Modern Technologies in Web Services Research

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Zhang, Liang-Jie
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Mar 31, 2007 - Computers - 284 pages
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Web service technologies are constantly being recreated, continuously challenging Web service professionals and examiners. Modern Technologies in Web Services Research facilitates communication and networking among Web services and e-business researchers and engineers in a period where considerable changes are taking place in Web services technologies innovation.

Modern Technologies in Web Services Research provides mathematic foundations for service oriented computing, Web services architecture and security, frameworks for building Web service applications, and dynamic invocation mechanisms for Web services among other innovative approaches.


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Very Good book for the researchers those want to do the research in Web services domain which is very recent topic.
Rather I am doing my PhD in web service compositions so this book found to be very useful.


Challenges and Opportunities for Web Services Research
Authentication Techniques for UDDI Registries
Web Services Enabled EMarket Access Control Model
Dynamically Adaptable Web Services Based on the Simple Object Access Protocol
Advanced Data Compression Techniques for SOAP Web Services
Mobile Agents Meet Web Services
RAWS UWAS Reflective and Adaptable Web Services Running on the Universal Web Application Server
MetadataBased Information Management Framework for Grids
Architectural Foundations of WSRFNET
QoSAware Web Services Discovery with Federated Support for UDDI
Proactively Composing Web Services as Tasks by Semantic Web Agents
Web Services Identification Methodology and CASE Tools
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Liang-Jie Zhang is a research staff member and program manager of application architectures and realization at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. Dr. Zhang has made significant, original contributions to services computing innovations and interactive media systems. He is the founding chair of IBM Research's Services Computing Professional Interest Community and has been leading an IBM service-oriented architecture (SOA) tooling and architecture research project for years. He has been coleading IBM's SOA Solution Stack (aka SOA Reference Architecture: Solution View) project since 2004.

His new book Services Computing was published by Springer in 2007. He has received two IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Awards, an IBM Plateau Invention Achievement Awards, an Outstanding Achievement Award from the World Academy of Sciences, and an Innovation Leadership Award from the China Institute of Electronics. Zhang has thirty-seven granted patents and twenty pending patent applications. As the lead inventor, he holds federated Web services discovery and dynamic services composition patents. LJ chairs the SOA and Web Services Standards Working Group to define the IEEE 1723 Standard for SOA Solution Reference Architecture. He is the chair of IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on services computing. [Editor]

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