This book constitutes the revised selected papers of the scientific satellite events that were held in conjunction with the 17th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, ICSOC 2019, held in Toulouse, France, in October 2019.
Author: Sami Yangui
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book constitutes the revised selected papers of the scientific satellite events that were held in conjunction with the 17th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, ICSOC 2019, held in Toulouse, France, in October 2019. The ICSOC 2019 workshop track consisted of five workshops on a wide range of topics that fall into the general area of service computing: - The 15th International Workshop on Engineering Service-Oriented Applications and Cloud Services (WESOACS). 4 papers over the 6 received submissions were accepted. - The 4th International Workshop on Adaptive Service-oriented and Cloud Applications (ASOCA). 2 papers over the 4 received submissions were accepted. Moreover, 2 invited papers were presented in this workshop. - The 4th International IoT Systems Provisioning & Management for Context-Aware Smart Cities (ISYCC). 3 papers over the 5 received submissions were accepted. Moreover, 3 invited papers were presented in this workshop. - The 1st edition of Towards Blockchain-Based Collaborative Enterprise (TBCE). It accepted 2 papers over the 3 received submissions. - The 1st edition of Smart daTa integRation And Processing on Service based environments (STRAPS). 3 papers over the 7 received submissions were accepted. An additional invited paper was presented in this workshop.
This book constitutes the revised selected papers of the scientific satellite events that were held in conjunction with the 16th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, ICSOC 2018, held in Hangzhou, China, in November 2018.
Author: Xiao Liu
This book constitutes the revised selected papers of the scientific satellite events that were held in conjunction with the 16th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, ICSOC 2018, held in Hangzhou, China, in November 2018. The ICSOC 2018 workshop track consisted of six workshops on a wide range of topics that fall into the general area of service computing. A special focus this year was on Internet of Things, Data Analytics, and Smart Services: First International Workshop on Data-Driven Business Services (DDBS)First International Workshop on Networked Learning Systems for Secured IoT Services and Its Applications (NLS4IoT)8th International Workshop on Context-Aware and IoT Services (CIoTS)Third International Workshop on Adaptive Service-oriented and Cloud Applications (ASOCA2018)Third International Workshop on IoT Systems for Context-aware Computing (ISyCC)First International Workshop on AI and Data Mining for Services (ADMS)
This book constitutes the revised selected papers of the scientific satellite events that were held in conjunction with the 15th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, ICSOC 2017, held in Málaga, Spain, in November 2017. The ICSOC 2017 workshop track consisted of three workshops on a wide range of topics that fall into the general area of service computing: ASOCA 2017: The Second Workshop on Adaptive Service-Oriented and Cloud Applications ISyCC 2016: The Second Workshop on IoT Systems Provisioning and Management in Cloud Computing WESOACS 2017: The 13th International Workshop on Engineering Service-Oriented Applications and Cloud Services
17th International Conference, ICSOC 2019, Toulouse, France, October 28–31, 2019 ... In: Service-Oriented Computing - ICSOC 2018 Workshops, Hangzhou, China, ...
Author: Sami Yangui
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, ICSOC 2019, held in Toulouse, France, in October 2019. The 28 full and 12 short papers presented together with 7 poster and 2 invited papers in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 181 submissions. The papers have been organized in the following topical sections: Service Engineering; Run-time Service Operations and Management; Services and Data; Services in the Cloud; Services on the Internet of Things; Services in Organizations, Business and Society; and Services at the Edge.
This book provides glimpses into contemporary research in information systems & technology, learning, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and security and how it applies to the real world, but the ideas presented also span the domains of telehealth, computer vision, the role and use of mobile devices, brain–computer interfaces, virtual reality, language and image processing and big data analytics and applications. Great research arises from asking pertinent research questions. This book reveals some of the authors’ “beautiful questions” and how they develop the subsequent “what if” and “how” questions, offering readers food for thought and whetting their appetite for further research by the same authors.
