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In this paper, we present a UML- and rule-based approach to modeling Web services. The core of the solution is the UML-based rule model language (URML) that allows for developing business vocabularies and rules independent of an implementation technology. This helps developers to focus on solving problems under study rather than on low-level(More)
AbstrAct The development process of Web services needs to focus on the modeling of business processes rather than on low-level implementation details of Web services, and yet it also needs to incorporate the support for frequent business changes. This chapter presents the UML-based Rule Language (URML) and REWERSE Rule Markup Language (R2ML), which use(More)
In this report we describe a number of improvements to the rule modeling tool Strelka, developed in the Working Group I1. The main focus is on improvements of actions/events metamodel and using UML rules for modeling Web Services. Project co-funded by the European Commission and the Swiss Federal Office for Education and Science within the Sixth Framework(More)
The paper describes an approach for design and development of an adaptive control framework for media-rich applications. As novel techniques require complex computation and wide spectrum of devices, a modular simulator is being developed that can be used for inexpensive and effective analyses of different design strategies. The kernel of the simulator is(More)
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