Efficient Matchmaking of Business Processes in Web Service Infrastructures

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BPEL Processes Matchmaking for Service Discovery

Seba, S. Lagraa, H. Tahraoui, H. Gater, D. Grigori, M. Bouzeghoub, : A graph-based approach for semantic process model discovery.

a service matchmaking prototype which uses a DAML-S and business process matchmaking. Then, a service discovery process finds out WF (or BPEL).

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Al-masri and Q. DOI : Aldred, M.

Composition – It links services into business processes and in a smaller amount on the received contributions to the service discovery topic focused on the available algorithms for service matchmaking, ranking and selection, both based on IR or people tasks as services in an SOA independently of WS-BPEL. Finally.

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A Survey of Web Services Provision

The problem addressed in this dissertation can be stated as follows: given as a query, a business process description within a Web service infrastructure, efficiently find business processes from a large repository that complementarily support the input query. In particular, the input business process enforces that some parts of the business process be mandatory. For example, a buyer organization using RosettaNet PIPs and the corresponding data dictionary might want to find suppliers that use the same RosettaNet standard that fulfill his business process.

In this case, for instance, a mandatory cancellation procedure of the processing would be executed after the order had been placed with the supplier. This means that a formal model is required to express business processes and to enable their querying.

Automatic Service Discovery Framework Based on Business Process Similarity. HUANG Zi-Cheng 1 HUAI Jin-Peng 1 LIU Xu-Dong 1 LI Xiang.

Automatic spelling correction using a trigram similarity measure. Matchmaking for business processes based on choreographies. Shen, Z. A prototype is presented which takes as input two BPEL models and evaluates the semantic distance between them; the prototype provides also the script of edit operations that can be used to alter the first model to render it identical with the second one.

Web services conversation modeling: Similarity-based web service matching. A lexical database for english. Shapiro, L. Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series LNCS, volume Abstract The capability to easily find useful services software applications, software components, scientific computations becomes increasingly critical in several fields.

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A Survey of Web Services Provision

Abdur-Rahman, J. Corrales, D. Grigori, M. Papazoglou, L.

Thesis Title: Behavioral matchmaking for service retrieval; Supervisor: Mokrane BOUZEGHOUB – Daniela Ranking BPEL Processes for Service Discovery.

The capability to easily find useful services software applications, software components, scientific computations becomes increasingly critical in several fields. Recent works have demonstrated that this approach is not sufficient to discover relevant components. In this paper we argue that, in many situations, the service discovery should be based on the specification of service behavior. The idea behind is to develop matching techniques that operate on behavior models and allow delivery of partial matches and evaluation of semantic distance between these matches and the user requirements.

Consequently, even if a service satisfying exactly the user requirements does not exist, the most similar ones will be retrieved and proposed for reuse by extension or modification. To do so, we reduce the problem of behavioral matching to a graph matching problem and we adapt existing algorithms for this purpose. A prototype is presented which takes as input two BPEL models and evaluates the semantic distance between them; the prototype provides also the script of edit operations that can be used to alter the first model to render it identical with the second one.

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BPEL Processes Matchmaking for Service Discovery

Shuying Wang, Miriam A. Capretz and Hany El Yamany. However, it is a. In order to discover the poten tial busin ess partners and Web Services, we. Specific ally, our app roach utilizes sem antic profiles to speci fy. Consequently, our methodology provides substantial.

a service matchmaking prototype which uses a DAML-S and business process matchmaking. Then, a service discovery process finds out WF (or BPEL).

To illustrate Web services provision and provide application requirements for the research issues that we focus on in this survey, we describe here a classic scenario — travel agency — in which a customer makes a plan for his trip through a travel agent. Suppose Bob wants to plan a trip with his family to celebrate his birthday. At first, he and his family come to an agreement that the scenic spot should be close to mountains and not be too hot, and they can go there directly by plane. Then, Bob sends a travel agent these requirements based on which candidate scenic spots can be searched.

After finding these scenic spots, the agent contacts a flight company to see whether enough tickets are available. If not, it notifies Bob the unfortunate result; otherwise, it tells Bob to select and confirm one scenic spot and corresponding flight tickets. As soon as Bob acknowledges the initial plan, the agent starts to confirm the expected flight. After that, it reserves hotel rooms nearby and tickets for the scenic spot.

Finally, Bob is informed of the plan details including flight tickets, scenic spot tickets, and hotel rooms.

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