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A theoretical foundation of demand driven web services

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posted on 2014-03-01, 00:00 authored by Z Sun, John YearwoodJohn Yearwood
Web services are playing a pivotal role in business, management, governance, and society with the dramatic development of the Internet and the Web. However, many fundamental issues are still ignored to some extent. For example, what is the unified perspective to the state-of-the-art of Web services? What is the foundation of Demand-Driven Web Services (DDWS)? This chapter addresses these fundamental issues by examining the state-of-the-art of Web services and proposing a theoretical and technological foundation for demand-driven Web services with applications. This chapter also presents an extended Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), eSMACS SOA, and examines main players in this architecture. This chapter then classifies DDWS as government DDWS, organizational DDWS, enterprise DDWS, customer DDWS, and citizen DDWS, and looks at the corresponding Web services. Finally, this chapter examines the theoretical, technical foundations for DDWS with applications. The proposed approaches will facilitate research and development of Web services, mobile services, cloud services, and social services.

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Chapter number

18

Pagination

1-32

ISBN-13

9781466658851

Language

eng

Publication classification

B Book chapter, B1.1 Book chapter

Copyright notice

2014, IGI Global

Extent

19

Editor/Contributor(s)

Sun Z, Yearwood J

Publisher

IGI Global

Place of publication

Hershey, Pa.

Title of book

Handbook of research on demand-driven web services: theory, technologies, and applications

Series

Advances in Web Technologies and Engineering (AWTE)

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