Swapna A. Oundhakar

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Web services are the new paradigm for distributed computing. They have much to offer towards interoperability of applications and integration of large scale distributed systems. To make Web services accessible to users, service providers use Web service registries to publish them. Current infrastructure of registries requires replication of all Web service(More)
The World Wide Web is emerging not only as an infrastructure for data, but also for a broader variety of resources that are increasingly being made available as Web services. Relevant current standards like UDDI, WSDL, and SOAP are in their fledgling years and form the basis of making Web services a workable and broadly adopted technology. However,(More)
The potential of a large-scale growth of private and semi-private registries is creating the need for an infrastructure that can support discovery and publication over a group of autonomous registries. Recent versions of UDDI have made changes to accommodate interactions between distributed registries. In this paper, we discuss an ontology-based Web service(More)
Following the Service Oriented Architecture, Web Services offer an ideal solution for integrating heterogeneous, distributed applications on a Web scale. The collection of XML based standards, which make up the infrastructure of Web Services, makes this possible. Providing automation to discover and execute these services increases their potential(More)
The potential of a large-scale growth of private and semi-private registries is creating the need for an infrastructure, which can support discovery and publication over a group of autonomous registries. Recent versions of UDDI have made changes to accommodate interactions between distributed registries. In this chapter, we discuss an ontology based Web(More)
Web services have generated considerable interest in the area of application integration for achieving the enticing promise of "interoperability". Web service discovery is an important aspect of the Web service framework but its existing keyword based search implementation is seriously flawed. This is because the exchanged data is structurally and(More)
The World Wide Web is emerging not only as an infrastructure for data, but also for a broader variety of resources that are increasingly being made available as Web services. Although current standards like UDDI, WSDL, and SOAP form the basis of making Web services a workable and broadly adopted technology they are syntactic and therefore are plagued with(More)
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