Web Services - ICWS-Europe 2003: International Conference ICWS-Europe 2003, Erfurt, Germany, September 23-24, 2003, Proceedings

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After some time of early experience Web Services are moving themselves from a new highly fragmented technology to a piece of nowadays infrastructures which promise to address various current challenges. These include especially classical issues of integration and data in a heterogeneous environment. The Web Service technology provides an open and technology-agnostic interface, and furthermore propels new usage paradigms in distributed computing infrastructures like Grid Services. Successful adoption of Web ...

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Overview

After some time of early experience Web Services are moving themselves from a new highly fragmented technology to a piece of nowadays infrastructures which promise to address various current challenges. These include especially classical issues of integration and data in a heterogeneous environment. The Web Service technology provides an open and technology-agnostic interface, and furthermore propels new usage paradigms in distributed computing infrastructures like Grid Services. Successful adoption of Web Service technology relies on the definition of interoperable architectural building blocks which can be integrated in existing softwarearchitectures,likeJ2EEorCORBAheritage. Interoperabilitywillsurely proveitselfasthecriticalsuccessfactoroftheWebServiceproliferation. Inorder to accomplish these interoperability various standardization bodies such as the W3C, UN or OASIS founded activities to create specifications and products implementing these building blocks. As the sister event of the First International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2003), which was held in Las Vegas, June 23 - 26, USA, has proven to be an excellent catalyst for research and collaboration, the 2003 International C- ference on Web Services - Europe (ICWS-Europe 2003) is expected to continue this trend. The topics of papers collected in this proceedings volume ranges from issues like modeling, development, deployment, publishing, as well as discovery, composition and collaboration, plus monitoring and analytical control. Addit- nal contributions summarize some research and development challenges of bu- ding Web Service solutions. Especially, some contributions present an emerging research direction, namely, Web Services collaboration. Moreover, some major research activities associated with facilitating extended business collaboration using Web services and semantic annotation are also covered.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540201250
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 11/5/2003
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #2853
  • Edition description: 2003
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 226
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.51 (d)

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Table of Contents

The Next Big Thing: Web Services Collaboration.- The Next Big Thing: Web Services Collaboration.- Constructing and Running Service Oriented Architectures.- A Service Oriented Architecture for Managing Operational Strategies.- Managing the Normative Context of Composite E-services.- Constructing Web Services out of Generic Component Compositions.- Adaptation Space: A Design Framework for Adaptive Web Services.- Design and Implementation of an Asynchronous Invocation Framework for Web Services.- Web Service Security.- Using Corporate Firewalls for Web Services Trust.- Specification and Enforcement of Access Control in Heterogeneous Distributed Applications.- A Gateway to Web Services Security – Securing SOAP with Proxies.- Configuration and Communication Issues.- Conflict Resolution in Web Service Federations.- Web Service Federations.- Web Services Based Architectures to Support Dynamic Inter-organizational Business Processes.- Inter-organizational Business Processes.- AOP for Dynamic Configuration and Management of Web Services.- Confluence with Agent Technology and Semantic Web Enabled Web Services.- An XML-Based Adaptive Multi-agent System for Handling E-commerce Activities.- Towards Agent-Based Rational Service Composition – RACING Approach.- Semantic Web Enabled Web Services: State-of-Art and Industrial Challenges.- Current and Future Issues.- Uni-Grid P&T: A Toolkit for Building Customizable Grid Portals.- On Extracting Link Information of Relationship Instances from a Web Site.

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