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Semantic-Based Mashup of Composite Applications

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Semantic-Based Mashup of Composite Applications
—The need for integration of all types of client and server applications that were not initially designed to interoperate is gaining popularity. One of the reasons for this popularity is the capability to quickly reconfigure a composite application for a task at hand, both by changing the set of components and the way they are interconnected. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) has recently become a popular platform in the IT industry for building such composite applications with the integrated components being provided as Web services. A key limitation of solely Web-service-based integration is that it requires extra programming efforts when integrating non-Web service components, which is not cost-effective. Moreover, with the emergence of new standards, such as Open Service Gateway Initiative (OSGi), the components used in composite applications have grown to include more than just Web services. Our work enables progressive composition of non-Web-service-based components such as p...
Anne H. H. Ngu, Michael Pierre Carlson, Quan Z. Sh
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TSC
Authors Anne H. H. Ngu, Michael Pierre Carlson, Quan Z. Sheng, Hye-young Paik
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