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Web Services: Concepts, Architectures and Applications
Like many other incipient technologies, Web services are still surrounded by a substantial level of noise. This noise results from the always dangerous combination of wishful thinking on the part ofExpand
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Semi-automated adaptation of service interactions
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In today's Web, many functionality-wise similar Web services are offered through heterogeneous interfaces (operation definitions) and business protocols (ordering constraints defined on legal operation invocation sequences). Expand
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Developing Adapters for Web Services Integration
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The push toward business process automation has generated the need for integrating different enterprise applications involved in such processes. Expand
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Workflow Evolution
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Business Process Intelligence
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Business Process Intelligence (BPI,) is an emerging area that is getting increasingly popularfor enterprises. Expand
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Representing, analysing and managing Web service protocols
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In the area of Web services and service-oriented architectures, business protocols are rapidly gaining importance and mindshare as a necessary part of Web service descriptions. Expand
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Understanding Mashup Development
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Web mashups are Web applications developed using contents and services available online. Expand
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Automated SLA Monitoring for Web Services
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We propose an automated and distributed SLA monitoring engine that enables the above functionality. Expand
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Workflow Evolution
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Analysis and Management of Web Service Protocols
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This paper discusses the different ways in which the middleware can leverage protocol descriptions, and focuses in particular on the notions of protocol compatibility, equivalence, and replace-ability. Expand
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