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Conference Papers Year : 2002

Web-Services Coordination Model

Schahram Dustdar
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Abstract

Web-services are self-contained, self-describing modular applications and can be seen as a newly emerging distributed computing model for the Web. There are two types of web-services: atomic and composite. A composite Web-Service can be described as a directed process graph that composes other atomic or composite Web-Services. A graph defines the order of execution among the nodes in the process model. In this paper we first discuss the relevant research issues required for outlining a web-service coordination model and compare them to existing coordination models. Furthermore we provide an e-learning scenario where we experiment with a team-enabled workflow management system to enact workflow-based web-services.
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inria-00147550 , version 1 (18-05-2007)

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Karim Baïna, Schahram Dustdar. Web-Services Coordination Model. Second International Workshop on Cooperative Internet Computing, in cooperation with VLDB 2002 - CIC'2002, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2002, Hong Kong, China, 13 p. ⟨inria-00147550⟩
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