... Towards recovering the software architecture of microservice-based ... in services computing, in Service-Oriented Computing—ICSOC 2015 Workshops, ...
Author: Antonio Bucchiarone
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book describes in contributions by scientists and practitioners the development of scientific concepts, technologies, engineering techniques and tools for a service-based society. The focus is on microservices, i.e cohesive, independent processes deployed in isolation and equipped with dedicated memory persistence tools, which interact via messages. The book is structured in six parts. Part 1 “Opening” analyzes the new (and old) challenges including service design and specification, data integrity, and consistency management and provides the introductory information needed to successfully digest the remaining parts. Part 2 “Migration” discusses the issue of migration from monoliths to microservices and their loosely coupled architecture. Part 3 “Modeling” introduces a catalog and a taxonomy of the most common microservices anti-patterns and identifies common problems. It also explains the concept of RESTful conversations and presents insights from studying and developing two further modeling approaches. Next , Part 4 is dedicated to various aspects of “Development and Deployment”. Part 5 then covers “Applications” of microservices, presenting case studies from Industry 4.0, Netflix, and customized SaaS examples. Eventually, Part 6 focuses on “Education” and reports on experiences made in special programs, both at academic level as a master program course and for practitioners in an industrial training. As only a joint effort between academia and industry can lead to the release of modern paradigm-based programming languages, and subsequently to the deployment of robust and scalable software systems, the book mainly targets researchers in academia and industry who develop tools and applications for microservices.
In: Proceedings of the 2011 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, SAC '11, pp. ... In: Service-Oriented Computing – ICSOC 2014 Workshops: WESOA; SeMaPS, ...
Author: Nitin Agarwal
Category: Social Science
The contributors in this book share, exchange, and develop new concepts, ideas, principles, and methodologies in order to advance and deepen our understanding of social networks in the new generation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) enabled by Web 2.0, also referred to as social media, to help policy-making. This interdisciplinary work provides a platform for researchers, practitioners, and graduate students from sociology, behavioral science, computer science, psychology, cultural studies, information systems, operations research and communication to share, exchange, learn, and develop new concepts, ideas, principles, and methodologies. Emerging Research Challenges and Opportunities in Computational Social Network Analysis and Mining will be of interest to researchers, practitioners, and graduate students from the various disciplines listed above. The text facilitates the dissemination of investigations of the dynamics and structure of web based social networks. The book can be used as a reference text for advanced courses on Social Network Analysis, Sociology, Communication, Organization Theory, Cyber-anthropology, Cyber-diplomacy, and Information Technology and Justice.
Author: Management Association, Information ResourcesPublish On: 2019-12-06
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Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Publisher: IGI Global
Advancements in data science have created opportunities to sort, manage, and analyze large amounts of data more effectively and efficiently. Applying these new technologies to the healthcare industry, which has vast quantities of patient and medical data and is increasingly becoming more data-reliant, is crucial for refining medical practices and patient care. Data Analytics in Medicine: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is a vital reference source that examines practical applications of healthcare analytics for improved patient care, resource allocation, and medical performance, as well as for diagnosing, predicting, and identifying at-risk populations. Highlighting a range of topics such as data security and privacy, health informatics, and predictive analytics, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for doctors, hospital administrators, nurses, medical professionals, IT specialists, computer engineers, information technologists, biomedical engineers, data-processing specialists, healthcare practitioners, academicians, and researchers interested in current research on the connections between data analytics in the field of medicine.
C. E. Poeschel, Stuttgart Norta A, Gaaloul W, Gangadharan GR, Dam HK (eds) (2016) Service-Oriented Computing - ICSOC 2015 Workshops - WESOA, RMSOC, ISC, ...
