Compatibility and replaceability analysis for timed web service protocols.

  title={Compatibility and replaceability analysis for timed web service protocols.},
  author={Boualem Benatallah and Fabio Casati and Julien Ponge and Farouk Toumani},
Web services technology is emerging as the main pillar of service-oriented architectures (SOAs). This technology facilitates application integration by enabling programmatic access to applications through standard, XML-based languages and protocols. While much progress has been made toward providing basic interoperability among applications, there are still many needs and unexploited opportunities in this area. In particular, services in SOAs require richer description models than object or… CONTINUE READING
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