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November 2015 Middleware '15: Proceedings of the 16th Annual Middleware Conference
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Despite suffering from inefficiency and flexibility limitations, the filter-based routing (FBR) algorithm is widely used in content-based publish/subscribe (pub/sub) systems. To address its limitations, we propose a dynamic destination-based routing algorithm called D-DBR, which decomposes pub/sub into two independent parts: Content-based matching and destination-based multicasting. D-DBR exhibits low event matching ...
Keywords: Destination-based Multicasting, Event Processing, Event, Content-based Publish/Subscribe, Routing

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November 2015 Internetware '15: Proceedings of the 7th Asia-Pacific Symposium on Internetware
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As an exchange foundation of cloud software services, the cloud marketplace plays an important role to promote the capability and creativity of cloud services. However, existing cloud marketplaces are usually based on online stores operated by some particular companies. Users are usually required to get involved in their particular ecosystems, ...
Keywords: pub/sub, Open cloud marketplace, service subscription

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December 2012 Journal of Systems and Software: Volume 85 Issue 12, December, 2012
Publisher: Elsevier Science Inc.
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Service-based systems operate in a very dynamic environment. To guarantee functional and non-functional objective at runtime, an adaptation mechanism is usually expected to monitor software changes, make appropriate decisions, and act accordingly. However, existing runtime monitoring solutions consider only the constraints on the sequence of messages exchanged between partner services ...
Keywords: Web services composition, Runtime monitoring, Temporal property

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October 2012 Internetware '12: Proceedings of the Fourth Asia-Pacific Symposium on Internetware
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In-memory data grid (IMDG) is a novel data processing middleware for Internetware. It provides higher scalability and performance compared with traditional rational database. However, because the data stored in IMDG must follow the key/value data model, new challenges have been proposed. One important aspect is that IMDG does not support ...
Keywords: data accessing, in-memory data grid (IMDG), key/value data model

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September 2011 RV'11: Proceedings of the Second international conference on Runtime verification
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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For service-based systems which are composed of multiple independent stakeholders, correctness cannot be ascertained statically. Continuous monitoring is required to assure that runtime behavior of the systems complies with specified properties. However, most existing work considers only the temporal constraints of messages exchanged between services, ignoring the actual data contents ...

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July 2011 ICWS '11: Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Web Services
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Runtime monitoring of Web service compositions has been widely acknowledged as a significant approach to understand and guarantee the quality of services. However, existing runtime monitoring solutions consider only the constraints on the sequence of messages exchanged between partner services and ignore the actual data contents inside the messages. As ...
Keywords: runtime monitoring, temporal properties, BPEL

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March 2011 WWW '11: Proceedings of the 20th international conference on World wide web
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In service-oriented architectures (SOA), independently developed Web services can be dynamically composed. However, the composition is prone to producing semantically conflicting interactions among the services. For example, in an interdepartmental business collaboration through Web services, the decision by the marketing department to clear out the inventory might be inconsistent with ...
Keywords: semantic conflict prevention, event processing, service composition, service interaction, publish/subscribe, service choreography

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March 2011 PERCOM '11: Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Context-aware applications automatically adapt their behavior according to environmental conditions, also known as contexts. However, in practice contexts are often inaccurate, noisy or even inconsistent (e.g., two RFID readers may report different numbers for the same set of goods processed). These kinds of problematic contexts may cause context-aware applications to ...

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November 2010 Internetware '10: Proceedings of the Second Asia-Pacific Symposium on Internetware
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The advent of Internet technology introduces a revolution to software application and development paradigms. Traditional software development and application patterns have been shifted to Internet-based service sharing and collaboration among partners all over the Internet. This imposes new challenges and complexity in the lifecycle of software development, deployment and maintenance. ...
Keywords: internetware, middleware, service

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July 2010 ICWS '10: Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Web Services
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Runtime monitoring of Web service compositions with WS-BPEL has been widely acknowledged as a significant approach to understand and guarantee the quality of services. However, most existing monitoring technologies only track patterns related to the execution of an individual process. As a result, the possible inconsistency failure caused by implicit ...
Keywords: WS-BPEL, Runtime monitoring, Aspect-oriented Programming