Author: Mathias Weske
Business process management is usually treated from two different perspectives: business administration and computer science. While business administration professionals tend to consider information technology as a subordinate aspect in business process management for experts to handle, by contrast computer science professionals often consider business goals and organizational regulations as terms that do not deserve much thought but require the appropriate level of abstraction. Matthias Weske argues that all communities involved need to have a common understanding of the different aspects of business process management. To this end, he details the complete business process lifecycle from the modeling phase to process enactment and improvement, taking into account all different stakeholders involved. After starting with a presentation of general foundations and abstraction models, he explains concepts like process orchestrations and choreographies, as well as process properties and data dependencies. Finally, he presents both traditional and advanced business process management architectures, covering, for example, workflow management systems, service-oriented architectures, and data-driven approaches. In addition, he shows how standards like WfMC, SOAP, WSDL, and BPEL fit into the picture. This textbook is ideally suited for classes on business process management, information systems architecture, and workflow management. This 3rd edition contains a new chapter on business decision modelling, covering the Decision Model and Notation (DMN) standard; the chapter on process choreographies has been streamlined, and numerous clarifications have been fetched throughout the book. The accompanying website www.bpm-book.com contains further information and additional teaching material.
Web Service Substitution based on Preferences over Non-functional Attributes. ... Conference on Service-Oriented Computing (ICSOC), pages 452–466.
Author: Sajib Mistry
The authors introduce both the quantitative and qualitative economic models as optimization tools for the selection of long-term cloud service requests. The economic models fit almost intuitively in the way business is usually done and maximize the profit of a cloud provider for a long-term period. The authors propose a new multivariate Hidden Markov and Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (HMM-ARIMA) model to predict various patterns of runtime resource utilization. A heuristic-based Integer Linear Programming (ILP) optimization approach is developed to maximize the runtime resource utilization. It deploys a Dynamic Bayesian Network (DBN) to model the dynamic pricing and long-term operating cost. A new Hybrid Adaptive Genetic Algorithm (HAGA) is proposed that optimizes a non-linear profit function periodically to address the stochastic arrival of requests. Next, the authors explore the Temporal Conditional Preference Network (TempCP-Net) as the qualitative economic model to represent the high-level IaaS business strategies. The temporal qualitative preferences are indexed in a multidimensional k-d tree to efficiently compute the preference ranking at runtime. A three-dimensional Q-learning approach is developed to find an optimal qualitative composition using statistical analysis on historical request patterns. Finally, the authors propose a new multivariate approach to predict future Quality of Service (QoS) performances of peer service providers to efficiently configure a TempCP-Net. It discusses the experimental results and evaluates the efficiency of the proposed composition framework using Google Cluster data, real-world QoS data, and synthetic data. It also explores the significance of the proposed approach in creating an economically viable and stable cloud market. This book can be utilized as a useful reference to anyone who is interested in theory, practice, and application of economic models in cloud computing. This book will be an invaluable guide for small and medium entrepreneurs who have invested or plan to invest in cloud infrastructures and services. Overall, this book is suitable for a wide audience that includes students, researchers, and practitioners studying or working in service-oriented computing and cloud computing.
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Author: Yang Yang
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Technology & Engineering
THE ONE-STOP RESOURCE FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL OR ORGANIZATION CONSIDERING FOG COMPUTING Fog and Fogonomics is a comprehensive and technology-centric resource that highlights the system model, architectures, building blocks, and IEEE standards for fog computing platforms and solutions. The "fog" is defined as the multiple interconnected layers of computing along the continuum from cloud to endpoints such as user devices and things including racks or microcells in server closets, residential gateways, factory control systems, and more. The authors—noted experts on the topic—review business models and metrics that allow for the economic assessment of fog-based information communication technology (ICT) resources, especially mobile resources. The book contains a wide range of templates and formulas for calculating quality-of-service values. Comprehensive in scope, it covers topics including fog computing technologies and reference architecture, fog-related standards and markets, fog-enabled applications and services, fog economics (fogonomics), and strategy. This important resource: Offers a comprehensive text on fog computing Discusses pricing, service level agreements, service delivery, and consumption of fog computing Examines how fog has the potential to change the information and communication technology industry in the next decade Describes how fog enables new business models, strategies, and competitive differentiation, as with ecosystems of connected and smart digital products and services Includes case studies featuring integration of fog computing, communication, and networking systems Written for product and systems engineers and designers, as well as for faculty and students, Fog and Fogonomics is an essential book that explores the technological and economic issues associated with fog computing.
