Model-Driven Engineering of Composite Service Oriented Applications

  title={Model-Driven Engineering of Composite Service Oriented Applications},
  author={Bill Karakostas and Yannis Zorgios},
  journal={Int. J. Inf. Technol. Syst. Approach},
Composite applications integrate web services with other business applications and components to implement business processes. Model-driven approaches tackle the complexity of composite applications caused by domain and technology heterogeneity and integration requirements. The method and framework described in this paper generate all artefacts workflow, data, user interfaces, etc., required for a composite application from high level service oriented descriptions of the composite application… 


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