Ounsa Roudiès

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The WS (Web services) description is an important step in the services consumption's cycle. Semantic WS extends the capabilities of a WS by associating semantic concepts in order to enable better search, discovery, selection, composition and integration. Several WS description approaches have been proposed to present a detailed description exceeding the(More)
Composing Web services is a convenient means of dealing with complex requests. However, the number of Web services on the Internet is increasing. This explains the growing interest in composing Web services automatically. Nevertheless, the Web services’ semantics is necessary for any dynamic composition process. In this article, we present an MDA approach(More)
A lot of works has been especially interested to the functional aspect of Web services. Nevertheless, it is necessary to describe their non-functional properties such as the security characteristics and the quality of service. The WS-Policy standard was recommended in 2007 to describe Web services policies including the non-functional properties. However,(More)
The current components' retrieval tools offer few services to facilitate a relevant search of these components. They are intended for experts having already a good knowledge of the components' catalogs. However, they are still limited for inexperienced users. In this context, the present contribution aims at analysing and comparing some existing retrieval(More)
Web services Description has been recognized as an interesting paradigm that attracted significant attention from the research community. Currently, several WS description approaches have been presented to complete a detailed description with all the required aspects. The WSDL standard remains incomplete to provide a sufficiently rich description to service(More)
This paper aims to benefit from the advantages of the Web services on behalf of business process management. It proposes a Web service approach to manufacture agile processes in two main phases: design and discovery. On the one hand, it tries to answer the question: how to model business processes that are able to be performed by Web services? On the other(More)