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A contract is a legally binding agreement between real-world business entities whom we treat as providing services to one another. We focus on business rather than technical services. We think of a business contract as specifying the functional and nonfunctional behaviors of and interactions among the services. In current practice, contracts are produced as(More)
Contracts are legally binding descriptions of business service engagements. In particular, we consider business events as elements of a service engagement. Business events such as purchase, delivery, bill payment, and bank interest accrual not only correspond to essential processes but are also inherently temporally constrained. Identifying and(More)
Data sharing is one of the most important research areas in data grid. Distributed data resource and heterogeneous data schema bring difficulties to data access and sharing. This article mainly focuses on how to deal with the heterogeneity of data schema and put forward a blueprint to solve the data access and sharing problem of heterogeneous physical data(More)
The collaborative creation of value is the central tenet of services science. In particular, then, the quality of a service encounter would depend on the mutual expectations of the participants. Specifically, the quality of experience that a consumer derives from a service encounter would depend on how the con-sumer's expectations are refined and how well(More)
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