Views in Composite Web Services

@article{Maamar2005ViewsIC,
  title={Views in Composite Web Services},
  author={Z. Maamar and D. Benslimane and C. Ghedira and M. Mrissa},
  journal={IEEE Internet Comput.},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={79-84}
}
The authors present a view-based approach for tracking personalized Web services. To guarantee proper handling of user preferences during Web service execution, a view can zoom into the specification that composes the Web services. As time advances, the location changes, or constraints on the environment are satisfied, the deployment of a view over a specification similarly progresses, mirroring the context's dynamic nature. 
Web Services-based Query Rewriting and Resolution in Loosely Coupled Information Systems
TLDR
This paper model these services as RDF views over the peer local ontology, then they are used in establishing a composition of Web services that satisfies a received query and applies extra data treatments on data flow between composed services. Expand
The Multiview Service: A New Concept for the Development of Adaptable Service Oriented Systems
TLDR
A lightweight extension of the WSDL standard called MVWSDL is defined to describe the multiview service as a first class modelling entity that permits the representation of the needs and requirements of end-users by separating their concerns. Expand
Through Personalized Web Service Composition Specification: From BPEL to C-BPEL
TLDR
This approach is a context-based proposal that makes services composition specification more efficient by taking into account both user context, needs, and preferences and web services context, and by integrating them to the composition process. Expand
Usage Tracking Components for Service-Oriented Middleware Systems
TLDR
This paper presents architecture and performance evaluation of usage tracking components for service-oriented middleware systems, designed as loosely-coupled usage tracking services, which brings two important benefits: users can dynamically deploy and manage multiple usage tracking configurations. Expand
Composing Data-Providing Web Services in P2P-Based Collaboration Environments
TLDR
This paper proposes a method to supplement current PDMSs with capability to handle data sources exposed as services with a data-driven composition approach that applies special data treatment techniques between the composed services prior to query. Expand
A model driven framework for multiview service oriented system development
TLDR
An MDA framework for a muliview SOAD process for the development of highly adaptable services that permits the representation of the needs and requirements of end-users by separating their concerns is presented. Expand
SWSMS: A Semantic Web Service Management System for Data Sharing in Collaborative Environments
  • M. Barhamgi, D. Benslimane, A. Ouksel
  • Computer Science
  • 2008 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies: From Theory to Applications
  • 2008
TLDR
This paper presents a novel approach for automatically composing data-providing services by making usage of the mature work that has been done in the conventional data integration and mediation systems, and devise an algorithm for composing services based on conventional query rewriting techniques. Expand
Towards Efficient Verification for Process Composition of Semantic Web Services
TLDR
A hierarchical CPNets based model is proposed for the specification of process composition so as to raise the composition reliability and simulate and validate the behaviors of a composite service to allow correcting the composition errors in advance, thus effectively preventing it from runtime failure. Expand
Multi-functional service oriented system development for user-driven adaptability
TLDR
This paper presents multi-functional service concept; it gives a process to identify services common and specific interest according to different user through use cases, and continues the process so to design and deploy such services in the context of the model driven architecture. Expand
A Framework for Modeling B2B Applications
This paper presents a Web services-based framework for modeling business-to-business (B2B) applications. This framework consists of three levels namely strategic, application, and resource, withExpand
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-9 OF 9 REFERENCES
A Declarative Approach to Agent-Centered Context-Aware Computing in Ad Hoc Wireless Environments
TLDR
A new notion of context is proposed which includes in principle any information available in the ad hoc network infrastructure but is restricted in practice to specific views of the overall context, which will prove necessary for providing timely context information to application agents. Expand
Service Chart Diagrams - Description & Application
TLDR
This paper presents an approach for the design and development of service-driven applications that leverages the traditional state chart diagrams of UML and advocates that services do not invoke each other. Expand
What can context do for web services?
Context-aware Web service would significantly benefit the interactions between human, applications, and the environment.
Business rules integration in BPEL - a service-oriented approach
TLDR
This paper proposes an approach on how to use and integrate business rules in a service-oriented way into BPEL, a process-based composition languages for Web service composition languages. Expand
Maintaining knowledge about temporal intervals
An interval-based temporal logic is introduced, together with a computationally effective reasoning algorithm based on constraint propagation. This system is notable in offering a delicate balanceExpand
Focusing on Context in Human-Centered Computing
TLDR
A context-based paradigm for intelligent assistant systems for traffic control that supports operators who monitor a subway line and solve problems when they occur is developed. Expand
Qualitative representation of spatial knowledge in two-dimensional space
TLDR
The common concepts underlying qualitative spatial knowledge representation are identified, the representational properties of the different systems are compared, and the computational tasks involved in relation-based spatial information processing are outlined. Expand
On the Qualitative Representation of Spatial Knowledge in 2D Space
Various relation-based systems, concerned with the qualitative representation and processing of spatial knowledge, have been developed in numerous application domains. In this paper we identify theExpand
On the Qualitative Representation
  • On the Qualitative Representation