Usability of Web services

@inproceedings{Martens2003UsabilityOW,
  title={Usability of Web services},
  author={Axel Martens},
  booktitle={WISE Workshops},
  year={2003}
}
This paper is concerned with the application of Web services to distributed, cross-organizational business processes. Web services provide a platform independent concept of components and composition. Thus, they seem to be a proper technology to cover the heterogenous structures within distributed business processes: One Web service realizes a local subprocess. A distributed business process is realized by the composition of a set of Web services. Although the technological basement is given… CONTINUE READING
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