Jesus Bellido

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Representational State Transfer (REST) services are gaining momentum as a lightweight approach for the provision of services on the Web. Unlike WSDL-based services, in REST the set of operations is reduced, standardized, with well known semantics, and changes the re-source's state. Few attempts have been proposed to support composition models for REST, they(More)
The REST architectural style has attracted a lot of interest from industry due to the nonfunctional properties it contributes to Web-based solutions. SOAP/WSDL-based services, on the other hand, provide tools and methodologies that allow the design and development of software supporting complex service arrangements, enabling complex business processes which(More)
  • Flavio S Correa, Da Silva, Rosa Alarcon, Claudia J A De Araujo, Carla Vairetti, Lisney Alberti +1 other
  • 2010
The effective delivery of services in electronic government is a critical feature and also a difficult challenge. Contrasting with commercial systems, electronic government systems must be directed to the broadest possible spectrum of consumers, lest their value as tools to improve and modernise democracies can be hindered. Furthermore, since in the vast(More)
Current research on QoS aware service composition focuses on a WSDL/RPC service paradigm, characterized by a centralized, synchronous, and stateful approach. In this paper, we explore QoS aware RESTful services composition, which is characterized by a decentralized, stateless and hypermedia-driven environment. We focus particularly on the security domain(More)
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