Towards a conversation-driven composition of web services
Source of Publication
Web Intelligence and Agent Systems
We outline the role and benefits that conversations could bring to Web services in general and their composition in particular. A Web service is an accessible application that other applications and humans as well can discover and trigger to satisfy multiple needs (e.g., accommodation booking). While much of the work on Web services to date has focussed on low-level standards for publishing, discovering, and invoking Web services, it is deemed appropriate to start leveraging the Web services to the level of active components. These components would be able to engage in conversations, make decisions, and adjust their behavior according to the situations in which they participate. A conversation is a consistent exchange of messages between participants involved in joint operations and thus, have common interests.
Computer software, Customer satisfaction, Information analysis, Information technology, Large scale systems, Problem solving, Societies and institutions, Technological forecasting, XML, Complex adapters, Composite services, Web composition, Web services definition language (WSDL), World Wide Web
Maamar, Zakaria; Sheng, Quan Z.; and Benatallah, Boualem, "Towards a conversation-driven composition of web services" (2004). All Works. 3686.
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