Mikhail Perepletchikov

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Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) is emerging as a promising software development paradigm based on the concept of encapsulating application logic within independent, loosely coupled, stateless services that interact via messages using standard communication protocols. The design principles of SOC are yet to be well understood; therefore service-oriented(More)
—Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) is an emerging paradigm for developing software systems that employ services. Presently there is already much research effort in the areas of service discovery and orchestration, business process modelling, and the semantic web. While these are all important aspects for moving towards the pervasive adoption of SOC, most(More)
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a promising approach for developing enterprise applications. While the concept of SOA has been described in research and industry literature, the techniques for determining optimal granularity of services and encapsulating business logic in software are unclear. This paper explores this problem using a case study(More)
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a promising approach for developing integrated enterprise applications. Although the architectural aspects of SOA have been investigated in research and industry literature, the actual process of designing and implementing services in SOA is not well understood. The goal of this paper is to identify tasks needed for(More)
—One of the goals of Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) is to improve software maintainability as businesses become more agile, and thus underlying processes and rules change more frequently. This paper presents a controlled experiment examining the relationship between coupling in service-oriented designs, as measured using a recently proposed suite of(More)
Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) is a promising paradigm for developing enterprise software systems. The initial concepts of service-orientation have been described in the research and industry literature and software tools for assisting in the development of Service-Oriented (SO) applications are becoming more widely used. Nonetheless, a precise(More)
This paper presents a mechanism for dividing an agent oriented application into the three IEEE defined scoping levels of essential, conditional and optional. This mechanism is applied after the initial system specification, and is then used to direct incremental development with three separate releases. The scoping described can be applied at any stage of a(More)