Web Service Composition and New Frameworks in Designing Semantics: Innovations: Innovations

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Hung, Patrick
IGI Global, Jun 30, 2012 - Computers - 454 pages

Web Services are among the most important emerging technologies in the e-business, computer software, and communication industries with the potential to redefine the ways that companies do business and exchange information.

Web Service Composition and New Frameworks in Designing Semantics: Innovations highlights new developments in Semantic Web services, service-oriented systems, and Web services composition, among others. This book is a valuable resource providing leading technologies, developments, ideas, and trends to an international readership of researchers and engineers in the field of Web services.

 

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Contents

Web Services Compositions Modelling and Choreographies Analysis
1
A Dependable Infrastructure for Cooperative Web Services Coordination
27
ProtocolLevel Service Composition Mismatches
50
A Federated Approach to Information Management in Grids
71
Section 2
104
Specifying and Composing Web Services with an Environment OntologyBased Approach
105
Managing the Replaceability of Web Services Using Underlying Semantics
124
Similarity Measures for Substituting Web Services
143
Satisfying End User Constraints in Service Composition by Applying Stochastic Search Methods
238
The MACE Approach for Caching Mashups
261
Section 4
285
Enhancing Security Modeling for Web Services Using Delegation and PassOn
286
Behavioral Attestation for Web Services Based Business Processes
308
Analyzing Communities of Web Services Using Incentives
330
DiALog
352
Selective Service Provenance in the VRESCo Runtime
372

Service Flavors
171
Section 3
194
Flexible Probabilistic QoS Management of Orchestrations
195
Optimal Fault Tolerance Strategy Selection for Web Services
218
Compilation of References
395
About the Contributors
419
Index
428
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