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Mashup Model and Verification using Mashup Processing Network

Ehtesham Zahoor
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Olivier Perrin
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Claude Godart
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Mashups are defined to be lightweight Web applications aggregating data from different Web services, built using ad-hoc composition and being not concerned with long term stability and robustness. In this paper we present a pattern based approach, called Mashup Processing Network (MPN). The idea is based on Event Processing Network and is supposed to facilitate the creation, modeling and the verification of mashups. MPN provides a view of how different actors interact for the mashup development namely the producer, consumer, mashup processing agent and the communication channels. It also supports modeling transformations and validations of data and offers validation of both functional and non-functional requirements, such as reliable messaging and security, that are key issues within the enterprise context. We have enriched the model with a set of processing operations and categorize them into data composition, transformation and validation categories. These processing operations can be seen as a set of patterns for facilitating the mashup development process. MPN also paves a way for realizing Mashup Oriented Architecture where mashups along with services are used as building blocks for application development.


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inria-00336157 , version 1 (02-11-2008)


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Ehtesham Zahoor, Olivier Perrin, Claude Godart. Mashup Model and Verification using Mashup Processing Network. The 4th International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing - CollaborateCom 2008, Nov 2008, Orlando, FL, United States. ⟨inria-00336157⟩
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