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Emerging Web Services Technology, Volume II (Whitestein Series in Software Agent Technologies and Autonomic Computing)

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This 2nd volume on Emerging Web Services Technologies continues to follow the current research activities in the areas of Web Services and Service Oriented Architectures. By collecting the proceedings of the second Workshop of Emerging Web Services Technology 2007 it contains many examples of promising research activities cutting across a growing set of emerging technologies: service discovery and selection, service composition, extensions to BPEL, security, quality of service resource brokering and performance evaluation.

Part I opens the proceedings with an extended abstract outlining some of the research challenges ahead as presented in the very well received keynote given by Schahram Dustdar.

Part II continues this book with three chapters on service discovery and selection. The first chapter by Baldoni, Baroglio, Martelli, Patti, and Schifanella presents a novel approach to service discovery that goes beyond selection based on operation semantics matching by taking into account the context of the lookup as given by the choreography to which the service needs to conform. The second chapter by Stein, Barchewitz, and El Kharbili takes a look at the problem of service discovery from the perspective of business experts using the ARIS process modeling tool. The chapter gives a concrete example on how structural and semantics matching techniques are starting to make an impact in industrial applications and tools. The third chapter by Ku¨ster, Lausen, and Ko¨nig-Ries concludes this part by giving a thorough evaluation of current semantic service discovery efforts and outlining several important future research challenges.

Part III covers service composition from three different perspectives. The first chapter by L´ecue, Silva, and Pires presents the SPICE framework for dynamic Web service composition. Services are chained taking into account their functional description in terms of input, output, preconditions and effects as well as nonfunctional properties. This results in a graph of semantic connections between the services. The second chapter by Lau and Tran contributes a novel component model tailored to recursive Web service composition. The third chapter by Charfi, Berbner, Mezini, and Steinmetz gives an in-depth discussion of requirements for the management of run-time aspects of Web service composition engines.

Part IV contains two extensions of the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) standard. The first chapter by Habich, Richly, Preissler, Lehner, Grasselt, and Maier is about strenghtening BPEL to support data intensive applications. To supplement the existing ’by value’ semantics, the authors introduce a new kind of data transition amenable to performance optimizations. The second chapter by Overdick foresees the application of BPEL to model the state of a RESTful Web services and proposes the necessary language extensions to deal with the identification and the uniform interface of resources.
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