Web Services Research for Emerging Applications: Discoveries and Trends: Discoveries and Trends

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Zhang, Liang-Jie
IGI Global, Feb 28, 2010 - Computers - 720 pages

As Web technology evolves and adopts new uses and applications, the creation and proliferation of Web services continues to be an increasingly important issue for study and research.

Web Services Research for Emerging Applications: Discoveries and Trends provides a comprehensive assessment of the latest developments in Web services, with chapters focused on composing and coordinating Web services, the design and development of Service Oriented Architectures, and XML security.

 

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Contents

SOA Reference Architecture
1
A Methodology for QosBased Web Services Design
16
A Metamorphic Testing Methodology for Online SOA Application Testing
45
Integrated Design of eBanking Architecture
67
A Similarity Measure for Process Mining in Service Oriented Architecture
87
Rapid Development of Adaptable SituationAware ServiceBased Systems
104
ObjectOriented Architecture for Web Services Eventing
140
Composing and Coordinating Transactional Web Services
185
A ModelDriven Development Framework for NonFunctional Aspects in Service Oriented Architecture
358
The Case of Integration of P2P Services with Web Services
390
Principle and Applications
422
Broadening JAINSLEE with a Service Description Language and Asynchronous Web Services
442
Requirements from EScience and a GraphBased Solution
465
An Access Control Framework for WSBPEL Processes
492
Metric Evaluation and Validation
516
PatternBased Translation of BPMN Process Models to BPEL Web Services
545

Security Personalization for Internet and Web Services
205
XML Security with Binary XML for Mobile Web Services
230
Efficient and Effective XML Encoding
250
Data Mining in Web Services Discovery and Monitoring
270
A Reengineering Approach for Ensuring Transactional Reliability of Composite Services
290
Provenance Management for DataDriven Workflows
317
Result Refinement in WebServices Retrieval Based on Multiple Instances Learning
340
SynchronizationConstraint Aspect Extension to Procedural Process Specification Languages
567
A ReservationBased Extended Transaction Protocol for Coordination of Web Services within Business Activities
590
Compilation of References
620
About the Contributors
657
Index
673
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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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