“ModelDriven Event Query Generation for Business Process Monitoring”. In: ServiceOriented Computing – ICSOC 2013 Workshops. 2013, pages 406–418. DOI: 10.
Author: Adriano, Christian
Publisher: Universitätsverlag Potsdam
Der Entwurf und die Realisierung dienstbasierender Architekturen wirft eine Vielzahl von Forschungsfragestellungen aus den Gebieten der Softwaretechnik, der Systemmodellierung und -analyse, sowie der Adaptierbarkeit und Integration von Applikationen auf. Komponentenorientierung und WebServices sind zwei Ansätze für den effizienten Entwurf und die Realisierung komplexer Web-basierender Systeme. Sie ermöglichen die Reaktion auf wechselnde Anforderungen ebenso, wie die Integration großer komplexer Softwaresysteme. Heute übliche Technologien, wie J2EE und .NET, sind de facto Standards für die Entwicklung großer verteilter Systeme. Die Evolution solcher Komponentensysteme führt über WebServices zu dienstbasierenden Architekturen. Dies manifestiert sich in einer Vielzahl von Industriestandards und Initiativen wie XML, WSDL, UDDI, SOAP. All diese Schritte führen letztlich zu einem neuen, vielversprechenden Paradigma für IT Systeme, nach dem komplexe Softwarelösungen durch die Integration vertraglich vereinbarter Software-Dienste aufgebaut werden sollen. "Service-Oriented Systems Engineering" repräsentiert die Symbiose bewährter Praktiken aus den Gebieten der Objektorientierung, der Komponentenprogrammierung, des verteilten Rechnen sowie der Geschäftsprozesse und berücksichtigt auch die Integration von Geschäftsanliegen und Informationstechnologien. Die Klausurtagung des Forschungskollegs "Service-oriented Systems Engineering" findet einmal jährlich statt und bietet allen Kollegiaten die Möglichkeit den Stand ihrer aktuellen Forschung darzulegen. Bedingt durch die Querschnittstruktur des Kollegs deckt dieser Bericht ein weites Spektrum aktueller Forschungsthemen ab. Dazu zählen unter anderem Human Computer Interaction and Computer Vision as Service; Service-oriented Geovisualization Systems; Algorithm Engineering for Service-oriented Systems; Modeling and Verification of Self-adaptive Service-oriented Systems; Tools and Methods for Software Engineering in Service-oriented Systems; Security Engineering of Service-based IT Systems; Service-oriented Information Systems; Evolutionary Transition of Enterprise Applications to Service Orientation; Operating System Abstractions for Service-oriented Computing; sowie Services Specification, Composition, and Enactment. Design and Implementation of service-oriented architectures imposes a huge number of research questions from the fields of software engineering, system analysis and modeling, adaptability, and application integration. Component orientation and web services are two approaches for design and realization of complex web-based system. Both approaches allow for dynamic application adaptation as well as integration of enterprise application. Commonly used technologies, such as J2EE and .NET, form de facto standards for the realization of complex distributed systems. Evolution of component systems has lead to web services and service-based architectures. This has been manifested in a multitude of industry standards and initiatives such as XML, WSDL UDDI, SOAP, etc. All these achievements lead to a new and promising paradigm in IT systems engineering which proposes to design complex software solutions as collaboration of contractually defined software services. Service-Oriented Systems Engineering represents a symbiosis of best practices in object-orientation, component-based development, distributed computing, and business process management. It provides integration of business and IT concerns. The annual Ph.D. Retreat of the Research School provides each member the opportunity to present his/her current state of their research and to give an outline of a prospective Ph.D. thesis. Due to the interdisciplinary structure of the research school, this technical report covers a wide range of topics. These include but are not limited to: Human Computer Interaction and Computer Vision as Service; Service-oriented Geovisualization Systems; Algorithm Engineering for Service-oriented Systems; Modeling and Verification of Self-adaptive Service-oriented Systems; Tools and Methods for Software Engineering in Service-oriented Systems; Security Engineering of Service-based IT Systems; Service-oriented Information Systems; Evolutionary Transition of Enterprise Applications to Service Orientation; Operating System Abstractions for Service-oriented Computing; and Services Specification, Composition, and Enactment.
