Rajesh Karunamurthy

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Web service composition is a mechanism for creating new web services from existing Web services. Web service composition enables rapid service creation by reusing existing services. Dynamic composition is composition at runtime. A business model defines the different parties involved in service provisioning and their relationships. However, the existing(More)
Web service composition is a mechanism for creating new services (with new functionalities) from the existing services. A business model defines the different parties involved in service provisioning and their relationships. Current Web service business models do not handle Web service composition explicitly, so we propose a novel business model to(More)
Presence technology conveys the willingness and ability of an entity to communicate and is very useful in developing innovative applications. Protocols and APIs have been proposed for presence, but these APIs are at a low level of abstraction. Web services provide the flexibility to develop loosely coupled applications with coarse-grained interfaces. This(More)
Web services can be reused to create new ones using composition methods. We have proposed a framework for Web services composition previously. In this framework, we describe Web services with functional, semantic, behavioral, and non-functional characteristics. The framework uses different techniques for creating the composite service. We have already(More)
The IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is the main component of 3G networks. It aims at the seamless provisioning of multimedia services to end-users. This paper presents a case study on multiparty multimedia game development in IMS. It first reviews the APIs and tools available for multiparty multimedia conferencing applications (e.g. games) development in IMS.(More)
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