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Notations for the Specification and Verification of Composite Web Services

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Notations for the Specification and Verification of Composite Web Services
Availability of a wide variety of Web services over the Internet offers opportunities of providing new value added services built by composing them out of existing ones. Service composition poses a number of challenges. A composite service can be very complex in structure, containing many temporal and data-flow dependencies between their constituent services. Furthermore, each individual service is likely to have its own sequencing constraints over its operations. It is highly desirable therefore to be able to validate that a given composite service is well formed: proving that it will not deadlock or livelock and that it respects the sequencing constraints of the constituent services. With this aim in mind, the paper proposes simple extensions to web service definition language (WSDL) enabling the order in which the exposed operations should be invoked to be specified. In addition, the paper proposes a composition language for defining the structure of a composite service. Both langu...
Simon J. Woodman, Doug J. Palmer, Santosh K. Shriv
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Year 2004
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Authors Simon J. Woodman, Doug J. Palmer, Santosh K. Shrivastava, Stuart M. Wheater
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