VM-FLOW: Using Web Services Orchestration and Choreography to Implement a Policy-based Virtual Marketplace

@inproceedings{Santos2004VMFLOWUW,
  title={VM-FLOW: Using Web Services Orchestration and Choreography to Implement a Policy-based Virtual Marketplace},
  author={Ivo Santos and Edmundo Roberto Mauro Madeira},
  booktitle={I3E},
  year={2004}
}
Companies are daily trying to find new ways to cope with the increasing competitive pressures imposed by the global economy. Static and huge enterprises are being replaced by dynamic business networks where each participant offers to the others specialized services. Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) is being considered by many as a very interesting technological solution to the new B2B interactions introduced by this economical scenario. This paper presents a Virtual Marketplace infrastructure… 
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