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MTA
2006
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QCWS: an implementation of QoS-capable multimedia web services
QoS, that defines service quality such as latency, availability, timeliness and reliability, is important for web applications that provide real-time information, multimedia conte...
Tao Yu, Kwei-Jay Lin
FGCS
2007
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Analysis of business process integration in Web service context
The integration of Web services is a recent outgrowth of the Business Process integration field that will require powerful meta-schema mechanisms supported by higher level abstra...
Jun Shen, Georg Grossmann, Yun Yang, Markus Stumpt...
FGCS
2007
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Optimizing Web Service messaging performance in mobile computing
— The performance and efficiency of Web Services can be greatly increased in conversational and streaming message exchanges by streaming the message exchange paradigm. In this pa...
Sangyoon Oh, Geoffrey Fox
JUCS
2006
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Expressing Workflow Patterns for Web Services: The Case of PEWS
: PEWS is a language for the implementation of web service interfaces. PEWS programs can be used for the description of both individual and composed web services. Individual web se...
Martin A. Musicante, Edinardo Potrich
JSS
2006
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Comparison of performance of Web services, WS-Security, RMI, and RMI-SSL
This article analyses two most commonly used distributed models in Java: Web services and RMI (Remote Method Invocation). The paper focuses on regular (unsecured) as well as on se...
Matjaz B. Juric, Ivan Rozman, Bostjan Brumen, Matj...
ENTCS
2007
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A Formal Framework for Web Services Coordination
Recently the term Web Services choreography has been introduced to address some issues related to Web Services composition and coordination. Several proposals for describing chore...
Claudio Guidi, Roberto Lucchi, Manuel Mazzara
KBS
2008
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Clinical practice guidelines: A case study of combining OWL-S, OWL, and SWRL
As the number of available Web services increases there is a growing demand to realise complex business processes by combining and reusing available Web services. In this context,...
Mercedes Argüello Casteleiro, Jose Julio Des ...
JWSR
2008
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A Reservation-based Extended Transaction Protocol for Coordination of Web Services
: Web Services can be used to automate business activities that span multiple enterprises over the Internet. Such business activities require a coordination protocol to reach consi...
Wenbing Zhao, Firat Kart, Louise E. Moser, P. M. M...
DSS
2007
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Using Web Services for supporting the users of wireless devices
The Web Service paradigm is currently considered as the most promising and rapidly evolving technology for developing applications in open, distributed and heterogeneous environme...
Thomi Pilioura, Stathes Hadjiefthymiades, Aphrodit...
JUCS
2008
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Mismatch Avoidance in Web Services Software Architectures
: Architectural mismatches are a recognized obstacle to successful software reuse. An architectural mismatch occurs when two or more software components are connected to form a sys...
Cristina Gacek, Carl Gamble
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