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Quartz: a QoS architecture for open systems
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This paper describes an architecture that provides support for quality of service (QoS) specification and enforcement in heterogeneous distributed computing systems. Expand
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An Adaptive Fault-Tolerant Component Model
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This paper presents a component model for building distributed applications with fault-tolerance requirements. Expand
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The QoS-MO ontology for semantic QoS modeling
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The QoS-MO ontology enables the specification of QoS requirements for Semantic Web Services and can easily be combined with OWL-S. Expand
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Discovery of Semantic Web Services Compositions Based on SAWSDL Annotations
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This paper presents an approach for automatic discovery and composition of semantic Web services, using the SAWSDL standard. Expand
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Embedded Systems Integration Using Web Services
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This paper aims to demonstrate the feasibility of using Web Services for the integration of embedded applications running on heterogeneous architectures. Expand
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An architecture to automate performance tests on microservices
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In this paper, we present a new approach to allow the performance tests to be executed in an automated way, with each microservice providing a test specification that is used to perform tests. Expand
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The device service bus: a solution for embedded device integration through web services
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This paper presents a middleware infrastructure for integration of heterogeneous embedded devices in ubiquitous computing environments, using the Devices Profile for Web Services as the underlying integration technology. Expand
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Publishing linked data through semantic microservices composition
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We propose a composition method for composing semantic microservices for achieving data integration based on Linked Data principles. Expand
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A Framework for Semantic Description of RESTful Web APIs
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This paper introduces a framework for semantic description of RESTful Web APIs that is based on annotations added to the application code that associate resources, properties and operations with terms semantically described by vocabularies and ontologies. Expand
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Adaptive Fault-Tolerant CORBA Components
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This paper presents AFT-CCM (Adaptive Fault-Tolerance in the CORBA Component Model) – a model for building component-based applications with QoS requirements related to fault tolerance. Expand
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