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BPSC
2010
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Selection of the Best composite Web Service Based on Quality of Service
The paper proposes a general framework to composite Web services selection based on multicriteria evaluation. The proposed framework extends the Web services architecture by adding...
Serge Haddad, Lynda Mokdad, Samir Youcef
SAC
2008
ACM
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PPEPR: plug and play electronic patient records
The integration of Electronic Patient Record (EPR) systems is at the centre of many of the new regional and national initiatives to integrate clinical processes across department,...
Ratnesh Sahay, Waseem Akhtar, Ronan Fox
SAC
2008
ACM
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Providing dependability for web services
Web services have been widely employed to allow interoperability among applications and/or technologies. However, the standard technologies and protocols which provide the foundat...
Jeferson L. R. Souza, Frank Siqueira
SAC
2008
ACM
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Designing semantic web services using conceptual model
There are emerging technologies such as SAWSDL or WSMO that extend the current Web Services technologies to so called Semantic Web Services by combining the structural and semanti...
Martin Necasky, Jaroslav Pokorný
SAC
2008
ACM
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The QoS-MO ontology for semantic QoS modeling
This paper presents the QoS-MO ontology. This ontology enables the specification of QoS requirements for Semantic Web Services and can easily be combined with OWL-S in order to fu...
Gustavo Fortes Tondello, Frank Siqueira
SAC
2008
ACM
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Web service security management using semantic web techniques
The importance of the Web service technology for business, government, among other sectors, is growing. Its use in these sectors demands security concern. The Web Services Securit...
Diego Zuquim Guimarães Garcia, Maria Beatri...
SIGACT
2002
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Brewer's conjecture and the feasibility of consistent, available, partition-tolerant web services
When designing distributed web services, there are three properties that are commonly desired: consistency, availability, and partition tolerance. It is impossible to achieve all ...
Seth Gilbert, Nancy A. Lynch
CN
1999
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A Runtime System for Interactive Web Services
Interactive web services are increasingly replacing traditional static web pages. Producing web services seems to require a tremendous amount of laborious lowlevel coding due to t...
Claus Brabrand, Anders Møller, Anders Sandh...
INTERNET
2002
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Web Services Interaction Models, Part 1: Current Practice
of abstractions a middleware system makes available to applications, they figure prominently in determining the breadth and variety of application integration that the middleware s...
Steve Vinoski
ECRA
2002
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The Web Service Modeling Framework WSMF
Web Services will transform the web from a collection of information into a distributed computational device. In order to employ their full potential, appropriate description means...
Dieter Fensel, Christoph Bussler
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