Method of design and specification of web services based on quality system documentation

  title={Method of design and specification of web services based on quality system documentation},
  author={Miladin Z. Stefanovic and Milan S. Matijevic and Milan Eric and Visnja Simic},
  journal={Information Systems Frontiers},
In this paper, we present a method for development and specification of web services based on the quality system documentation. [] Key Method Presented method uses documentation of quality system and documentation flow for web service specification. We developed the CASE tool for web service specification based on a new approach, and we compare it to other existing tools.

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