Ivan Budiselic

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Representational State Transfer (REST), as an architectural style for distributed hypermedia systems, enables scalable operation of the World Wide Web (WWW) and is the foundation for its future evolution. However, although described over 10 years ago, no comprehensive formal model for representing RESTful systems exists. The lack of a formal model has(More)
Representational State Transfer (REST), as an architectural style for distributed hyper-media systems, enables scalable operation of the World Wide Web and is the foundation for its future evolution. However, although described over 10 years ago, no formal model for representing RESTful systems exists that is comprehensive in following REST principles ,(More)
Demand for more advanced Web applications is the driving force behind Web browser evolution. Recent requirements for Rich Internet Applications, such as mashing-up data and background processing, are emphasizing the need for building and executing Web applications as a coordination of browser execution contexts. Since development of such Web applications(More)
In recent years, the ubiquitous demands for cross-protocol application access are driving the need for deeper integration between SIP and SOAP. In this article we present a novel methodology for integrating these two protocols. Through an analysis of properties of SIP and SOAP we show that integration between these protocols should be based on(More)
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