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Composition and Customization of Web Services Using Wrappers: A Formal Approach based on CSP

Haidar, AN; Abdallah, AE; (2009) Composition and Customization of Web Services Using Wrappers: A Formal Approach based on CSP. In: Breitman, K and Sterritt, R and Bohner, S, (eds.) 32ND ANNUAL IEEE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING WORKSHOP, PROCEEDINGS. (pp. 187 - 194). IEEE COMPUTER SOC

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Abstract

Web services (WSs) compositions deal with specifiring how to assemble a complex WS system from elementary services. These services can be provided on the Web by third parties as WSs, COTS, or bespoke components. In many cases, using a component "as-is" is very unlikely to occur Components which act as building blocks for the construction of WSs have to be customised in particular ways to meet global application requirements before reuse. A component has to be customised because of for example, incompatibilities between the interfaces of components that need to communicate with one another; need for extra security features, or; blocking unneeded functionality. This paper presents abstractions of methods for WS compositions using Hoare's CSP process algebra. These methods enable customisations and reuse of existing components using a powerful technique known as "wrapping".

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Composition and Customization of Web Services Using Wrappers: A Formal Approach based on CSP
Event:32nd Annual IEEE Software Engineering Workshop
Location:Kassandra, GREECE
Dates:2008-10-15 - 2008-10-16
ISBN-13:978-0-7695-3617-0
DOI:10.1109/SEW.2008.27
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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