Service Engineering: European Research Results

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 22, 2010 - Computers - 338 pages
Service engineering is increasingly posing challenges to traditional software engineering methodologies including specification, modeling, architecture, and verification, just to name a few. On the other hand, the latest advancements in software engineering are continuously leveraged in Service Engineering research, especially in the design and implementation of service-oriented systems. Several mutual impacts between service engineering and software engineering could be observed in the last decade, and many research efforts have been devoted to the field. However, in spite of the considerable efforts and significant contributions, few have attempted to summarize the research results systematically.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Describing Case Studies and Classifying Research Approaches
1
Chapter 2 Modeldriven Service Engineering with SoaML
25
The DiVAWay
55
Chapter 4 Coordination Organisation and Modeldriven Approaches for Dynamic Flexible Robust Software and Services Engineering
85
Chapter 5 Modelaware Monitoring of SOAs for Compliance
117
Chapter 6 Integrating Perfective and Corrective Adaptation of Servicebased Applications
137
Chapter 7 Combining Domaindriven Design and Mashups for Service Development
171
Chapter 8 Guidance in Business Process Modelling
201
Chapter 9 Adaptive Service Binding with Lightweight Semantic Web Services
233
A Service Discovery Framework
261
Chapter 11 VRESCo Vienna Runtime Environment for Serviceoriented Computing
299
Glossary
325
Index
337
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