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February 2010 ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM): Volume 19 Issue 3, January 2010
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Pervasive computing environments typically change frequently in terms of available resources and their properties. Applications in pervasive computing use contexts to capture these changes and adapt their behaviors accordingly. However, contexts available to these applications may be abnormal or imprecise due to environmental noises. This may result in context inconsistencies, ...
Keywords: pervasive computing, validation, Constraints, performance

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January 2010 The smart internet: current research and future applications
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The service-oriented architecture (SOA) is an emerging software engineering paradigm for developing distributed enterprise applications. In this paradigm, Web services are encapsulated and published as black-box components accessible to service consumers following the principles of component-based design. This however restricts the flexibility and adaptability of Web services to react to ...

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January 2010 The smart internet: current research and future applications
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The service-oriented architecture (SOA) is an emerging software engineering paradigm for developing distributed enterprise applications. In this paradigm, Web services are encapsulated and published as black-box components accessible to service consumers following the principles of component-based design. This however restricts the flexibility and adaptability of Web services to react to ...

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October 2009 Internetware '09: Proceedings of the First Asia-Pacific Symposium on Internetware
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In context-ware computing paradigm, context-aware middleware plays a key role. The middleware collects and manipulates contexts from environments, providing context-aware applications well-defined interfaces to adapt their behaviors when environments change. However, some minor difference in the implementation of context-aware middleware may cause the same context-aware application behave differently. Such behavior ...
Keywords: behavior equivalence, middleware, replaceability, context-aware

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January 2009 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering: Volume 35 Issue 1, January 2009
Publisher: IEEE Press
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Atomicity is a highly desirable property for achieving application consistency in service compositions. To achieve atomicity, a service composition should satisfy the atomicity sphere, a structural criterion for the backend processes of involved services. Existing analysis techniques for atomicity sphere generally assume complete knowledge of all involved backend processes. Such ...
Keywords: Analysis, Specification, System integration and implementation, Analysis, Specification, Software and System Safety, System integration and implementation, Formal methods, Model checking, Validation, Formal methods, Software and System Safety, Validation, Model checking

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June 2008 ICDCS '08: Proceedings of the 2008 The 28th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Context-awareness allows pervasive applications to adapt to changeable computing environments. Contexts, the pieces of information that capture the characteristics of environments, are often error-prone and inconsistent due to noises. Various strategies have been proposed to enable automatic context inconsistency resolution. They are formulated on different assumptions that may not hold ...
Keywords: context inconsistency, context-awareness

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January 2008
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Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is an emerging software engineering paradigm for developing distributed applications in the Internet era. In this paradigm, web services from different organizations are composed to realize business goals. To safeguard application consistency in such an environment, atomicity is a desirable property for a service ...

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September 2007 ESEC-FSE '07: Proceedings of the the 6th joint meeting of the European software engineering conference and the ACM SIGSOFT symposium on The foundations of software engineering
Publisher: ACM
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Context-awareness is a capability that allows applications in pervasive computing to adapt themselves continuously to changing contexts of their environments. However, contexts from physical environments may be inconsistent. It affects the correctness of these applications. Existing resolution strategies for context inconsistency have diverse adverse impacts on the context awareness of ...
Keywords: pervasive computing, inconsistency resolution

19 published by ACM
September 2007 ESEC-FSE '07: Proceedings of the the 6th joint meeting of the European software engineering conference and the ACM SIGSOFT symposium on The foundations of software engineering
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Atomicity is a desirable property that safeguards application consistency for service compositions. A service composition exhibiting this property could either complete or cancel itself without any side effects. It is possible to achieve this property for a service composition by selecting suitable web services to form an atomicity sphere. However, ...
Keywords: implicit interaction, web services, behavior constraint, atomicity

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September 2007 ESEC-FSE companion '07: The 6th Joint Meeting on European software engineering conference and the ACM SIGSOFT symposium on the foundations of software engineering: companion papers
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Context-awareness is a capability that allows applications in pervasive computing to adapt themselves continuously to changing contexts of their environments. However, contexts from physical environments may be inconsistent. It affects the correctness of these applications. Existing resolution strategies for context inconsistency have diverse adverse impacts on the context-awareness of applications, ...
Keywords: pervasive computing, inconsistency resolution



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