Emerging Web Services Technology, Volume 3

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Walter Binder, Schahram Dustdar
Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 23, 2009 - Computers - 180 pages
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This third volume on Emerging Web Services Technologies follows the current - search activities in the areas of Web Services and Service Oriented Architectures. rd It includes the proceedings of the 3 Workshop on Emerging Web Services Te- th nology2008(WEWST’08),whichwascolocatedwiththe6 EuropeanConference on Web Services (ECOWS’08) and took place in November 2008 in Dublin, I- land. In addition, this volume features three papers from the ECOWS’08 business track. WEWST focuses on research contributions advancing the state of the art in Web Services technologies. The main goal of the WEWST workshop is to serve as a forum for providing early exposure and much needed feedback to grow and establish original and emerging ideas within the Web Services community. The widevarietyoftools,techniques,andtechnologicalsolutionspresentedinWEWST share one common feature – they advance the current Web Services research in new directions by introducing new, sometimes controversial ideas into the ?eld. As such, WEWST is the natural extension to the main ECOWS conference. For this edition of WEWST, we accepted 6 full papers and 3 short papers. We would like to thank the paper authors for their submissions and for their contribution to the timely preparation of these proceedings, as well as for their presentations and lively discussions during the workshop. At the same time, we would like to thank our ProgramCommittee for their work and for submitting the reviewsontime.Lastbutnotleast,wewouldliketothank theECOWSconference organizers for their help organizing a successful workshop.

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Enforcing Advance Reservations for EScience Workflows in Service Oriented Architectures
Towards Reuse of Business Processes Patterns to Design Services
Serverside Exception Handling by Composite Web Services
A MediatorBased Approach to Resolving Interface Heterogeneity of Web Services
Efficient QoSaware Service Composition
A Distributed Service Component Framework for Interoperable and Modular ServiceOriented Pervasive Computing Applications
Service Contract Compliance Management in Business Process Management
An Architecture for Autonomic Web Service Process Planning
Towards Service Architectures in Serviceoriented Computing
A Case Study in the Banking Industry
Rules Deployment in an SOA
Architecting a Business Process Versioning Middleware for a Major Telecommunications Company

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