Services Computing 2004

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780769522258
  • Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2004
  • Pages: 676

Table of Contents

Keynote address, software as a service : a best practice perspective
A dynamic two-phase commit protocol for self-adapting services 7
A new formal model based on P-system for mobile transactions 16
Constraint-driven Web service composition in METEOR-S 23
A fine-grained access control model for Web services 33
Managing trust in active XML 41
A role-based access control for Web services 49
A SRP-based handler for Web service access control 57
Assessing the risk and value of adopting emerging and unstable Web services specifications 65
Performance problems of large operational systems based on Web services and a solution 73
A framework for provisioning of complex e-services 81
Architecture of sensor-based agricultural information system for effective planning of farm activities 93
A Web services environment for Internet-scale sensor computing 101
Location-mediated Web services coordination in ubiquitous computing 109
Towards composing information providing services 117
IT service infrastructure for integrative systems biology 123
Case study : using Web services for the management of environmental data 132
The cost of recovery protocols in Web-based database systems 137
Integrating text mining into distributed bioinformatics workflows : a Web services implementation 145
A service interoperability assessment model for service composition 153
A concept model of Web components 159
A generic framework for rapid application development of mobile Web services with dynamic workflow management 165
WS-EPM : Web services for enterprise project management 177
WS-trustworthy : a framework for Web services centered trustworthy computing 186
Contextual collaboration : platform and applications 197
Queueing network-based optimization techniques for workload allocation in clusters of computers 207
A contextualized fault-tolerant infrastructure for P2P mobile service composition 217
Replicating Web applications on-demand 227
Building a service-oriented ebanking platform 237
An ontology-based content model for Web services description 245
Verification of dynamic process model change to support the adaptive workflow 255
RuleBAM : a rule-based framework for business activity management 262
Introducing EAI and service components into process management 271
Tools and support for deploying applications on the grid 281
HOC-SA : a grid service architecture for higher-order components 288
SH-MDS : a ShanghaiGrid information service model 295
Enhancing grid security with trust management 303
A user-level framework for scheduling within service execution environments 311
A comparison of alternative Web service allocation and scheduling policies 319
Semantic view for grid services 329
An open standard description language for semantic grid services assembly for autonomic computing overlay 336
Providing data transfer with QoS as agreement-based service 344
Towards service collaboration model in grid-based zero latency data stream warehouse (GZLDSWH) 357
A workflow services middleware model on ShanghaiGrid 366
Decentralized resilient grid resource management overlay networks 372
Interaction and coordination for distributed grid computing 383
Developing services for design optimization on the grid 391
Switching cost, market effects, and the pricing model of e-commerce 403
A process component model for enterprise business knowledge reuse 409
SQL markup language for enterprise integration 413
A comparison of several ensemble methods for text categorization 419
An information retrieval model based on probabilistic network 423
Analyzing an agent-based selective information retrieval 427
Context information extraction of the query based on single document 431
Google by reformulation : modeling search as successive refinement 435
Ontology-based information retrieval of Web services in virtual enterprise 441
Rough formal concepts and their accuracies 445
Segmenting the Web document with document object model 449
Matchmaking for semantic Web services 455
WormTest - a status monitoring framework in grid 459
Intelligent data transferring based on semantic Web services 463
Grid resource specification language based on XML and its usage in resource registry meta-service 467
The application of the BSP model on DataGrid 471
Using Web services implementing collaborative design for CAD systems 475
Web semantics, grid, and coalgebra 479
An infrastructure for e-government based on semantic Web services 483
A new method for measuring the bottleneck bandwidth 489
Identity-based proxy-signcryption scheme from pairings 494
Optimistic fair-exchange protocols based on DSA signatures 498
Research and implementation of remote desktop protocol service over SSL VPN 502
Study on the behavior-based trust model in grid security system 506
Security issues in grid environment 510
Balancing access to highly accessed keys in peer-to-peer systems 517
A cooperative computing platform for drug discovery and design 523
Group mobility model in mobile peer-to-peer media streaming system 527
A schema integration framework over super-peer-based network 531
On the union of chord-like networks 536
On-demand one-time overlay multicast tree for multimedia transmission over large Internet environment 541
Analyzing unstructured peer-to-peer search networks with QIL 547
FTP-based EDI versus Web services : a case study in the retailer industry 553
Ontology-based universal knowledge grid : enabling knowledge discovery and integration on the grid 557
A kind of classification and regression tree algorithm for unusual customer recognition in telecom trade 561
Freight transportation system based on Web service 567
Grid service and JCA : an effective integration strategy 571
A new architecture for OGSA-based grid information service 575
Evaluating resource backup policies for computational grid 579
MASSIVE : a multidisciplinary applications-oriented simulation and visualization environment 583
Recent advances in CFD grid application platform 588
Domain decomposition for applications based on CFD-grid 592
A WSLA-based monitoring system for grid service - GSMon 596
Developing Web services in a computational grid environment 600
A secure model for network-attached storage on the grid 604
Improved HTN planning approach for service composition 609
A fine-grained parallel programming model for grid computing 613
Ontology mapping for interaction in agent society 619
Multi-mobile agents' separation scheme in Java card application for mobile agents' security 623
Supporting intercultural collaboration : an agent coordination workflow model 629
Multi-agent-based distributed control system for an intelligent robot 633
A conceptual model of agent-mediated Web service 638
Design and implementation of an agent-based Web services platform for electronic commerce 643
VICOS : a framework for session management in network computing infrastructure 647
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