OTM 2017 Conferences - Confederated International Conferences: CoopIS, C&TC, ... Service-Oriented Computing - 15th International Conference, ICSOC 2017, ...
Author: Giovanni Meroni
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book proposes a novel technique, named artifact-driven process monitoring, by which multi-party processes, involving non-automated activities, can be continuously and autonomously monitored. This technique exploits the Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm to make the physical objects, participating in a process, smart. Being equipped with sensors, a computing device, and a communication interface, such smart objects can then become self-aware of their own conditions and of the process they participate in, and exchange this information with the other smart objects and the involved organizations. To allow organizations to reuse preexisting process models, a method to instruct smart objects given Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) collaboration diagrams is also presented. The work constitutes a revised version of the PhD dissertation written by the author at the PhD School of Information Engineering of Politecnico di Milano, Italy. In 2019, the PhD dissertation won the “CAiSE PhD award”, granted to outstanding PhD theses in the field of Information Systems Engineering.
International Workshop, MMAS 2018, Stockholm, Sweden, July 14, 2018, ... 15 (2009) Huhns, M.N., Singh, M.P.: Service-oriented computing: key concepts and ...
Author: Donghui Lin
This book contains revised selected and invited papers presented at the International Workshop on Massively Multi-Agent Systems, MMAS 2018, held in Stockholm, Sweden, in July 2018. The 7 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in this volume. Also included are 3 post-workshop papers. The papers discuss enabling technologies, new architectures, promising applications, and challenges of massively multi-agent systems in the era of IoT. They are organized in the following topical sections: multi-agent systems and Internet of Things; architectures for massively multi-agent systems; and applications of massively multi-agent systems.
Information Survivability Workshop. ... ICSOC 05, 3rd International Conference On Service Oriented Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Author: Abassi, Ryma
Publisher: IGI Global
The recent rise of emerging networking technologies such as social networks, content centric networks, Internet of Things networks, etc, have attracted significant attention from academia as well as industry professionals looking to utilize these technologies for efficiency purposes. However, the allure of such networks and resultant storage of high volumes of data leads to increased security risks, including threats to information privacy. Artificial Intelligence and Security Challenges in Emerging Networks is an essential reference source that discusses applications of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data mining, as well as other tools and strategies to protect networks against security threats and solve security and privacy problems. Featuring research on topics such as encryption, neural networks, and system verification, this book is ideally designed for ITC procurement managers, IT consultants, systems and network integrators, infrastructure service providers, computer and software engineers, startup companies, academicians, researchers, managers, and students.
Confederated International Conferences: CoopIS, ODBASE, C&TC 2019, Rhodes, ... Reverse engineering reusable software components from object-oriented APIs.
Author: Hervé Panetto
Publisher: Springer Nature
This volume LNCS 11877 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Confederated International Conferences: Cooperative Information Systems, CoopIS 2019, Ontologies, Databases, and Applications of Semantics, ODBASE 2019, and Cloud and Trusted Computing, C&TC, held as part of OTM 2019 in October 2019 in Rhodes, Greece. The 38 full papers presented together with 8 short papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 156 submissions. The OTM program every year covers data and Web semantics, distributed objects, Web services, databases, informationsystems, enterprise workflow and collaboration, ubiquity, interoperability, mobility, grid and high-performance computing.