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An empirical comparison of botnet detection methods
The results of botnet detection methods are usually presented without any comparison. Although it is generally accepted that more comparisons with third-party methods may help to improve the area,Expand
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Persisting big-data: The NoSQL landscape
Abstract The growing popularity of massively accessed Web applications that store and analyze large amounts of data, being Facebook, Twitter and Google Search some prominent examples of suchExpand
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Improving Web Service descriptions for effective service discovery
Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) is a new paradigm that replaces the traditional way to develop distributed software with a combination of discovery, engagement and reuse of third-party services. WebExpand
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Easy web service discovery: A query-by-example approach
Web services have acquired enormous popularity among software developers. This popularity has motivated developers to publish a large number of Web service descriptions in UDDI registries. AlthoughExpand
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Survey on network-based botnet detection methods
Botnets are an important security problem on the Internet. They continuously evolve their structure, protocols and attacks. This survey analyzes and compares the most important efforts carried out inExpand
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Automatically Detecting Opportunities for Web Service Descriptions Improvement
Mostly e-business and e-applications rely on the Service Oriented Computing paradigm and its most popular implementation, namely Web Services. When properly implemented and described, Web ServicesExpand
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Chronos: A multi-agent system for distributed automatic meeting scheduling
Meeting scheduling is a time-consuming and tedious task that often involves negotiating conflicting interests among groups of people. This paper describes Chronos, a multi-agent system for helpingExpand
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RESTful service composition at a glance: A survey
In the last years, Web Service composition has undoubtedly become the most promising way to integrate business-to-business applications. However, the industry and the academia often disagree onExpand
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JavaLog: a framework-based integration of Java and Prolog for agent-oriented programming
Intelligent agent development has imposed new challenges on the necessary language support. Object-oriented languages have been proposed as an appropriate tool, although logic-oriented languages areExpand
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A Survey of Approaches to Web Service Discovery in Service-Oriented Architectures
Discovering services acquires importance as Service-Oriented Computing SOC becomes an adopted paradigm. SOC's most popular materializations, namely Web Services technologies, have differentExpand
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