Corpus ID: 16528004

Dynamic Service Composition and Its Applicability to E-Business Software Systems – The ICARIS Experience

@inproceedings{Tosic2000DynamicSC,
  title={Dynamic Service Composition and Its Applicability to E-Business Software Systems – The ICARIS Experience},
  author={V. Tosic and D. Mennie and B. Pagurek},
  year={2000}
}
This paper discusses dynamic service composition and its applicability to e-business software systems. Dynamic service composition is the process of creating new services at run-time from a set of service components. It supports business agility, flexibility, and availability – the features of critical importance in the modern business world and in eand m-commerce software systems. However, dynamic service composition is challenging and requires addressing a number of issues. The paper… Expand

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