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A service creation environment based on end to end composition of Web services

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A service creation environment based on end to end composition of Web services
The demand for quickly delivering new applications is increasingly becoming a business imperative today. Application development is often done in an ad hoc manner, without standard frameworks or libraries, thus resulting in poor reuse of software assets. Web services have received much interest in industry due to their potential in facilitating seamless business-to-business or enterprise application integration. A web services composition tool can help automate the process, from creating business process functionality, to developing executable workflows, to deploying them on an execution environment. However, we find that the main approaches taken thus far to standardize and compose web services are piecemeal and insufficient. The business world has adopted a (distributed) programming approach in which web service instances are described using WSDL, composed into flows with a language like BPEL and invoked with the SOAP protocol. Academia has propounded the AI approach of formally rep...
Vikas Agarwal, Koustuv Dasgupta, Neeran M. Karnik,
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Year 2005
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Authors Vikas Agarwal, Koustuv Dasgupta, Neeran M. Karnik, Arun Kumar, Ashish Kundu, Sumit Mittal, Biplav Srivastava
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