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Maintaining the Quality of Service (QoS) is important for self-healing web service-based distributed interactive applications. It requires the ability to deal with permanently changing constraints both at the communication and the execution levels. Preventing or repairing QoS degradation also requires the capacity of identifying its possible or actual(More)
—Current Web service composition approaches and languages such as WS-BPEL do not allow to define temporal constraints in a declarative and separate way. Also it is not possible to verify if there are contradictions between the temporal constraints implemented in the composition. These limitations lead to maintainability and correctness problems. In this(More)
Monitoring and analysis of QoS are crucial steps for the provisioning of self-healing web services and for managing web service-based distributed interactive applications. Dealing with these issues becomes even more challenging when applications are dynamically built by composition of distributed services involving different service providers. In this case,(More)
In this paper, we propose a new UML2.0 profile to describe the change of software architectures. The profile introduces a set of stereotypes for modeling the structural and the dynamic aspect as well as architectural constraints. We adapt the component diagrams metamodel on specific purposes by extending existing metaclasses. The adaptations are defined(More)