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Toward an agent-based and context-oriented approach for Web services composition
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This paper presents an agent-based and context-oriented approach that supports the composition of Web services, where software agents engage in conversations with their peers to agree on the Web services that participate in this process.
Why Web Services Need Social Networks
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This work discusses how social computing elements into service-oriented computing principles is required to make Web services recommend the peers with whom they would like to collaborate in case of compositions.
Reputation of Communities of Web Services - Preliminary Investigation
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A reputation-based Web services community architecture is introduced and some of the performance metrics that are needed to assess the reputation of a Web service community as perceived by users and providers are defined.
Using Social Networks for Web Services Discovery
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The authors describe how service engineers can capitalize on Web services' interactions - namely, collaboration, substitution, and competition - to build social networks for service discovery.
An Approach to Engineer Communities of Web Services: Concepts, Architecture, Operation, and Deployment
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This article presents an approach that provides the necessary assistance to those who are in charge of engineering communities of Web services and presents a prototype illustrating the engineering approach with focus on Web services attraction.
A context-based mediation approach to compose semantic Web services
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A context-based mediation approach to solve semantic heterogeneities between composed Web services is presented and shows how context enriches data exchange between Web services.
Commerce, e-commerce, and m-commerce: what comes next?
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In ancient times, people exchanged their goods and services to obtain what they needed (such as clothes and tools) from other people to compensate for the lack of currency.
Privacy-Aware in the IoT Applications: A Systematic Literature Review
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This paper reports on a systematic literature review of privacy preserving solutions used in Cooperative Information Systems (CIS) in the IoT field and identifies recommendations to involve privacy principle coverage and security requirement fulfillment in the Internet of Things applications.
On the Analysis of Satisfaction for Web Services Selection
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This paper proposes an approach of selecting Web services based on the satisfaction of all three parties - user, Web service, and community, using integer programming to define a score function which can be maximized to find the best selection based on three satisfaction factors.
On the Enhancement of BPEL Engines for Self-Healing Composite Web Services
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This paper identifies possible categories of failures, develops solutions to automatically recover from these failures, and suggests architectural extensions to BPEL engines (with focus on activeBPEL) to support these solutions.
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