and BPEL4WS is a de facto standard for the web service composition and orchestration.  ...  Introduction Web services and other web-based applications have been becoming more and more important in practice.  ...  However, BPEL has become the de facto standard for specifying and executing workflow specification for web service composition.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11768869_19 fatcat:4ookfpq4fvf5tobleisobgbajm

Web services as the foundation for learning complex software system development

Marty Humphrey
2004 Proceedings of the 35th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '04  
Students recognize the practicality of Web Services. Students also appreciate the research possibilities that arise while evaluating the state of the art with regard to Web Services.  ...  To make the discussions of designing, implementing, and evaluating complex software systems more concrete, we situate the core of the class in the context of Web Services.  ...  The core of the class, and the core of the discussion in this paper, is the use of Web Services as the foundation for learning complex software system development.  ... 
doi:10.1145/971300.971456 dblp:conf/sigcse/Humphrey04 fatcat:cd2eywkbxfdp5jihkvvflcor4u

Web services as the foundation for learning complex software system development

Marty Humphrey
2004 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin  
Students recognize the practicality of Web Services. Students also appreciate the research possibilities that arise while evaluating the state of the art with regard to Web Services.  ...  To make the discussions of designing, implementing, and evaluating complex software systems more concrete, we situate the core of the class in the context of Web Services.  ...  The core of the class, and the core of the discussion in this paper, is the use of Web Services as the foundation for learning complex software system development.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1028174.971456 fatcat:sr7twmimjrg63lrkfr53hqukhe
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