Categorial Link: REST Service Composition Based on Category Theory

@article{Li2014CategorialLR,
  title={Categorial Link: REST Service Composition Based on Category Theory},
  author={Li Li and Wu Chou},
  journal={2014 IEEE International Conference on Web Services},
  year={2014},
  pages={431-438}
}
This paper describes a new and generic REST service composition framework that uses 6 algebraic rules to drive resource-resource compositions in different domains. The generalization is achieved by two techniques borrowed from Category Theory: 1) decomposition of a REST system into cohesive link and communication layers, and 2) uniform representation of resource interfaces and resource compositions as categorial links. Within this framework, we introduce three types of categorial links: basic… CONTINUE READING

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