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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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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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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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On automating Web services discovery
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We provide a formalization of the best covering problem in the framework of DL-based ontologies and propose a hypergraph-based algorithm to effectively compute best covers of a given request. Expand
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Request Rewriting-Based Web Service Discovery
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We present an approach to tackle this problem in the context of DAML-S ontologies of services. Expand
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Web service conversation modeling: a cornerstone for e-business automation
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We identify a framework that builds on current standards to help developers define extended service models and richer Web service abstractions. Expand
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Web services interoperability specifications
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A conceptual framework for analyzing Web services interoperability issues provides a context for studying existing standards and specifications and for identifying new opportunities to provide automated support, for this technology. Expand
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Fine-Grained Compatibility and Replaceability Analysis of Timed Web Service Protocols
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We first present a timed protocol model for services and identify different levels of compatibility and replaceability that are useful to support service development and evolution. Expand
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Model-Driven Web Service Development
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We show how, starting from the external specifications of a Web service, we can support the generation of extensible service implementation templates as well as of complete (executable) service specifications, thereby considerably simplifying the service development work. Expand
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