Exploiting rules and processes for increasing flexibility in service composition


Sapkota, Brahmananda and Sinderen, Marten van (2010) Exploiting rules and processes for increasing flexibility in service composition. In: 14th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops, EDOCW 2010, 25-29 Oct 2010, Vitoria, Brazil (pp. pp. 177-185).

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Abstract:Recent trends in the use of service oriented architecture for designing, developing, managing, and using distributed applications have resulted in an increasing number of independently developed and physically distributed services. These services can be discovered, selected and composed to develop new applications and to meet emerging user requirements. Service composition is generally defined on the basis of business processes in which the underlying composition logic is guided by specifying control and data flows through Web service interfaces. User demands as well as the services themselves may change over time, which leads to replacing or adjusting the composition logic of previously defined processes. Coping with change is still one of the fundamental problems in current process based composition approaches. In this paper, we exploit declarative and imperative design styles to achieve better flexibility in service composition.
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Official URL:https://doi.org/10.1109/EDOCW.2010.44
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