A Multi-Layer and Multi-Perspective Approach for Web Services Composition
This paper presents a Web services composition approach that is built upon three layers known as component, community, and composite. The contribution of each layer towards this composition approach is assessed from two perspectives known as organization and management. Furthermore this paper discusses how Web services in a community are specialized into abstract and concrete. Interactions between abstract/concrete Web services and composite Web services happen through a driver known as open service connectivity. This driver permits first, binding any abstract Web service to any composite Web service and second, triggering any concrete Web service from any composite Web service.
Benslimane, Djamal; Maamar, Zakaria; Taher, Yehia; Lahkim, Mohammed; Fauvet, Marie-Christine; and Mrissa, Michael, "A Multi-Layer and Multi-Perspective Approach for Web Services Composition" (2007). All Works. 171.
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