Service-Oriented Computing - ICSOC 2003 [electronic resource] : First International Conference, Trento, Italy, December 15-18, 2003. Proceedings / edited by Maria E. Orlowska, Sanjiva Weerawarana, Michael P. Papazoglou, Jian Yang.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2910Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003Description: XII, 580 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540245933Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Software engineering | Information storage and retrieval systems | Information systems | Management information systems | Computer Science | Computer Communication Networks | Software Engineering | Information Storage and Retrieval | Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet) | Computers and Society | Business Information SystemsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 004.6 LOC classification: TK5105.5-5105.9Online resources: Click here to access online
Service Description -- Capabilities: Describing What Services Can Do -- Representing Web Services with UML: A Case Study -- A Peer-to-Peer Advertising Game -- Service Composition -- Automatic Composition of E-services That Export Their Behavior -- Service Discovery and Orchestration for Distributed Service Repositories -- Model Driven Service Composition -- Quality of Service Models -- Automating the Procurement of Web Services -- A Quality of Service Management Framework Based on User Expectations -- Reflective Architectures for Adaptive Information Systems -- Service Personalization -- E-healthcare via Customized Information Services: Addressing the Need for Factually Consistent Information -- “Everything Personal, Not Just Business:” Improving User Experience through Rule-Based Service Customization -- VINCA – A Visual and Personalized Business-Level Composition Language for Chaining Web-Based Services -- Service Semantics -- Stepwise Refinable Service Descriptions: Adapting DAML-S to Staged Service Trading -- Semantic Structure Matching for Assessing Web-Service Similarity -- Preliminary Report of Public Experiment of Semantic Service Matchmaker with UDDI Business Registry -- Business Processes and Transactions -- Comparing WSDL-Based and ebXML-Based Approaches for B2B Protocol Specification -- A Model-Driven Architecture for Electronic Service Management Systems -- The Business Grid: Providing Transactional Business Processes via Grid Services -- Business Collaborations -- An Architectural Pattern to Extend the Interaction Model between Web-Services: The Location-Based Service Context -- PANDA: Specifying Policies for Automated Negotiations of Service Contracts -- Model Checking Correctness Properties of Electronic Contracts -- Service Request and Coordination -- Supporting Dynamic Changes in Web Service Environments -- Planning and Monitoring the Execution of Web Service Requests -- WS-Workspace: Workspace Versioning for Web Services -- Service Security and Reliability -- Secure Service Provision in Ad Hoc Networks -- Single Sign-On in Service-Oriented Computing -- Tracking Service Availability in Long Running Business Activities -- Infrastructure for Service Delivery -- A Broker Architecture for Integrating Data Using a Web Services Environment -- Design and Implementation of the Multilingual Product Retrieval Agent through XML and the Semantic Networks in EC -- SpaceGlue: Linking Spaces for Adaptive and Situational Service Location -- Service P2P and Grid Computing -- Organizing Service-Oriented Peer Collaborations -- Service-Based Distributed Querying on the Grid -- Peer–to–Peer Process Execution with Osiris -- Service and Mobile Computing -- Disconnected Operation Service in Mobile Grid Computing -- A Policy Propagation Model Using Mobile Agents in Large-Scale Distributed Network Environments -- Location-Based Services in Ubiquitous Computing Environments -- Service Computing and Applications -- Service Oriented Internet -- Service-Oriented Device Ecology Workflows.
WelcometotheproceedingsoftheinauguralInternationalConferenceonService- Oriented Computing (ICSOC 2003). This was the ?rst of a series of events that willevolveoverthecomingyears,andwewerehappytoholdtheeventinTrento, where the idea for this conference was born. Trento is a lovely city with many Renaissance buildings, testimony to its great medieval past, and has a bustling modern university ready to master the future. The participants visited Trento at the beginning of the winter season, with excellent opportunities for skiing and hiking. The city o?ers many other tourist attractions, some of which, we hope, the participants took the opportunity to enjoy. Service Oriented Computing (SOC) is the new emerging paradigm for d- tributed computing and e-business processing which has evolved from obje- oriented and component computing to one that enables us to build agile n- works of collaborating business applications distributed within and across or- nizational boundaries. ICSOC aims to become the ?agship conference in the area of service-oriented computing,whichisattractingmoreandmoreresearchersandpractitionersfrom both academia and industry. The beginnings are extremely promising, beyond our most optimistic expectations. We were deluged by requests for further inf- mation from all parts of the world and by a very high number of submissions. In fact, the success of a conference depends on the quality of the papers and on the organizational e?orts of the conference o?cers and secretariat. On the research side, exciting new areas in service computing, including service modeling, composition, business transactions and collaborations, service developmentandmanagement,P2PandGridcomputing,mobilecomputing,and security, were reported in the conference, in conjunction with keynote addresses and informative tutorials o?ered by leaders in the ?eld.