Mark Feblowitz

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With the emergence of Yahoo Pipes and several similar services, data mashup tools have started to gain interest of business users. Making these tools simple and accessible ton users with no or little programming experience has become a pressing issue. In this paper we introduce MARIO (Mashup Automation with Runtime Orchestration and Invocation), a new tool(More)
When an enterprise considers the acquisition of a COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) system, the procurement process typically includes consideration of technical criteria such as feature sets and ease of integration with other systems. However, any selected COTS system will also have an impact on how the enterprise runs – how the work of the enterprise gets(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel way of modeling Web services using folksonomies. The key advantage of our model is that it allows a large number of users to participate, easily, in annotating services with tags. This is in contrast to more expressive, logic based models of services, such as semantic Web service models, which require significant expertise(More)
In the realm of component-based software systems, pursuers of the holy grail of automated application composition face many significant challenges. In this paper we argue that, while the general problem of automated composition in response to high-level goal statements is indeed very difficult to solve, we can realize composition in a restricted context,(More)
This paper discusses a requirements gathering methodology and tool support for a class of systems we term service-oriented systems. The requirements acquisition methodology that our tools support is, not surprisingly, a process centered methodology, since the processes of the system map to the services provided by our organization. The ACME/PRIME tool to(More)
With the proliferation of various kinds of sensor networks, we will see large amounts of heterogeneous data. They have different characteristics such as data content, formats, modality and quality. Existing research has largely focused on issues related to individual sensor networks; how to make use of diverse data beyond the individual network level is(More)