Theoretical and Analytical Service-Focused Systems Design and Development

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Chiu, Dickson K. W.
IGI Global, Jun 30, 2012 - Computers - 515 pages

Systems designers are asked constantly to improve end-users experiences while ensuring network stability and security and minimizing the use of resources. This trifold demand can only be met by incorporating the latest technological advances into the design, development, and maintenance of new software systems.

Theoretical and Analytical Service-Focused Systems Design and Development provides solutions to these challenges. It advances the practice and understanding of contemporary theories and empirical analysis for systems engineering in a way that achieves service excellence.

 

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Contents

Engineering eCollaboration Services with a MultiAgent System Approach
1
A Survey of Web Services Provision
24
A Service Oriented SLA Management Framework for Grid Environments
45
Execution Management for Mobile ServiceOriented Environments
62
Developing Local Association Network Based IoT Solutions for Body Parts Tagging and Tracking
83
Section 2
105
Secure Key Generation for Static Visual Watermarking by Machine Learning in Intelligent Systems and Services
106
Modelling SelfLed Trust Value Management in Grid and Service Oriented Infrastructures
122
NonMonotonic Modeling for Personalized Services Retrieval and Selection
267
Adaptable Services for Novelty Mining
280
Engineering Financial Enterprise Content Management Services
298
Section 4
327
RTLlama
328
SLIM
346
A Method to Support Fault Tolerance Design in Service Oriented Computing Systems
362
Demanddriven Development of Service Compositions in Organizational Networks
377

Autonomic BusinessDriven Dynamic Adaptation of ServiceOriented Systems and the WSPolicy4MASC Support for Such Adaptation
140
ODACE SLA
157
Using Description Logics for the Provision of ContextDriven Content Adaptation Services
176
Section 3
210
Two Heads Are Better Than One
211
Knowledge Capture in EServices Development
236
Knowledge Extraction from a Computational Consumer Model Based on Questionnaire Data Observed in Retail Service
252
CapacityDriven Web Services
392
Investigating the Role of Service Encounter in Enhancing Customer Satisfaction
416
Compilation of References
425
About the Contributors
461
Index
478
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