Definition of a Description Language for Business Service Decomposition

@inproceedings{L2010DefinitionOA,
  title={Definition of a Description Language for Business Service Decomposition},
  author={Lam-Son L{\^e} and Aditya K. Ghose and Evan D. Morrison},
  booktitle={IESS},
  year={2010}
}
In the last few years, service-oriented computing has become an emerging research topic in response to the shift from product-oriented economy to service-oriented economy and the move from focusing on software/system development to addressing business-IT alignment. From an IT perspective, there is a proliferation of methods and languages for describing Web services. There has not been as much work in defining languages or ontologies for describing services from business perspectives. 
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