Web services engineering: promises and challenges

  title={Web services engineering: promises and challenges},
  author={Mikio Aoyama and Sanjiva Weerawarana and Hiroshi Maruyama and Clemens A. Szyperski and Kevin J. Sullivan and Doug Lea},
Web services are emerging technologies to reuse software as services over the Internet by wrapping underlying computing models with XML. Web services are rapidly evolving and are expected to change the paradigms of both software development and use. This panel will discuss the current status and challenges of Web services technologies. 
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